A former DLA Piper associate who claims the firm fired her for requesting maternity leave has taken her case to federal court.

Lawyers for Anisha Mehta, a former seventh-year IP and technology associate, argues she was terminated six days after asking for the time off and while she was six months pregnant—without any adverse performance reviews or previous criticism. On Tuesday, she filed a complaint in the Southern District of New York.

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