SALT LAKE CITY Utah The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a discrimination lawsuit Thursday against a Japanese restaurant for allegedly firing a new employee after learning she was pregnant. According to the EEOC suit filed in federal court here, Alison Woodbury was hired in February 2007 by Tepanyaki Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar in Clearfield, Utah. During her initial training, the lawsuit alleges that Tepanyaki officials discovered she was pregnant and fired ...
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