A female executive has filed suit against Deutsche Bank claiming that she was discriminated against after she got pregnant and had a child.  Kelly Voelker, a VP for the bank, claims that she was "mommy-tracked" after she took maternity leave by having her big accounts reassigned to a male colleague, her bonus slashed and she was reassigned to a make-work, vague "marketing" job.  The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in New York, Voelker v. Deutsche Bank AG.

Source: Reuters

exington, Kentucky discrimination lawyer Robert Abell represents employees in discrimination and retaliation lawsuits; contact him at 859-254-7076.
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