It all started with a document that’s normally under wraps.

Discrimination charges filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission aren’t confidential. But they’re also not readily accessible to the public. Nonetheless, when now-suspended DLA Piper partner Vanina Guerrero decided to publicize sexual assault allegations against now-fired DLA Piper partner Louis Lehot, she and her lawyer did so in an open letter that appended her detailed EEOC claims against the firm.

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