After a week where settlement talks over Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual misconduct have seemingly gained momentum, only to draw fire from some high-profile plaintiffs lawyers, attorneys in The Weinstein Co.’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy case are expected to meet next week in Delaware to argue a motion to liquidate the estate.

The hearing, scheduled for June 4 in a Wilmington courtroom, comes in response the debtor’s request that U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Mary F. Walrath convert the proceedings to a Chapter 7 case in an effort to finally wind down the estates and bring more than 14 months of bankruptcy litigation to a close.

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