Review Settlement Agreement in Florida

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Service type
Review
Document type
Settlement Agreement
Location
Florida
Client type
Personal
Client industry
-
Deadline
Less than a week
Pricing Range
$300 - $785 (Flat fee)
Number of Bids
4 bids
Pages
1-5 pages

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Forum Questions About Settlement Agreement

Settlement Agreement

Wisconsin

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

Late payment of fees

Hello my name is Nezar, immigrant I left the last year 2020, the college always sends me letters in the mailbox and I always think that when I receive the mail every time they are wrong from the main office but I did not think that I will pay the fees, the delay because I dropped the courses late last year, the second semester and then I talked to them and they told me that I took the courses late after about a month and that I have to pay the late fee, and then I understood that the privacy policy is like this?

Sarah D.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

Dear Nezar, Most universities and technical colleges have a date by which you must drop a class without incurring the charges for the class--it's called a drop window. Usually that is a 2-4 week period. If you took classes and dropped them late in the semester, it was probably after the drop window for the school. I suggest reviewing the school's policy on dropping classes and trying to speak to someone in authority about negotiating a lower payment or explaining that you did not understand the drop window policy. If you need assistance in negotiating with the school, I am happy to write a letter or advocate on your behalf a settlement. Thanks, Attorney Sarah DeBruin, One Law Group SC, Green Bay, WI, sdebruin@onelawgroupsc.com and phone 920-330-9208.

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Settlement Agreement

California

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

When does a non-disparagement clause end?

8.2 Continuing Obligations of Contractor. The provisions of Sections 1.3, 1.4, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7.2, and 8 shall survive expiration or termination of this Agreement for any reason. 9. Additional Provisions. 9.1 Non-Disparagement. Both Parties agree that they shall not, directly or indirectly, engage in any conduct or make any statement, whether in commercial or noncommercial speech, disparaging or criticizing in any way of the other Party, or any of its affiliates or clients or any of their respective owners, officers, employees or agents or services offered by any of them, nor shall either Party engage in any other conduct or make any other statement whether in writing, verbally or on-line, that could be reasonably expected to impair the goodwill or reputation of the other Party or any of its affiliates or clients. 9.2 Non-Solicitation. During the term of this Agreement, and for a period of twelve (12) months following termination of this Agreement, Contractor shall not, without the prior written consent of Company, directly or indirectly solicit for employment, employ or otherwise engage the services of employees or individual consultants of the Company. This subsection shall not apply to general solicitations, public job postings, or newspaper advertisements for employment opportunities.

Joseph L.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

Since Section 9, Non-Disparagement, is not listed as one of the sections that "survives termination of this Agreement" it is arguable that once the Agreement terminates pursuant to the termination clause of the Agreement then the Non-Disparagement restriction will terminate as well. If no term is stated in a written agreement then presumably the restriction on disparaging that the parties agree to is not terminated, since the contract did not specify one, and therefore is a continuing obligation of both parties. Damages is another issue though. If the contract does not specify damages if one party breaches the agreement by disparaging the other, then what are the damages? Courts hate to guess at damages so the non-breaching party would have to prove "actual damages". If the non-breaching party cannot prove a loss of business or a lost contract with a client as a "direct result" of the disparaging comment, then the court will not guess at damages so the most the non-breaching party may hope to gain is an injunction against future disparaging comments and an order that such comments be removed from the internet, if that is where the comments appear.

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