Former Harvey Weinstein assistant challenging parts of Toronto lawsuit

A lawyer for a former assistant to Harvey Weinstein is challenging parts of a lawsuit brought by a Toronto woman against his client and the disgraced Hollywood producer, arguing Monday that his client's alleged acts are subject to a statute of limitations that has expired.

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