Lawyer and professor teaching/researching re civil procedure, business associations, corporate governance, compliance, CSR, business and human rights, business ethics, nonprofits, and employment law. Former deputy general counsel and chief compliance and ethics officer advising and training on legal issues pertinent to a global, publicly-traded corporation. Certified NLP practitioner and executive coach in Hogan and DISC.
Expertise: Global Complliance, Corporate Governance, Business & Human Rights
In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault and harassment cases, many corporations are drafting Harvey Weinstein clauses. This is an attempt to manage their risk of large sexual-harassment settlements and public relations disasters. Miami Law Professor Marcia Narine Weldon reviews several examples of companies using Harvey Weinstein clauses to try and reduce their risk by making the other side represent that sexual-harassment claims will not be an issue.