Three associates sued Morrison & Foerster on Monday alleging it discriminated against them and held them back in their careers after they became pregnant.
The women practicing in California allege they were denied work opportunities because of their gender, and that they were cut out of their practice groups following maternity leave.
They’re suing Morrison & Foerster on behalf of a putative class of female attorneys at the firm.
“At MoFo, the mommy track is a dead end,” the women allege in the complaint filed at the U.S. District Court for the the Northern District of California.
They are identified ...