Eric Schneiderman filed the civil rights suit against the Weinstein Company, claiming it repeatedly broke NY law by failing to protect its employees from pervasive sexual harassment, intimidation and discrimination.
In the lawsuit, Eric Schneiderman says any future sale of The Weinstein Company must ensure that victims are compensated, future employees are protected, and that neither Harvey nor Bob Weinstein benefits from the sale.
Schneiderman's lawsuit alleges numerous instances of alleged harassment by Weinstein, including claims that multiple groups of Weinstein Company employees were responsible for facilitating Harvey's sexual encounters. He denies having non-consensual sex.
In December 2017 six women also filed a lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein and his former businesses in a proposed class action in the Southern District of NY. The standoff occurred because the Weinstein Company board rejected a settlement offer on Wednesday that potentially left them open to liability over sexual harassment claims against the company, according to an individual with knowledge of the talks.
Russia's emergencies ministry has confirmed the crash to local to media, although an official statement has not yet been released. Saratov Airlines mainly operates domestic flights in Russian Federation , with some services flying to Armenia and Georgia.
The BJP activists barged into the residence after attacking the security personnel, damaged flower pots and several two-wheelers. Patnaik condemning the attack, told the media, "It is shocking and that too from a national party".
She later went on to become the first woman to serve as the president of the Supreme Court Bar Association, The Dawn reported. She was again put under house arrest in November 2007 after the imposition of emergency rule in Pakistan .
In the study - 29 percent of those surveyed admitted to having trouble keeping their eyes open while driving in the past month. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, nine and a half percent of all crashes are caused by drowsy driving.
Mr Lopez says Bollinger "knelt down on the ground and that he knelt down along her left side and slightly in front of her". Lopez told police that he meant to meet up with Bollinger and convince her not to kill herself, the affidavit stated.
The Tigers were one of two SEC teams to earn a spot in the top 16: Tennessee was pegged as the No. 4 seed in the South region. The other three are Virginia (No. 1) on a neutral, Nevada (No. 15) on the road, and Alabama (No. 33) on the road.
Capital Asset Advisory Services LLC purchased a new stake in Gilead Sciences during the second quarter worth $875,000. (NYSE:C). The firm has "Hold" rating by Jefferies given on Friday, August 25. (NASDAQ: GILD ) on Tuesday, January 30 to "Buy" rating.
Besides, Pakistani troops also launched mortar shells in Khadi Karmara and Chakan Da Bagh forward areas in Poonch on Saturday. A Defence spokesperson said the Indian Army was retaliating strongly and effectively to the Pakistani firing and shelling.
Last Saturday, seven Turkish troops died in the worst single-day loss of the operation so far, with five killed in a tank attack. She called for an immediate end to the fighting, adding that the siege "means there is nowhere for them to escape".
Prime Now is a service that's available exclusively to Prime members, and it's free for them for orders $35 and up. Whole Foods and Amazon are testing a service that provides two-hour delivery directly from Whole Foods stores.
Senate votes to reopen government, passes budget deal
House Speaker Paul Ryan , R-Wis., urged Congress to avoid a "second needless shutdown in a matter of weeks - entirely needless". Federal funding for government services expired at midnight local time when the Senate missed a voting deadline.
Dead, 4 Injured in Grand Canyon Helicopter Crash
An NTSB report issued in 2004 blamed the pilot's decision to descend too fast and too close to the scenic Grand Wash Cliffs. On its website, Papillon Airways calls itself as "oldest Grand Canyon helicopter sightseeing company".
Oxfam vows shake-up after Haiti sex abuse
Oxfam has growing faced criticism over the way it handled the sexual misconduct claims against some staff in Haiti in 2011. She added: "If the moral leadership at the top of the organisation isn't there, then we cannot have you as a partner".
UK's Johnson presses Suu Kyi on Rohingya crisis
But the Nobel laureate has refused to change tack and is accused by critics of adopting a siege mentality. The news agency says they were arrested because of their investigation and called for their release.
Millennium man Gerard makes history with Olympic first
Canadian athletes came close , but failed to reach the podium on the first day medals were handed out in South Korea. Gerard's second run earned just a 57.11, but his finals status was all but confirmed after the first run.
OxyContin maker cuts sales staff, won't hawk drug to docs
Purdue Pharma pleaded guilty in 2007 to felony charges for false marketing of OxyContin and paid $635 million as a result. It later acknowledged that its promotions exaggerated the safety of the drug and minimized its risk for addiction.
Egyptian army kills 16 militants in Sinai operation
Schools in North Sinai have been closed until further notice starting Saturday as the army and police continue operations. This follows after the President of Egypt Abdul-Fattah Al-Sisi three-month period to suppress the Islamist insurgency.
Freezing Rain Expected to Hit Mississauga
Environment Canada's forecast said Toronto could also see between 2 cm to 4 cm of snow and ice pellets, along with freezing rain. Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become icy and slippery, the agency says.
Catastrophe star Rob Delaney's son dies of cancer at age 2
He had undergone surgery to remove the tumour early a year ago , but the cancer then returned and he passed away in January. The cancer returned in the fall of 2017, and Henry died in January, Delaney wrote in a Facebook post on Friday.