dismissal without prejudice

dismissal without prejudice

n. see dismissal.

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After the parties stipulated to a voluntary dismissal without prejudice of all remaining claims, the district court entered a final judgment in favor of the defendants.
While a dismissal without prejudice would allow a mortgagee to bring another foreclosure action premised on the same default as long as the action was brought within five years of the default per section 95.
Some district courts have expanded the requirement of court or DOL approval to all private FLSA settlement agreements, including those contemplating dismissal without prejudice.
A warning, fine, suspension from work with reduced pay for a period not exceeding 10 days, forfeiture or deferment of a periodic increment, in establishments having an increment scheme, forfeiture or promotion, in establishments having a promotion scheme, dismissal without prejudice to severance pay, dismissal with forfeiture of severance pay (this penalty may only be imposed on the grounds specified in Article 120 of this law).
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Also, this settlement agreement includes a stipulation by the parties requesting dismissal without prejudice of the lawsuit filed by Horizon in the US District Court for the District of Delaware relating to the ANDA filed by Par with the US Food and Drug Administration for a generic version of DUEXIS (ibuprofen and famotidine) tablets.
The National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) and five pharmacy operators filed an amended lawsuit against the merger earlier this month, but the National Association of Chain Drug Stores and four other participants in the original suit filed notices of voluntary dismissal without prejudice.
The Expansive Definition: Non jurisdictional Dismissal without Prejudice
In addition, generally, a dismissal without prejudice is not a final appealable order, so long as a party may refile or amend a complaint.
Florida's criminal procedural rule on speedy trials should not be amended to allow for a dismissal without prejudice, according to the Criminal Procedure Rules Committee.
The seventh circuit first observed that dismissal without prejudice would have been the proper result if the district judge was correct in finding no jurisdiction.
The court noted that a dismissal without prejudice does not bar a plaintiff from filing suit again even if the period of limitations has expired