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Kokota v. State Street Corporation et al

1:17-cv-02250 | New York Southern District Court

STIPULATION OF VOLUNTARY DISMISSAL OF CLAIMS WITH PREJUDICE: IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED AND AGREED by and between the parties that the above-captioned action is hereby dismissed with prejudice against defendants State Street Corporation, State Street Global Markets, LLC, State Street Global Exchange (US), LLC, Currenex, Inc., Princeton Financial Systems, LLC, and Starpoint Solutions, LLC pursuant to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 4l(a)(l)(A)(ii). SO ORDERED. Starpoint Solutions, Inc., State Street Corporation, State Street Global Advisors Inc., State Street Global Exchange (US), LLC, State Street Global Markets LLC, Currenex, Inc. and Princeton Financial Systems, LLC terminated. (Signed by Judge Paul G. Gardephe on 6/10/2019) (jca) (Entered: 06/11/2019)

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Charles Joseph
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A: All this says is that the all parties in this action stipulated (agreed) that the case should be dismissed. That it was dismissed with prejudice means the plaintiff cannot refile this case. The reasons the parties agreed to dismiss the case could have been the result of a settlement and the settlement could have included some sort of payment to the plaintiff, but you cannot get those details from this order.

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