More details have emerged about the charges against Georges Tron. One of the accusers registered her complaint with an association that deals with violence against women in the workplace last November, but she did not file charges until after the DSK affair. As I've said before, it would be interesting if the DSK case served as the catalyst for a change of sexual mores in France, making women aware that they have options if oppressed by their superiors and alerting men to the increased risk of aggressive behavior.
Another sign of change: on France2 last night, Christine Lagarde, listing her qualifications for the IMF job, mentioned her experience as "lawyer, CEO, minister, and ... woman." With a slight emphasis on the latter. I don't think she would have said that pre-DSK. She would have preferred to emphasize that she is "one of the boys," an international player of the highest order.