Deutsche Worker Says She Was Axed Over 'Mommy-Track' Suit

Law360, New York (September 19, 2012, 5:07 PM EDT) -- A former Deutsche Bank AG employee accusing the company of “mommy-tracking” female employees lodged an amended complaint in New York federal court Wednesday, alleging Deutsche Bank decided to terminate her in retaliation for her sex bias claims.

Kelley Voelker sued the bank a year ago in response to what she called systemic discrimination, claiming she was repeatedly refused promotions despite strong qualifications and had to deal with an atmosphere that was hostile and degrading toward women.

According to her second amended complaint filed Wednesday, Deutsche Bank...
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Case Title

Voelker v. Deutsche Bank AG


Case Number

1:11-cv-06362

Court

New York Southern

Nature of Suit

Civil Rights: Jobs

Judge

Valerie E. Caproni

Date Filed

September 12, 2011

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