Nondisclosure, Non-disparagement, and Contract Law

Dave Hoffman

Dave Hoffman is the Murray Shusterman Professor of Transactional and Business Law at Temple Law School. He specializes in law and psychology, contracts, and quantitative analysis of civil procedure. He currently teaches contracts, civil procedure, corporations, and law and economics.

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2 Responses

  1. Daleia Felix says:

    The human being is in the most literal sense a political animal, not merely a gregarious animal, but an animal which can individuate itself only in the midst of society.
    Karl Marx

  2. A.J. Sutter says:

    Could the clause be unconscionably broad for more than the online reviews aspect? Wouldn’t filing a complaint in a malpractice lawsuit be interpreted as breaching this clause? And wouldn’t that be a sufficient policy argument against it? Even if the dentist had patients sign an arbitration agreement concerning disputes about care provided, mightn’t initiating an arbitration against the dentist also violate the clause? After all, until a final judgment or an award in patient’s favor, his or her claims are mere allegations that “cast aspersions” on the dentist.