Monday, October 15, 2012

Even emplolyees don't like AUM and sue them.

The legal reporting site PACER shows a case out of the Northern District of Illinois where a top executive for AUM sued them for violations of the Federal Medical Leave Act and asked 600K. This went for a year and 8 months before it was 'settled'.  

The 4 page complaint is available at the end of this blog:

See PACER for the entire case:  Russ v. American Utility Management, Inc CASE #: 1:11-cv-00943 filed 2/10/11


If anyone has any information on court cases involving AUM please let me know where I can find them:


Just one more thing FYI:
If you have time take a look at this story from San Francisco about:

"The odd evictions at Parkmerced"
Suddenly, low-income tenants could lose homes over water, garbage fees. Guess who got hired as their utility billing firm? Yeah it is AUM, no wonder why the bills are so high, AUM just makes them up!