“The worker may not make reduction comments about the employer, any of his senior managers or his employee, or otherwise denigrate him. Workers of the employer who are aware of this billing note may not make degrading comments about the worker. The parties agree that the confidentiality of this agreement and non-disparagements apply to all forms of social media, including Facebook and texting. However, the Supreme Court decided not to rule on whether, if the parties had made a mistake, Prattley could have reopened the settlement agreement on the basis of the error. The court said this raised “issues of some complexity” and that it had “some reservations” as to whether Prattley took the risk of an error because of the broad settlement clause. In this case, the parties had signed a settlement agreement, but had not asked a mediator to sign. A recent proceeding of the Court of Appeal has highlighted other difficulties in resolving it; This time, the important differences between private settlement agreements (which are signed only by the parties) and concordation agreements signed by a mediator from the Ministry of the Economy, Innovation and Employment (hereinafter “MBIE”) must be taken into account by the parties to labour disputes. Despite these advantages, it remains important for the parties to the dispute to take into account at an early stage of the comparison process both the form and the content of a proposed agreement. Before signing, an investment services mediator verifies whether the agreement complies with the law and that the parties understand that the transaction becomes final after signing. Therefore, if you have signed a settlement agreement with a non-disparaging clause, you should not say anything derogatory about a party involved in the case. This applies not only to the employer, but also to the worker. If either party objects to the other party, it is considered an offence within the meaning of section 149(4) of the Employment Relations Act, 2000, which provides that any person who breaches an agreed settlement period is required to pay a fine imposed by the Authority. . .