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What does GFFD stand for?

GFFD stands for Good Faith and Fair Dealing (legal contracts concept)

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4th 384, the California Supreme Court rejected an employee's lawsuit for breach of contract, breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and fraud in connection with his termination, ruling that: (1) At-will language in the employee's job offer confirmation letter unambiguously meant that he could be fired without cause; and (2) A clear and unambiguous at-will provision in a written employment contract, signed by the employee, cannot be overcome by evidence of a prior or contemporaneous implied-in-fact contract requiring good cause for termination.
The Superior Court jury also ruled Thursday that the baseball team did not violate a state law requiring good faith and fair dealing when it changed its name from the Anaheim Angels before last season.
In addition to asserting breach of distributorship contracts and territorial routes, and the termination of these, the dealers say the newspaper companies breached their duty of good faith and fair dealing in the performance of their duties under contracts, and that as a result, they were unjustly enriched.
and Fusion Capital Fund II, LLC and Fusion Capital Partners, LLC (Fusion), investment funds based in Chicago, with allegations of, among other things, Fusion's tortious interference with contract and Sutura's and Fusion's conspiracy to breach implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing.