Washington Post, NZ Herald Quote RPJ Partner Nicole Page after Realscreen Summit 2018 Panel on #MeToo Movement

L to R: Laura Palumbo Johnson, Jenny Daly, Allison Page, Nicole Page, Gretchen Palek, Maggie Pisacane

On Monday, January 30, 2018, RPJ Partner and lead entertainment attorney Nicole Page moderated a panel at Realscreen Summit 2018 addressing the effect of the #MeToo movement on the nonfiction television industry. “Reality Check: After #MeToo, What Now?” brought together top women executives in the business to discuss how even though the nonfiction content community has largely been left out of the media narrative of sexual harassment, the problem still pervades all aspects of the industry. Ms. Page specifically emphasized that to create an environment without fear of retaliation for reporting incidents, there need to be women in leadership positions at all levels. Read more on the Realscreen panel here.

The panel was covered nationally and internationally in the Washington Post and New Zealand Herald.
Read the full Washington Post article here and the NZ Herald article here.

Nicole Page

Ms. Page practices in entertainment, employment and intellectual property law with the firm.