Farmington Hills company Systems USA and founder, Rajat Mohan, have concluded the RICO lawsuit against them without any finding or admission of liability.
Online PR News – 03-April-2018 – Farmington Hills, Michigan – Worldwide Distribution Systems USA (otherwise known as, Systems USA), a Michigan based company have concluded a lawsuit against them in the Michigan Eastern District Court, Case # :2014cv12609
The case had a negative effect on the business and future employees became skeptical upon referring to the lawsuit. The resolution of this case now leaves Systems USA and its team ready to move ahead with its recruitment ventures and more.
"Over the last couple of years our business was negatively impacted as a result of these allegations. Unfortunately, running any successful business includes the possibility of lawsuits. I am pleased with the court's ruling and am happy to concentrate on growing our company," said Rajat Mohan, Founder of Systems USA.
The Court agreed in large measure, with Systems USA's defense against the RICO allegations and denied the plaintiff's request for a judgment. The court also ended the class action.
"For me this feels like a personal victory. Prospective employees would constantly refer to the lawsuit and decline our job offers. I am excited to move forward and continue to recruit great talent for Systems USA," said Jessica Rodriguez, HR Manager, Systems USA.
With the conclusion of this case, the company, Rajat Mohan, Rahul Mohan, Romi Mohan and Jessica Rodriguez look forward to moving ahead.
About Systems USA
Systems USA is a provider of IT infrastructure and software development services to the federal government and Fortune 500 companies. The company is based in Farmington Hills, Michigan.