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Woman plans to sue employer for Gary wrongful termination

Jul 22, 2008 | Personal Injury, Stewart & Stewart, Wrongful Termination


July 22, 2008

According to The Sun-Times News Group, an Indiana woman is seeking reinstatement to her job, back pay, and compensation for her Gary wrongful termination.

The woman plans on suing her former employer, Nalco, in a Gary wrongful termination case, after she was fired for taking time off to undergo infertility treatment. In the Gary wrongful termination case, the woman claims her being fired was an act of sexual discrimination.

The woman’s former employer claims that her case wasn’t an Indiana wrongful termination, and that she was fired as a part of the company’s reorganization plan. However, the woman claims a supervisor told her she was terminated because of her health condition.

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