Peralta v. Suter, Jr. et al

Filing 23

ORDER: The parties have reached a settlement and submitted a proposed stipulation, asking the Court to dismiss the case with prejudice and to retain jurisdiction to enforce the terms and conditions of the settlement. Dkt. No. 22-1. The Court will not retain jurisdiction to enforce an agreement that is not publicly filed. If the parties would like this Court to retain jurisdiction to enforce the settlement, they shall publicly file the settlement agreement by October 28, 2020. Otherwise, the parties shall file an amended proposed stipulation, which does not include the reference to the Court's retention of jurisdiction. SO ORDERED. (Signed by Judge Lewis J. Liman on 10/14/2020) (va)

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Case 1:19-cv-03993-LJL-BCM Document 23 Filed 10/14/20 Page 1 of 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK ---------------------------------------------------------------------- X : FREDDY PERALTA, : : Plaintiff, : : -v: : ROBERT J. SUTER, JR. and QUALITY CARRIERS, : INC., : : Defendants. : : ---------------------------------------------------------------------- X 10/14/2020 19-cv-3993 (LJL) ORDER LEWIS J. LIMAN, United States District Judge: The parties have reached a settlement and submitted a proposed stipulation, asking the Court to dismiss the case with prejudice and to retain jurisdiction to enforce the terms and conditions of the settlement. Dkt. No. 22-1. The Court will not retain jurisdiction to enforce an agreement that is not publicly filed. If the parties would like this Court to retain jurisdiction to enforce the settlement, they shall publicly file the settlement agreement by October 28, 2020. Otherwise, the parties shall file an amended proposed stipulation, which does not include the reference to the Court’s retention of jurisdiction. SO ORDERED. Dated: October 14, 2020 New York, New York __________________________________ LEWIS J. LIMAN United States District Judge

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