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3 more plaintiffs join class action against American Express alleging discrimination toward White employees

The lawyer for the class-action plaintiffs says his firm ‘has been inundated with calls’ from Amex employees

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By Jon Brown

FOXBusiness

Three more plaintiffs have joined a class-action lawsuit filed in August alleging that American Express subjected White employees to “racially discriminatory” policies that fostered a hostile work environment.

“Since the filing of this lawsuit my firm has been inundated with calls from former and current Amex employees from all around the country who read the allegations of the complaint and couldn’t believe how accurately they described their own experiences with the company,” attorney David Pivtorak told FOX Business.

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