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Is Federal Protection For Pregnant Women On The Horizon?

The U.S. Supreme Court will decide this docket whether employers should be required to provide light duty work to pregnant women.

The case involves a claim by a former employee of UPS who had asked for light duty when she was pregnant as a result of lifting restrictions. States have adopted laws requiring employers to accommodate pregnant employees but the federal laws (Title VII and the Pregnancy Discrimination Act) do not expressly require it.

If you are pregnant, requested light duty and was denied, you should call the employment lawyers at Alan Lescht and Associates, P.C., to see if your rights under state laws have been violated.

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