As the separation of Xerox is underway, there are five lawsuits it has to cope with first.
The Oklahoma Firefighters Pension and Retirement System has filed a securities class action against Xerox and several of the company’s executives. The plaintiffs claim that the “Health Enterprise” service they bought from Xerox didn’t bring the expected “high profits” to them as it promised.
Linda Steil, a resident of Illinois has filed a class action lawsuit against Xerox Educations Services, LLC, d/b/a ACS Educational Services. In September, Steil received a letter from Xerox, asking her to pay a debt when she was attending Wesleyan University from 1988 to 1993. She stated that she had paid off the debt over ten years ago, complaining that the defendants attempt to collect delinquent debt owed to third parties.
A former employee of Xerox has filed a lawsuit against Xerox Business Services, LLC, and insurance company MetLife. George Balady became disabled in 2014 while he was working at Xerox, but Xerox denied his short-term and long-term disability benefits. He claimed that Xerox and MetLife had violated the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).
A former female sales representative of Xerox in Michigan has sued the company because she has “experienced a pattern of gender based discrimination at her workplace.” She claims that her direct supervisor has made gender discriminative comments about her and fired her dispute having met sales quotas.
Xerox has already received a female discriminative lawsuit filed by an African American female engineer from the company in October.
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