Defense of Health Insurance Provider against Claim of Severance Agreement Violation

Successfully negotiated a settlement in a lawsuit filed by a former executive officer against a national health insurance provider for breach of a severance agreement. The plaintiff claimed that the company had breached the severance agreement by disparaging her to multiple employers with whom she had applied for employment. A quickly drafted counter-complaint, alleging that the employee was in violation of the severance agreement and not the company, was provided to plaintiff’s counsel resulting in the immediate voluntary dismissal of the lawsuit with prejudice by the plaintiff.

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