According to the docket posted, on January 12, 2001, the parties filed a stipulation of dismissal with prejudice. According to the stipulation, parties shall bear their own costs and attorneys' fees by the settlement agreement and mutual release between the parties dated 01/11/01 and that the court shall retain jurisdiction over the interpretation effectuation and implementation of the agreement until 12/31/01. The next day, the Court entered the Order signed by U.S. District Judge Gregory M. Sleet granting the stipulation of dismissal, and the case was closed.
The complaint charges CACI International Inc. and certain of its senior officers and directors with violations of Sections 14(a) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 14a-9 promulgated thereunder. Plaintiffs seek inter alia, equitable relief to enjoin defendants from soliciting proxies for the Company's Annual Shareholders' Meeting (the "Shareholders' Meeting") scheduled to be held on December 9, 1999, pursuant to, as the complaint alleges, a materially false and misleading Proxy Statement filed with the SEC on or about October 18, 1999, and the 14A Letter supplement or amendment to the Proxy Statement mailed to CACI shareholders on or about November 3, 1999 (collectively referred to as the "Proxy Statement"). In particular, the complaint alleges that on or about September 14, 1999, plaintiffs sent to CACI's secretary a notice of their intention to nominate eight persons to the Board of Directors of CACI at the forthcoming Shareholders' Meeting. . The complaint further alleges that on or about November 3, 1999, defendants caused the Company to mail the 14A Letter to CACI shareholders which included multiple misrepresentations and omissions concerning plaintiffs and their proposed slate of CACI directors.