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Speaking of non-disparagement clauses…

You’ll sign one if you volunteer for Donald Trump. I read this tidbit from 538’s Significant Digits and thought, “Could this be the bridge too far?” in the non-disclosure/non-disparagement employment contract business? What do you think? 2,271 words If you … Continue reading

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An employment lawyer on non-disparagement clauses

The New York Times article I cited a few days ago evoked an excellent letter from Rita Tobin, an employment lawyer, on the subject. She points out, as I did not (didn’t think of it), that companies have always had … Continue reading

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Non-disparagement severance clauses are being disparaged

This article appeared in the Times earlier this week: Those who have lost jobs to foreigners on temporary visas, in particular, have begun to speak out despite their severance agreements with companies. Source: Laid-Off Americans, Required to Zip Lips on … Continue reading

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