A former White & Case senior legal assistant has accused the firm of pregnancy discrimination and claims it denied her wages and vacation pay following her February departure.

In a complaint filed in Manhattan state court Thursday, Hannah Kim, who started working in the firm’s restructuring group in 2013, alleges a pattern of harassment by her two supervisors on her return from maternity leave in 2016, as well as a string of inappropriate comments by the leader of the practice before she went on leave.

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