Claims that Bloomberg L.P. engages in pattern or practice of discrimination against pregnant women have been thrown out by a federal judge.

Southern District Judge Loretta Preska granted summary judgment for the financial services and media company yesterday, rejecting allegations by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and individual plaintiffs that Bloomberg engaged in a systematic practice of decreasing the pay, responsibility and other terms of employment for pregnant employees and women who became pregnant and took maternity leave.

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