A female employee of Halliburton/KBR was gang raped by her co-workers in Baghdad and then locked in a shipping container when she attempted to report the crime. She was allowed to return home due to intervention by her US Representative, Ted Poe. However, due to a clause in her Halliburton/KBR contract, she was unable to face her rapists in court. The contract forced her to settle the matter out of court in arbitration.
Thankfully, Junior Senator Al Franken was paying attention! He proposed and has now passed Senate Amendment 2588 which prohibits government contractors from forcing employees to resolve legal matters in arbitration.
Senate Amendment 2588 passed on a vote of 68-30. Read the text here.