Definition of with prejudice in English:

with prejudice

Law Extinguishing any right to pursue a claim in another suit: the suit was dismissed with prejudice
More example sentences
  • In case of the class-action suit, following the deal with the Commision, all claims were dismissed with prejudice on 12 June.
  • This determination obviously put it in good stead because the company's lawsuit has been dismissed with prejudice.
  • That lawsuit, which Henning intended as a class action, was dismissed twice, the second time with prejudice, for failing to adequately state a claim.
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