NYLJ “No Breach of Settlement Agreement Where Conduct Not Prohibited by Non-Disparagement Clause”
By Thomas E.L. Dewey Parties frequently use settlement agreements to restrict or prohibit potentially harmful conduct, such as disparagement. While non-disparagement provisions in settlement agreements are commonplace, the specific language used in such provisions is critically important, because it is the text of those provisions that determines which specific conduct is restricted or prohibited. In SA Luxury Expeditions v. Schleien, a tour operator who had entered into a se
Dewey Pegno & Kramarsky / Christine Kim joins the firm
We are pleased to announce that Christine Kim, formerly associated with Cahill Gordon & Reindel, has joined DPK as an associate. Christine's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and securities matters, as well as internal and government investigations. She is an alumnus of the University of Virginia and Cornell Law School, and is admitted to practice in New York. Click here to read more about Christine.