Owners of adjoining apartments mediated Doe’s civil harassment prevention action, reaching an agreement that provided, among other things, that the parties agree not to disparage one another.  This decision holds that read in light of the limited nature of the action and surrounding circumstances, the provision could not reasonably be read to ban Doe from saying negative things about Olson in a civil suit arising from the harassment that preceded her settled action.  Consequently, Doe’s Anti-SLAPP motion to strike Olson’s breach of contract cause of action which alleged Doe breached the mediated settlement agreement by suing Olson for sex discrimination and harassment should have been granted.