My question involves restraining orders in the State of: California
Instead of going to trial over a Stalking Order, a settlement no-contact and confidentiality agreement was reached. Neither myself or the other party is to have any contact, or refer to each other directly or indirectly, or discuss the settlement.
It has come to my attention that the other party has been violating the settlement agreement, referring to me by name in postings on the internet, thereby committing a material breach of contract as written in the settlement agreement. This breach has occurred over 100 times since the agreement was reached. However, the stalking order has been dismissed for a little over a year now. The no-contact and confidentiality agreement is still in effect.
What kind of remedy may I seek against the person for not obeying the legal settlement agreement? There is no specific remedy defined in the legal document, other than declaring it a material breach of contract.
Can I sue in order to get back my attorney fees spent on obtaining the settlement? And would I be likely to win in court?
Are there any other remedies or actions I can take in order to stop the person from violating the settlement agreement?