Iron Workers District Council Of Southern Ohio & Vicinity Benefit Trust et al v. Recast Erectors, Inc. et al
||Recast Erectors, Inc. and Daniel Dawes
||Iron Workers District Council Of Southern Ohio & Vicinity Annuity Trust, Iron Workers District Council Of Southern Ohio & Vicinity Benefit Trust and Iron Workers District Council Of Southern Ohio & Vicinity Pension Trust
||February 4, 2013
||Ohio Southern District Court
||Timothy S. Black
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|June 20, 2013
CONDITIONAL ORDER OF DISMISSAL - The Court having been advised by the parties that this civil action has been settled and that only a final condition need be remedied to fully consummate the settlement; It is ORDERED that this action is hereby DISMI SSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE, provided that any of the parties may, upon good cause shown within 60 days, move to reopen the action if settlement is not fully consummated. The parties may timely move to substitute a judgment entry contemplated by the settl ement agreement. The Court expressly and explicitly retains jurisdiction to enforce the settlement agreement of the parties. The parties agree that, should the final settlement condition not be remedied within 60 days, good cause for reopening the case would exist. The parties may also jointly move the Court to extend the 60 day period should they deem such an extension appropriate. Signed by Judge Timothy S. Black on 6/20/2013. (mr1)
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