Woman fired by Denver law firm for being pregnant reaches $30,000 settlement
DENVER -- A Denver law firm has agreed to pay a woman $30,000 to settle a discrimination lawsuit after she was fired for being pregnant, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced Thursday. According to the lawsuit, the Bendinelli Law Firm hired a legal assistant in January 2017. After 10 days on the job, she told the law firm she was pregnant and she was fired the next day.