Humana Inc. is coughing up over $500,000, plus $250,000 in attorney fees, to a former employee who claimed the health care company unlawfully fired her when she became pregnant.

U.S. District Judge Freda Wolfson in New Jersey entered judgment Friday in favor of Kate Jenkins, who sued her former employer Senior Bridge Family Companies and its parent company, Humana, in October 2016. Jenkins’ lawsuit, which also named related companies as defendants, claimed her old workplace engaged in sex and pregnancy discrimination when she was fired in 2015.

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