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Posted on: May 14, 2019

From the ABA Journal:

The former general counsel of data analytics company ExlService Holdings has filed a lawsuit contending that she was marginalized, micromanaged and disrespected by the company’s overwhelmingly male leadership.

Former general counsel and executive vice president Nancy Saltzman alleges that Exl CEO Rohit Kapoor excluded her from career opportunities and gave her travel requests more scrutiny than that of other male employees. Other company executives instructed employees to withhold pertinent information and documents from Saltzman, impeding her ability to provide legal advice and undermining her authority, according to the $20 million lawsuit, filed recently in New York state court.

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