A lawyer for one of the Jane Doe plaintiffs pursuing claims that Morrison & Foerster discriminates against pregnant women and mothers contends the law firm is seeking to damage her client’s reputation by asking her new employer for personnel records.

Sanford Heisler Sharp’s Deborah Marcuse, who represents the plaintiff referred to as Jane Doe 4 in the lawsuit, is seeking to quash the subpoena MoFo served on her client’s new law firm, whose name is redacted from a copy of the subpoena filed with the court Monday. MoFo is seeking Jane Doe 4′s personnel file, including documents relating to her job performance, disciplinary record, compensation, and benefits, and any documents related to her recruitment and hiring at the new firm.

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