...requesting that I never tell anyone what her clients did to me and that includes, law enforcement, government legal agencies, local legal agencies, other attorney's, employers among many other people on the long list?
While confidentiality provisions are commonplace in virtually all settlement agreements, it is atypical to include language prohibiting you from truthfully speaking with law enforcement or agency like the EEOC or NLRB. This could be unenforceable or unethical depending on the language.
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