In a class action filed this week, Jessica Denson and her attorneys argue that the NDA:
Prohibits extraordinarily broad categories of communications and actions that would otherwise be protected by the Constitution and multiple federal, state and local laws and regulations in favor of an extraordinarily broad group of persons and entities, including the Campaign, President Trump and members of President Trump’s family and the companies they own or with which they are involved.
That, in and of itself, is what an NDA exists to do. However, Denson claims, this specific NDA that employees and volunteers of the Trump campaign were forced to sign should be invalidated because it is vague, overreaching, “lacks a legitimate purpose,” and perhaps most importantly:
Violates federal, state and local public policy by allowing any Trump Person to impose grievous financial penalties on individuals in retaliation for such individuals’ assertion of their statutory rights as employees.
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