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Labor/Employment

Nov. 26, 1998

Tables Turned As Skip Miller Takes Stand for Defense

Louis R. "Skip" Miller testified Tuesday that he took seriously his pregnant law partner's requests for a reduced workload and adjusted her assignments - admitting, however, that he told others in the firm that she "dropped the ball" on a case after she was ordered to bed rest.

By Denise Levin
Daily Journal Staff Writer
        Louis R. "Skip" Miller testified Tuesday that he took seriously his pregnant law partner's requests for a reduced workload and adjusted her assignments - admitting, however, that he told others in the firm that she "dropped the ball" on a case after she was ordered to bed rest.
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