Weinstein Accusers Seek More Protections On Emails

Law360 (January 2, 2019, 8:20 PM EST) -- Women accusing former movie executive Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct on Wednesday asked a Delaware bankruptcy judge to put additional restrictions on how Weinstein might use emails from them currently held by The Weinstein Co.'s Chapter 11 estate.

In an objection, the accusers say that a protective order issued by a New York federal court would require Weinstein to let them review email communications produced in his former studio's bankruptcy before he could release them publicly. Weinstein has asked to use the documents to defend himself against their proposed class action, as well as other civil and criminal cases. 

The class plaintiffs...

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