In the first test of Uber’s newly announced policy to let sexual harassment and assault cases play out in public, a former Latina engineer sued the company claiming she faced discrimination based on her gender, ethnicity and disability.

Lawyers at Outten & Golden on Monday filed suit in San Francisco Superior Court on behalf of former Uber software engineer Ingrid Avendaño, who worked for the company from February 2014 to June 2017.

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