An employment discrimination suit against Tidal, the artist-owned streaming music service led by rapper Jay-Z, survived a motion to dismiss, albeit substantially whittled down by U.S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain of the Southern District of New York.

Lisette Paulson sued Tidal, Jay-Z’s entertainment company Roc Nation, and a number of individual Tidal managers in 2016, claiming seven federal and state sex and pregnancy violations after being fired the previous year. Paulson claimed her sudden departure came the day after speaking with Tidal’s COO about the need for private space for the new mother to express breast milk.

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