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As reported by The Wall Street Journal, CS Disco, a legal software company, is facing heightened scrutiny of its culture following the abrupt departure of CEO Kiwi Camara in September this year, amid accusations that he sexually assaulted an employee.

Current and former employees say that CS Disco has an unhealthy culture where leadership, including Camara, failed to acknowledge conduct complaints or to take adequate corrective measures. The concerns raised by employees extend to the firm's treatment of its clients, with claims that CS Disco did not consistently inform customers of billing problems or necessary software fixes.

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