Amid an avalanche of sexual harassment allegations that has turned upside down Hollywood, Washington, D.C., and nearly every hamlet in between, a high-powered law firm known for its Silicon Valley ties has teamed up with several other investors to back a new tool that seeks to turn the tide against workplace harassment.

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, which late last month installed a new female leader in corporate partner Katharine Martin, is helping to launch AllVoices, an online tool that seeks to make it easier for men and women to come forward and report instances of sexual misconduct in the workplace.

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