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Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Without Prejudice. In Camilli v. Grimes, the Second Circuit held that a District Court properly exercised its discretion in allowing the plaintiff to dismiss her claim without prejudice, even though such an action would prevent the defendant from bringing a malicious prosecution action. The dismissal in this case would only allow the plaintiff to reassert her claims if the defendant brought an action against her. The decision can be found at the Second Circuit website.

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