Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
I always get stuck on this topic, which seems standard in these kinds of agreements: "...and for other good and valuable consideration herein
acknowledged as received,..." Where does the agreement specifiy any good and valuable consideration that was received?
This is designed to create an estoppel argument - so that people cannot later come back with the argument that is essentially: "I didn't get anything for this, so the release isn't binding".

If there is any benefit to the model (including publicity) that is probably enough.