Nondisclosure agreements are having a moment. And it’s not a particularly good one. 

Harvey Weinstein, now serving a 23-year prison sentence, used confidentiality contracts in an attempt to keep his sexual assault victims quiet. His case—and other similar cases—spurred #MeToo-related legislative proposals throughout the country to ban NDAs related to sexual assault, harassment and discrimination claims.

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