Resignations, terminations and even a hiring took place at a rapid pace over the weekend for several lawyers caught up in the controversy emanating from Harvey Weinstein’s alleged actions in Hollywood and elsewhere.

The stage was set on Oct. 5 when The New York Times published a report claiming that Weinstein, an Academy Award-winning film producer, had for decades pursued sexual favors from young women who came in contact with him, hoping to advance their movie careers.

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