Julie bishop speaks over protesters during a rally at the New York Stock Exchange in New York on Thursday December 16, 2013. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
Ricardo Rodriguez is the lawyer for Josephine Rodriguez, the woman who was jailed for protesting against the firm’s sexual hara골목ssment policy in 2012. She was denied bail but released later.
“While she was detained under that policy, the company failed 온라인바카라to provide the necessary information necessary to make her informed about the charges against her,” the statement said.
“The company failed to provide a signed agreement with the firm or that she could discuss the charges with the company before she was released on bail or she should receive written notice of her right to remain silent.”
Ricardo Rodriguez of San Francisco speaks during a rally at the New York Stock Exchange in New York on Thursday December 16, 2013. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
Rodriguez’s client was among more than 250 women arrested in Sa33 카지노n Francisco in 2012 and arrested by the San Francisco police department after protesting the firm’s refusal to hire female sex workers. She had refused to wear a condom to a meeting of its board and was not allowed to speak to her lawyers.
A federal judge in Washington, in 2011, ordered the firm to pay Rodriguez $1.25 million for her emotional distress. A federal appeals court in February ruled that the company should pay only $400,000 of the costs.
Rodriguez was released on bail after a judge decided the $300,000 fine for violating the sex-discrimination policy was too high. Her lawyer declined to comment.
Rodriguez’s ordeal is the latest case involving sexual harassment at corporate giants.