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NYS Attorney General Eric Schneiderman at a press conference announcing a $13 Billion settlement with JP Morgan Chase. Nov. 19, 2013. NYS Attorney General Eric Schneiderman at a press conference announcing a $13 Billion settlement with JP Morgan Chase. Nov. 19, 2013. Photo credit: Rick Kopstein

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Monday announced his office has opened an investigation into the film studio co-founded by Harvey Weinstein to examine whether the company violated state civil rights laws, or New York City Human Rights Law.

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Josefa Velasquez

Josefa Velasquez is a regulatory and Court of Appeals reporter for the New York Law Journal based in Albany, N.Y. Contact Josefa Velasquez at jvelasquez@alm.com. Twitter: @j__velasquez

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