Cullinan, who is a managing partner at the accounting firm, was spotted in Los Angeles on Thursday with his briefcase in hand as he walked through a parking lot. It comes just a day after revelations The Academy has decided to retain PwC for next year's Oscars, as long as several measures are put in place to prevent a similar mishap from happening. PwC accountants will now be banned from having their cellphones backstage during future Oscar telecasts after Cullinan was caught posting Twitter photos just before the mix-up. Scroll down for video PwC accountant Brian Cullinan has been pictured in Los Angeles for the first time since his now infamous Best Picture envelope blunder at last month's Oscars Cullinan, who is a managing partner at the accounting firm, was spotted in Los Angeles on Thursday with his briefcase in hand as he walked through a parking lot Film academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs sent an email to academy members Wednesday detailing the new protocols for announcing Oscar winners developed after the best-picture flub at last month's Academy Awards.
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She went on to work for two other banks, UBS and Credit Suisse, but was made redundant by both and now claims that PwC were to blame for sabotaging her future career prospects through its references and influence on her new employers. Miss Popa had lost previous tribunal claims of race discrimination, constructive unfair dismissal and wrongful dismissal against PwC in She had alleged that she was made to "feel like a prostitute" in her time at the firm's London and Chicago offices. She claims that a male colleague told her "Eastern Europeans are whores" and that she was known at work as "Mihaela and porn". Miss Popa, of Hampstead, north-west London, is now suing PwC at Central London Employment Tribunal for victimisation on the grounds of her previous race discrimination claim. PwC strenuously denies victimisation and says that Miss Popa, who has also sued UBS and Credit Suisse over her redundancies, is a "vexatious litigant".
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