commission empowered to investigate claims of employment discrimination, the Department of Labor, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, or with any other local, state, or federal agency or court. Employee acknowledges and understands, however, that nothing in this Release shall prevent Employee from filing a charge of discrimination with the EEOC or a comparable state agency, but Employee agrees that should Employee obtain damages, or should the EEOC or any other third party obtain damages or other relief on Employees behalf, arising out of a claim concerning Employees employment with the Company, Employee will completely waive and forego the receipt of all such damages or other relief. Other than as authorized by the second sentence of this Section 2, Employee covenants and agrees not to file, commence, or initiate, whether directly or indirectly, any complaint or charge of any nature, whether related to employment discrimination or not, at any time hereafter against any of the Released Parties, and if any court, tribunal, or agency assumes or has assumed jurisdiction over any such complaint or charge, Employee shall promptly request in writing that the court, tribunal, or agency dismiss the matter. If Employee breaches this covenant not to sue, Employee hereby agrees to pay all of the reasonable costs and attorneys fees actually incurred by the Released Parties in defending against such claims, together with any further damages as may result, directly or indirectly, from that breach.
3. No Admission of Wrongdoing or Liability. It is understood and agreed that this Release is in compromise of all existing, potential, or disputed claims. Nothing contained in this Release will constitute, or be construed as or is intended to be, an admission or an acknowledgment by the Released Parties of any wrongdoing or liability, all such wrongdoing and liability being expressly denied.
5. Restrictive Covenants. Employee acknowledges that Employee has previously executed a Transition Agreement, which incorporates by reference in Section 6 thereof certain non-competition, non-solicitation, non-disclosure, and non-disparagement covenants, as well as covenants to return Company property; confidentiality and other acknowledgement provisions; and remedies for any breach of Section 6 of the Transition Agreement. Employee acknowledges and understands that the restrictive covenants included in Section 6 of the Transition Agreement survive the termination or expiration of the Transition Agreement and shall remain in full force and effect following the execution of this Release.
6. Disclosure. Employee acknowledges and warrants that Employee is not aware of, or that Employee has fully disclosed to the Company, in writing, any matters for which Employee was responsible or that came to Employees attention as an employee of the Company that might give rise to, evidence, or support any claim of illegal conduct, regulatory violation, unlawful discrimination, or other cause of action against the Company.
7. Company Property. Employee represents and covenants that Employee has returned, or will return to Company, upon Companys request and in no event any later than the July 31, 2020, all property of the Company, including but not limited to all keys to the Companys offices, all equipment of any type, all documents, client lists, vendor lists, sales data or sales materials, customer preferences, marketing materials, product cost information, written