Don't take mother in law lightly

May 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);5/28/2013, p31
Trade Publication
The article presents author's opinion on the case of employee maternity discrimination at Travers Smith LLP in Great Britain. It mentions that Katie Tantum, employee was not offered permanent position and claimed unfair dismissal over her maternity. It focuses on the lack of awareness related to unlawful conduct and maternity leaves.


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