An attorney who quit her job after returning from maternity leave is suing her former law firm for allegedly cutting her salary while she was pregnant and for creating a “hostile environment.”

Jacquelyn Todaro, a former associate at Siegel Fenchel & Peddy, a tax certiorari boutique in Garden City, N.Y., claims she was discriminated against by the firm’s principals because she is a woman who became pregnant.

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