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Gulliver Schools is a 501(c)(3) private, non-profit, independent, coeducational, nonsectarian day school with the mission of providing a superior, personalized college-preparatory education fostering well-rounded, successful, lifelong learners. Gulliver is com... more.
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Patrick Snay & Steve solomon Upper Head
Facebook post costs former school headmaster $80k - Lesperance Mendes
Patrick Snay, 69, worked as a headmaster at Gulliver Preparatory School.
When his 2010-2011 contract was not renewed, he filed a complaint alleging age discrimination. The parties entered into a settlement agreement, the terms of which included a confidentiality provision which provided that the existence and terms of the agreement were to be kept strictly confidential or a portion of the settlement proceeds ($80,000) would be disgorged. After signing the settlement agreement, Mr. Snay and his wife agreed to inform their daughter, Dana, that the case was settled and they were happy with the result. A few days later, the school notified Mr. Snay that he had breached the settlement agreement. Mr. Snay applied to enforce the agreement. He argued that he never told Dana that he had "won" the case, Dana did not plan to go to Europe that summer, and he had to tell his daughter something about the resolution of the complaint. The appellate court ruled that Mr. Snay had breached the confidentiality clause, so he was not entitled to payment of $80,000.
social media | ecreditdaily.com - Part 3
The Third District Court of Appeal tossed out an $80,000 discrimination settlement Wednesday between Gulliver Preparatory School in Miami-Dade county, and its former headmaster Patrick Snay.
The court ruled that Snay and his daughter breached the terms of a confidential agreement when the daughter bragged about the deal on Facebook.
DaughterÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Facebook post costs dadÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s $80,000 settlement deal
After her father, Patrick Snay, had reached an agreement where he would receive an $80,000 settlement and $10,000 in back pay from Guillver Preparatory School, a Miami girl wrote on Facebook that the school could "SUCK IT.
"Mama and Papa Snay won the case against Gulliver. Gulliver is now officially paying for my vacation to Europe this summer. SUCK IT." Patrick Snay, 69, had filed an age discrimination complaint against the school when his 2010-11 contract wasn't renewed and the two sides agreed to the settlement. ithin a few days, Gulliver Schools sent a letter to Snay's attorneys stating that Snay had broken a confidentiality agreement and that he would not be receiving the $80,000 settlement. The Third District Court of Appeal tossed out an $80,000 discrimination settlement between Gulliver Preparatory School and its former headmaster Patrick Snay, ruling the ex-employee and his daughter breached the terms of a confidential agreement when she took to social media to brag about it. "Snay violated the agreement by doing exactly what he had promised not to do,� Judge Linda Ann Wells wrote. œHis daughter then did precisely what the confidentiality agreement was designed to prevent.�
Why Are Confidentiality Provisions Important In Settlement Agreements? - Garg Golden Law Firm
The Third District Court of Appeal tossed out an $80,000 discrimination settlement Wednesday between Gulliver Preparatory School and its former headmaster Patrick Snay, ruling the ex-employee and his daughter breached the terms of a confidential agreement when she took to social media to brag about it.