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How should demands be phrased in a settlement letter (to a

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How should demands be phrased in a settlement letter (to a company) where the threat for non-performance is a lawsuit and additional injunctive relief? The claims are well-founded (non-frivolous) and the facts are certainly a matter of dispute.
Submitted: 4 years ago.
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Expert:  INFOLAWYER replied 4 years ago.
Something to the effect that unless we are able to reach settlement on or before ________, I will be left without recourse but to seek judicial intervention along with such other and further relief under the law.

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