Full Disclosure Separation Agreement

It is in everyone`s interest that things are definitive and allow people to worry about a future challenge. [49] Whether a jurisdiction will actually intervene clearly depends on the circumstances of the particular case, including the extent of the erroneous disclosure and the extent to which it is established that it was intentionally committed. It will also depend on the extent to which the resulting negotiated terms derogate from the objectives of the relevant legislation. As Miglin confirmed, the lower the risk of reaching an agreement if an agreement is in line with legal objectives. . . .