Jamie Lee Jones, the KBR employee who claimed she was raped in Iraq and subjected to a hostile work environment has been ordered to pay $145,000 in court costs to KBR.  See Houston Chronicle report.  Ms. Jones acquired some fame when she testified before Congress about the need for reform regarding employment arbitration agreements.

In my recent post, I talked about Jamie Leigh Jones losing her trial.  Ms. Jones became a hero to many when she successfully opposed and overturned the mandatory arbitration agreement she allegedly signed with KBR.  Since then, I now understand that Ms. Jones’ mother was called to testify and was cross-examined by the defense

 Jamie Leigh Jones, who claimed she was raped in Iraq when she served as a private contractor lost her case.  See news report.  She had sued her former employer, KBR.  A Houston jury rejected her claims of fraud and rape.  Ms. Jones acquired some fame when she testified in Congress opposing mandatory arbitration in

 Halliburton/KBR has dropped its petition for certiorari to the US Supreme Court in the Jamie Leigh Jones case.  See report.    Ms. Jones is the lady who was raped in Iraq by KBR co-workers.  She retutrned to the US to find that she had sgned an arbitration agreement which would have prevented most of