Hi guys, There is an agreement in place between 2 parties that contains clauses that say either party cannot sue the other party over anything connected to the original dispute. The agreement was signed by both parties and ends a dispute that would have resulted in legal action. Question: If one party breaks a key term of the agreement, and the other party then claims a breach of contract and reinstates their right to sue on the original dispute, is the first party (the one that broke the agreement) able to also sue, or are they still bound to the agreement that says they cannot sue under commercial law? Due to the confidentiality clauses in the agreement, I need to be careful about how much is explained. Hope this question makes sense.