A former in-house attorney at Goldman Sachs has filed to dismiss a suit that alleged she was fired by the investment firm for trying to bring information on sexual harassment to light. The case had previously been sent to arbitration.
On Thursday, Marla Crawford’s attorneys filed a stipulation of discontinuance with the New York Supreme Court. The stipulation notes the case has been dismissed with prejudice and each side will bear its own costs and attorney fees.
It is unclear from the docket whether the case has been settled.
Crawford’s attorneys, Doug Wigdor and David Gottlieb of Wigdor Law in New York, declined to comment on the case. Roberta Kaplan, of Kaplan Hecker & Fink in New York, who served as lead counsel for the defendants, did not respond to a request for comment.
Crawford filed the lawsuit in the New York Supreme Court in October 2020.
She claimed she had information about the global head of litigation, Darrell Cafasso, allegedly sexually harassing a junior employee in the legal department, but when she tried to report the information she had to internal investigators, she was shut down and later fired.