Preparing for the worst in business negotiations

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In the #MeToo era, entertainment companies are pushing for broad morality clauses in their employment contracts—and raising the larger question of how to manage risk in negotiation.
After dozens of accusations of sexual abuse and assault against film producer Harvey Weinstein launched the #MeToo movement, entertainment companies began incurring significant financial and reputational damage from alleged misbehavior

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