MoFo Bias Accuser Pans Subpoena To Her New Firm

Law360 (September 10, 2019, 2:44 PM EDT) -- A female lawyer who claims Morrison & Foerster LLP sabotaged her efforts to find work after she accused the firm of putting pregnant women on a "mommy track" says MoFo's "wildly overbroad" subpoena for employment records from her new firm is a fishing expedition. 

Morrison & Foerster and a female lawyer who said the firm illegally fired her after she got pregnant clashed in a court filing Monday over MoFo's push to get records from the attorney's new firm. But MoFo argued in a joint letter brief the parties sent to California federal Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley on Monday that...

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