I have a feeling Mr. Nadler is going to be pretty tired. But, let’s see what this is all about. Continue reading
Yesterday’s post was all about the breadth of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA). We addressed a situation in which a plaintiff alleged that her employer fired her for seeking an abortion. The court concluded that, if true, the employer’s actions would have violated the PDA.
(The employer ultimately prevailed on the PDA claim because it had a non-discriminatory reason for firing the plaintiff.)
Today, let’s shift focus to accommodations under the PDA. Continue reading
A Louisiana woman claimed that, back in September 2017, she told her employer that she had become pregnant and that she was planning on having an abortion. The woman then alleged that, during her time off from work, the company violated the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) by firing her.
Let’s assume that the company did fire her for getting an abortion. Does that violate the PDA? Continue reading