A suit alleging a Trenton pork roll company fired its comptroller because of his flatulence drew widespread media coverage, but the plaintiff’s rarely-litigated cause of action was lost in all the attention.

Disability law experts said the plaintiff faces an uphill battle in her suit, which brings a claim for discrimination by association, alleging she suffered harassment from bosses over her husband’s health problems.

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