Weinstein Co. files for bankruptcy -- what does it mean for the women suing it?

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The Weinstein Company filed for bankruptcy on Monday, and plans to sell its assets to an equity firm. The company fired its co-founder, Harvey Weinstein, in October when reports emerged of his widespread sexual misconduct. Now with the bankruptcy filing, the lawsuits women filed against the company are on hold, but the nondisclosure agreements that many were forced to sign are moot.


Kim Masters - editor-at-large of The Hollywood Reporter, and host of KCRW's “The Business.” - @kimmasters

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