A Sacramento lobbyist has sued law firm Wilke, Fleury, Hoffelt, Gould & Birney and its managing partner, alleging they fired her in retaliation for signing a widely circulated letter that called for an end to “systemic” sexual misconduct in California’s capital.

The letter, organized by the nonprofit We Said Enough and signed by more than 140 lobbyists, legislative staffers and lawmakers, complained of groping, sexualized comments and threats from men working in and around the Legislature. Alicia Lewis, hired by Wilke Fleury in December 2016, was the third person to sign the letter.

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