The Connecticut Appellate Court has upheld a lower court’s ruling that an East Windsor-based dental firm did not fire an employee because of issues related to her pregnancy.

Ukti Phadnis, who worked as a dentist for Great Expressions Dental Centers of Connecticut for eight months, claimed her chronic tardiness was a pretext for unlawful discrimination based on her pregnancy. Phadnis also alleged her August 2012 firing was the result of retaliation for placing medical restrictions related to her pregnancy on her employment.

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