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Managers of law firms should have a better understanding of employment law than most small and midsize business leaders, but that doesn’t mean they always follow the advice they would give.

Law firms have been far from immune to claims of pregnancy discrimination over the years. And experts say women are becoming more aware of their rights than ever, so employers of all kinds should be more vigilant about providing a workplace in line with federal and local employment laws.

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Lizzy McLellan

Lizzy McLellan writes about the Pennsylvania legal community and the business of law at firms of all sizes. Contact her at lmclellan@alm.com. On Twitter: @LizzyMcLell

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