The legal and cultural impact of the #MeToo movement has taken many forms, but one interesting facet in particular was how it peeled back the curtain on how claims of sexual harassment are handled and settled by companies and counsel. Notably, it was common for these settlements, and the non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) that came with them, to draw the most ire in the public eye.Read more »
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