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Yes, this is a claim you can bring at court and sue over. If this is happening and is related to your use of FMLA leave or benefits, you should contact a local employment lawyer.
Section 105 of the FMLA and section 825.220 of the FMLA regulations prohibit the following actions:
Examples of prohibited conduct include:
Any violations of the FMLA or the Department’s regulations constitute interfering with, restraining, or denying the exercise of rights provided by the FMLA.
See more: https://www.dol.gov/agencies/whd/fact-sheets/77b-fmla-protections