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Jeffrey R. Waxman, Counsel to the Alleged Victims of Harvey Weinstein, was Quoted in Law360, Bloomberg and Variety Magazine

During the hearing in Wilmington, Delaware, the Weinstein Co. lost its fight to keep Harvey Weinstein’s employment contract secret. That document shows that Harvey Weinstein's actions were facilitated by the company, Jeffrey Waxman, a Morris James partner and bankruptcy lawyer for the alleged victims, said in court. Click on the links below for the full articles.

Variety Magazine - Judge Orders Release of Harvey Weinstein’s Employment Contract

Law360Weinstein Co. Must Face Sexual Assault Victims' NY Suit

BloombergWeinstein Co. Must Face Sexual Harassment Suit, Judge Rules

Brett Fallon and Brenna Dolphin Author Article on Sanctions Published by the American Bankruptcy Institute

Posted In Articles, Bankruptcy

Let’s Ask for Sanctions! (But What Kind?)
Originally published by the American Bankruptcy Institute 2018.

Courts might issue sanctions pursuant to statute,rule of procedure or inherent power, but keep in mind the American Rule: Each party bears its own attorneys’ fees and litigation expenses, and attorneys’ fees are not ordinarily among the costs that a prevailing party might recover. Courts employ narrow exceptions when imposing sanctions, which might properly have a punitive aspect
and compensatory effect. This article will review 28 U.S.C. § 1927, Rule 9011 of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, the inherent-power doctrine and 11 U.S.C. § 105.  Read more.