How do you get your money back from an ex-employee?

A former manager at a tech company who claimed she was fired from her job after leaving her partner in 2013 says she’s now looking for a lawyer.

Molly Smith was fired in 2014 after telling the company she had broken up with her partner.

She says she was not terminated because she was a woman.

Smith says she asked for a severance package after being laid off in 2015.

The severance was never sent.

She was eventually fired in April 2017, two months after she had filed for bankruptcy protection.

She sued the company, claiming she was discriminated against, retaliated against and violated her constitutional rights.

Smith filed a class-action lawsuit in federal court in New York, claiming that she was retaliated at work and she was denied equal employment opportunities, violated her rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act and other laws.

The company, called Uber Technologies, denied the allegations.

The company said in a statement that it was committed to equal employment opportunity for all.

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