This case involves a wrong termination dispute at a large bank. The employee in question was granted 12 weeks of maternity leave at the end of the calendar year. In her absence, the company hired someone to perform her job in the interim. The employee suffered a particularly difficult pregnancy due to her past medical history of severe arthritis. When the employee returned in the new year, she had limited mobility but was still able to perform her job at the same caliber she had before taking maternity leave. Within a week of her return, the employee was notified that her job description had changed while she was away. According to her supervisor, the job description included a specific physical and functional capacity which she could no longer perform. As a result, she was terminated from her position. The employee who took her place noted that the job description he received did not include information on any specific physical and functional aspects. It was alleged that the company changed the job description after the employee’s return to push her out. An expert in computer forensics was sought to conduct a forensic analysis on the company’s intranet to determine when the job description was changed.