Jessica Crutcher, a litigation partner in Mayer Brown‘s Houston office, has chosen to publicly identify herself as the Big Law partner who sued Brennan’s of Houston for $20 million, alleging she was raped by a bartender formerly employed there.

Crutcher alleged in her suit that the rape and its aftermath caused “extreme emotional distress,” which interfered with her work as a lawyer. She was initially identified as Jane Doe in her petition filed in late January in state district court in Harris County, Texas.

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