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At SDNY On Harvey Weinstein Protective Order Judge Fox Asks What Is A Low Level Summary

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 8 – Despite the incarceration of Harvey Weinstein and the Coronavirus pandemic (and the death of Jeffrey Epstein), high profile #MeToo cases continue in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

   On May 9 Inner City Press covered a discovery or protective order proceeding in Wedil David's case against Weinstein and his companies.

     The complaint was initially filed in California in 2018; Weinstein and his companies like others removed it to SDNY. The complaint said, "Weinstein then used his massive weight to force himself on her" (Para 15).

  On May 9, SDNY Magistrate Judge Fox went through the 15-page proposed protective order paragraph by paragraph. He said, for example, "At paragraph 12, the phrase 'due and proper care' is vague, it needs to be reworked.... If you refer to high level summary, what is a low level summary?"

    Low level indeed. There are other even lower level #MeToo cases now in the SDNY to which Inner City Press will later return - or not. This case is David v. The Weinstein Company LCC et al., 18-cv-5414 (Abrams / Fox).


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