What Will Become Of Non-Disclosure Agreements After Weinstein Scandal?

October 22, 2017

According to a New York Times article published on October 5, 2017, employees of the Weinstein Company have agreements wherein they agree not to harm the company’s “business reputation” or “any employee’s personal reputation.” According to the article, employees who settled claims of sexual harassment against the company against the company and its co-founder, Harvey Weinstein, also signed agreements whereby they agreed to keep the claims and settlement confidential.  For years, these agreements kept the substance and number of harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein secret.

 

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