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Entertainment & Sports

May 21, 2024

Sexual harassment claims against Bryan Fuller, AMC headed to arbitration

The Ending Forced Arbitration Act did not apply to the arbitration agreement signed by plaintiff Samuel Wineman, a Los Angeles judge ruled.

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Claims of sexual harassment against AMC Networks and television producer Bryan Fuller will go to arbitration, a Los Angeles County judge ruled on Monday.

In a tentative ruling he ultimately adopted in full, Superior Court Judge Kerry Bensinger found that an arbitration agreement signed by plaintiff Samuel Wineman is not invalidated by the Ending Forced Arbitration Act, as Wineman's counsel claimed.

"Defendants counter that while Wineman filed his [California Civ...

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