The Harvey Weinstein Clause

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Join this episode of the Contract Teardown Show as we discuss the Harvey Weinstein Clause.

The Harvey Weinstein clause helps companies manage the risk of large sexual-harassment settlements and public relations disasters. Miami Law Professor Marcia Narine Weldon takes us through several examples of companies who reduced their risk by making the other side represent that sexual-harassment claims will not be an issue.

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