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Defendants’ Attorneys Had Apparent Authority to Bind Defendants to the Open-Court Stipulated Settlement of $8,875,000; In Addition, Defendants Ratified the Stipulation by Failing to Timely Object to It

The First Department, in a full-fledged opinion by Justice Acosta, determined that defendants (the Infiniti defendants) were bound by an open-court stipulated settlement of $8,875,000 in this personal injury case. The attorneys had apparent authority to bind the defendants. And the defendants ratified the stipulation by failing to timely object to it. Pruss v. Infiniti of Manhattan, Inc., 2020 N.Y. Slip Op. 00229, First Dept 1-9-20

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