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Bankruptcy Entertainment and Sports Law Litigation

Impact on Accusers of Court-Approved Weinstein Co. Sale

A Delaware federal bankruptcy judge’s ruling in May approved the $310 million sale of The Weinstein Co.’s television and film assets to Dallas-based Lantern Capital Partners. The development was the latest blow to women who had hoped to recover against the company for abuses suffered at the hands of company co-founder Harvey Weinstein.

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A Delaware federal bankruptcy judge’s ruling in May approved the $310 million sale of The Weinstein Co.’s television and film assets to Dallas-based Lantern Capital Partners. Bankruptcy Judge Mary F. Walrath of the District of Delaware said she would sign off on the agreement during a scheduled hearing in Wilmington, allowing the embattled studio to emerge from bankruptcy under new leadership.

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