New York Arbitrators resolve on Trump’s Non-Disclosure Agreement with Former White House Aide “Unenforceable”
A New York arbitrator ruled Monday that former President Donald Trump’s nondisclosure agreement with his ex-White House aide Omarosa Onee Manigault Newman is “unenforceable.” T. Andrew Brown, one of the arbitrators awarding this dispute has stated that the terms of the agreement do not disclose that information “There is a huge problem” because the details can be analyzed that it does not comply with common legal standards and also added that It is an “ambiguous” and “indefinite” agreement, therefore it is void and unenforceable.
In a couple years, Trump filed an arbitration claim with the American Arbitration Association in New York City in 2018, alleging that Omarosa Onee Manigault Newman breached its 2016 confidentiality agreement. Andrew Brown also added that these agreements have a lifelong obligation to criticize Trump, his family and his business. which shows injustice towards others and prevent corruption if it occurs during the period of being the President for the past 4 years.
“The Agreement effectively imposes on [Manigault Newman] an obligation to never say anything remotely critical of Mr. Trump, his family or his or his family members’ businesses for the rest of her life,” Brown said in the ruling.
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