A group of 300 women across the entertainment industry and elsewhere have come together to fight allegations of systematic workplace sexual harassment in a new initiative dubbed Time’s Up.

Part of the initiative’s goals is the establishment of a legal defense fund to be spearheaded by Christina “Tina” Tchen, who joined Buckley Sandler in October after serving as chief of staff to former first lady Michelle Obama, and prominent former Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison litigator Roberta Kaplan, who hung her own shingle last summer. The defense fund will help individuals who have experienced sexual misconduct find legal representation.

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