A terminated employee filed a lawsuit against her employer, a large vitamin manufacturer, alleging pregnancy discrimination. Plaintiff claimed, among other things, that she was terminated from her position after telling her supervisor that she had become pregnant. We filed a motion for summary judgment and argued that there was no evidence that the employer knew that plaintiff was pregnant at the time of her termination. We were able to demonstrate that the decision concerning plaintiff’s termination had been made months prior to her disclosure to the supervisor. The Court agreed and dismissed plaintiff’s claim. The Court noted that the employer had proffered direct evidence that plaintiff’s termination was based on economic factors unrelated to her pregnancy.