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$85 Million Lawsuit in the Works Against Weinstein Co.

Just days after a high-profile firing as the company attempts to clean house amid the Harvey Weinstein scandal, The Weinstein Co. is in the crosshairs of a lawsuit that will reportedly seek more than $85 million in damages. According to...

Weinstein Co. bidders to meet with New York attorney general to salvage deal

A team of investors is expected to meet with the New York Attorney General’s office as soon as Wednesday in a move to salvage their proposed purchase of the beleaguered Weinstein Co.’s assets, according to people familiar with the matter. Former U.S. Small Business Administration head Maria Contreras-Sweet...

Weinstein Co. Bidders Eyeing Sit Down With NY AG As Sale Stalls In Lawsuit

The saga of the sale of the struggling The Weinstein Company took another possible swipe at a solution as the leading bidders for the organization are seeking to cut a Gordian knot with the New York State Attorney General's office. While nothing seems set in stone yet, discussions over a Wednesday meeting between  Eric T. Show More Summary

Weinstein Co. seeks to dismiss class-action lawsuit, saying Weinstein was solely responsible for his action

Weinstein Co. sought to toss out a lawsuit by alleged victims of Harvey Weinstein, arguing that former colleagues were not aware of his “predatory” behavior toward actresses, assistants and models at the studio he co-founded. Attorneys for Weinstein Co. on Tuesday filed the motion to dismiss a...

Weinstein Co. Requests Class-Action Suit Dismissal, Says Harvey Acted Alone

The Weinstein Co. has formally responded to one of the class-action lawsuits facing the company, saying co-founder Harvey Weinstein acted alone and that in some instances the statute of limitations had run out on the claims. "Virtually all of the alleged conduct about which plaintiffs complain in the complaint was committed by H. Show More Summary

David Glasser's firing from Weinstein Co. caps a controversial career in Hollywood

They called him “the third brother.” For years, Weinstein Co. President David Glasser served as right-hand man to Harvey Weinstein, working as a peacemaker between the volatile movie mogul and his brother and partner, Bob. He oversaw the company’s operations and was key to the building of its television...

Weinstein Co. board fires president David Glasser ‘for cause’

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Weinstein Co. board fires president David Glasser ‘for cause’ Weinstein Co.’ s president and chief operating officer, David Glasser, has been fired “for cause,” the New York entertainment company’s board of directors said. Glasser came under fire this week after...

Weinstein Co. board fires president and COO David Glasser 'for cause'

Weinstein Co.’s president and chief operating officer, David Glasser, has been fired ‘for cause,’ the New York entertainment company’s board of directors said Friday night, in the latest twist for Harvey Weinstein’s beleaguered studio. Glasser came under fire this week after the New York attorney...

Agency Creatives Offer Their Own #MeToo-Era Takes on the Classic Valentine’s Day Card

In the four-plus months since the New York Times and The New Yorker broke news of sexual harassment and assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein, the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have led to a discernible shift in our larger conversations about sex, romance and relationships. The change has already had a direct impact on the ad...

N.Y. attorney general blasts proposed Weinstein Co. sale and 'complicit' management

New York Atty. Gen. Eric Schneiderman on Monday blasted the proposed sale of Harvey Weinstein’s studio to former Obama official Maria Contreras-Sweet, saying that the deal does not do enough to protect employees and compensate women who have accused Weinstein of sexual harassment and assault, and...

AG details abuse that sparked his suit against The Weinstein Co.

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New York’s attorney general doubled down on his lawsuit against The Weinstein Company Monday.

Legal action launched against Weinstein & Co by New York Attorney General

New York’s Attorney General has launched legal action against the disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein, along with his brother Bob and their production company. The lawsuit accuses Harvey Weinstein of repeated and persistent sexual harassment, and threatening employees with violence. Show More Summary

NY AG says Harvey Weinstein Co. covered up abuses

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New York's attorney general Eric Schneiderman says his office's four-month investigation of The Weinstein Co. found "a pervasive pattern" of sexual harassment, intimidation and abuse. (Feb. 12)        

New details revealed from probe into The Weinstein Co.

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Harvey Weinstein's company is under investigation by the New York attorney general's office

New York Attorney General Schneiderman Says “Pervasive Pattern Of Illegal Activity” Took Place At TWC

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman turned to social media this morning to accuse the Weinstein Co.’s executives of being complicit in Harvey Weinstein’s wrongdoing — and said any deal to sell the company must not reward those...Show More Summary

Civil Rights Lawsuit Derails Deal To Sell Off Weinstein Co.: Reports

A $500 million sale of the movie company was reportedly pulled on Sunday.

NY Attorney General Files Civil-Rights Lawsuit Against Weinstein Co.

In the first major legal action brought against the Weinstein Company and its one-time head, disgraced Hollywood studio exec Harvey Weinstein, by a state attorney general, New York's Eric Schneiderman has filed suit against Weinstein,...Show More Summary

Weinstein & Company Sued By New York AG For "Egregious Violations" Of Human Rights

The New York Attorney General's office filed a bombshell civil rights lawsuit on Sunday against Harvey Weinstein and the co-founders of the Weinstein Co. for "egregious violations of New York's civil rights, human rights and business...Show More Summary

NY state sues Weinstein and Co. for failing to protect staff

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New York state sued Harvey Weinstein, his brother and their production company on Sunday for failing to protect employees from years of his alleged sexual misconduct despite multiple complaints from staff. The lawsuit comes four months...Show More Summary

New York attorney general sues Weinstein Co. for civil rights 'violations,' throwing sale into question

A $500-million deal to sell Harvey Weinstein’s troubled old studio to former Obama administration official Maria Contreras-Sweet hit a major roadblock this weekend after the New York attorney general’s office expressed serious concerns about the sale. New York Atty. Gen. Eric Schneiderman on Sunday...

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