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Petition for Review of a Decision of the District of Columbia Department of Human Rights and Minority Business Development

Argued November 28, 2000

Petitioner Tappi Small filed a complaint with the former Department of Human Rights and Minority Business Development (“DHR”), *fn1 alleging that the Department of Corrections violated the District of Columbia Family and Medical Leave Act of 1990 (“FMLA”), D.C. Code �� 36-1301 et seq. (1997), when it terminated her employment while she was on maternity leave. After conducting a preliminary investigation, the DHR found no probable cause to believe that an FMLA violation had occurred, and dismissed the complaint. On Small’s motion for reconsideration, the Director of DHR affirmed that determination and formally notified Small that she might seek review in this court pursuant to D.C. Code �� 36-1309 (c) (1997) and 1-1510 (1999). Small filed a timely petition for review in accordance with that notification.

 
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