After Weinstein, NDAs Won't Go Away, but Companies Can Rethink Them
Lawyers agreed that NDAs likely won't be going away anytime soon in employment cases, but that there are reforms around the way these agreements are used that could help stop the next Harvey Weinstein.
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In the flood of work-related sexual harassment and assault allegations pouring out after women came forward with allegations against Harvey Weinstein, some have asked why victims of such abuses don’t speak out sooner.
Caroline covers the intersection of tech and law for Corporate Counsel. She's based in San Francisco.
The #metoo phenomenon is a cultural tidal wave and it’s only a matter of time before the ripple effects are felt in the everyday workplace outside of Hollywood and Capitol Hill.
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