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Uber concludes a lawsuit with a woman who accuses leaders of obtaining medical records after she was raped

Uber settled his lawsuit with a woman (Jane Doe) who accused her former CEO Travis Kalanick, president of Asian business Eric Alexander and vice president of the company Emil Michael. have gotten her medical records bad after being raped by an Uber driver in Delhi, India.

"A settlement has been reached and the Parties anticipate that the case will be dismissed on or about January 2018," the document says. The specific terms of the Regulation have not been disclosed in the filing.

In the lawsuit, Doe's lawyers said that "Uber executives raped her a second time by illegally obtaining and sharing her medical records of this vicious sexual assault and omitted, the date of this filing, to excuse driving. "

Doe had previously sued Uber in 2015 for negligence and fraud for failing to conduct a thorough background check on the driver. In this case, the driver was found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment.

In light of Doe's last trial, Uber dismissed Alexander in June. A few days after Alexander's dismissal, Michael also left the company after the board of directors agreed to adopt the recommendations of the Uber law firm in the light of A survey on internal culture.

I reached out to Uber and I will update this story if I hear it.

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