Erica Herman’s legal cases against Tiger Woods boils down to her strategic use of publicity against her ex-beau. As Ted Spaulding, personal injury attorney and founder of the Atlanta-based firm, Spaulding Injury Law, told Nicki Swift exclusively, Herman is counting on
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Woods’ aversion to negative media attention. Regarding her $30 million lawsuit, Spaulding attributed the large sum to the fact that “it is a claim over a five-year span to living arrangements in a home that is worth at least $100 million.” He also emphasized the significance of Herman filing “in open court instead of using the arbitration clause.” Spaulding believed that Woods would likely settle with her. “Tiger will not want the publicity,” the attorney said.
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As for her request to void the non-disclosure agreement (NDA) on the grounds of alleged sexual assault and/or harassment, Spaulding also believes Herman has leverage. While it might be difficult for Herman to prove sexual assault or harassment from Tiger per Florida law, there could be “a jury question simply on whether the NDA is enforceable or not,” according to the attorney. In that case, Spaulding shared, The dirty laundry about potential assault and harassment will be aired in public. Does Tiger want to go through all of that?”
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