nondisparagement clause

Definition of "nondisparagement clause"
  1. A part of a contract that necessitates one or more involved parties to abstain from making harmful remarks against others, typically found in dispute resolution settlements
How to use "nondisparagement clause" in a sentence
  1. The company insisted on a nondisparagement clause to guard its reputation.
  2. She agreed to a nondisparagement clause before resolving the disagreement.
  3. The employee signed a nondisparagement clause as part of the severance package.

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