Female GC Told To Serve Men Cake, $20M Bias Suit Says

By Vin Gurrieri (April 29, 2019, 2:54 PM EDT) -- A veteran attorney who recently served as ExlService Holdings Inc.'s general counsel was asked to serve male subordinates cake and ultimately ousted for complaining about gender bias, she alleged in a $20 million lawsuit filed Monday.

Plaintiff Nancy Saltzman, who worked for the data analytics and outsourcing provider as general counsel and chief compliance officer from 2014 until she was fired in mid-2018, accused ExlService Holdings and several top executives of violating the New York City Human Rights Law.

Saltzman alleged that throughout her tenure Exl CEO Rohit Kapoor, along with other men on the company's executive committee, "treated [her] as...

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