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Thursday, June 02, 2016


Connor Gants

These anti-disparagement clause cases are fascinating. Thank you for your important work in this area.

I hope it won't be necessary, but also consider how Prestigious Pet's arguments about the scope of the contract might plead them right out of court. They alleged in paragraph 2 that the agreement is "regarding the care of the two dogs," and that "the Agreement did not mention fish care." Accordingly, I don't see how the anti-disparagement clause could reach extra-contractual services.

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