Oh by the way... their Complex Litigation attorney's in Phili. that they hired have contacted me multiple times and requested a court appointed mediator to settle the matter, however if it does NOT go to trial, then there is NO caselaw changed/defined for the situation, and women would be still left to be discriminated against when they would need accommodations the most to obtain Infertility treatments. I was bothered by the fact that there are more laws in place to define a "woman's right to get an abortion" = case from 1973; "roe vs wade", but NOTHING for a woman's right to seek infertility treatments !!! the partial caselaw is from about 7-8 years ago; which is "Hall vs Nalco". You should review all of these "law school reviews about the matter":Please Google these PDF's by the Law school's:Indiana Law Review: DEFINING DISPARATE TREATMENT UNDER THE
PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION ACT: HALL V. NALCO CO.,
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU ARE IN A CLASS OF YOUR OWN
E. ASHLEY PAYNTER*and also:
Harvard Law Review:
RECENT CASESEMPLOYMENT LAW
— TITLE VII — SEVENTH CIRCUIT ALLOWS
EMPLOYEE TERMINATED FOR UNDERGOING IN VITRO FERTILIZATION
TO BRING SEX DISCRIMINATION
CLAIM. — Hall v.
Nalco Co., 534 F.3d 644 (7th Cir. 2008).and also:
Colorado Law Review = COURTS’ STRUGGLE WITH INFERTILITY:
THE IMPACT OF HALL V. NALCO ON
KERRY VAN DER BURCH* - My circumstance!!! could help all women now & in the future, PLEASE HELP!