In this scenario listed below, can George sue XYZ, Fred, and or Gloria at anytime?
1. Release of XYZ, Fred and Gloria. In exchange for the payments and other consideration
set forth herein, except as provided hereinbefore, George, on behalf of himself, his heirs and assigns, hereby forever and unconditionally releases, discharges and acquits XYZ, Fred and Gloria and any of their agents, employees, officers, members, attorneys, successors and assigns and any person acting on any of their behalf from any and all suits, claims, costs, liabilities, damages, actions, expenses, attorneys’ fees and any other claim or cause of action
of any type or nature, whether now existing, known or unknown, whether liquidated or unliquidated, whether matured or unmatured, whether it be for damages of any kind, whether general, special or punitive in any action at law or equity or administrative that George, or any party acting on behalf of George, may have or may claim to have by reason of, in connection with, or in any way related to XYZ or the operation of XYZ or any of the Funds contributed by George. George further agrees that neither he nor any person claiming by or through him shall ever commence, join in, assist, cooperate or participate in any adverse way in any suit or other proceeding against XYZ, Fred or Gloria existing as of the date of this agreement.