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Union Home Mortgage denies it illegally terminated pregnant worker’s employment

Ohio-based lender Union Home Mortgage denied sex discrimination claims made by a former employee whose employment was terminated while she was pregnant. The lender acknowledged employment termination but denied any unlawful conduct. 

Elizabeth Martin, a former loan officer assistant of UHM, filed suit against the lender alleging sex and/or pregnancy under the Missouri Human Rights Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act in the 16th judicial circuit court of Jackson County, Missouri early this year.

Martin claimed that she told her supervisor Robert Hastings, sales manager Josh Carr, and the lender’s human details ⇒

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