In re Conduent Inc. Securities Litigation
Conduent Securities Litigation
Case No.: 2:19-cv-08237-SDW-AME


The deadline to submit a claim was May 19, 2023.

There are multiple ways to submit a claim, please review the options below.

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Electronic Filing

Electronic Claim submission is available to institutions filing on their own behalf or on behalf of others as well as to claim preparers filing on behalf of clients, or to individuals filing a large number of transactions who have requested or have been requested to file claims electronically.

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General Instructions for Claims Submissions

1. To recover as a member of the Class based on your claims in the class action entitled In re Conduent Inc. Sec. Litig., No. 19-cv-08237 (D.N.J.) (the “Action”), you must complete and sign the Proof of Claim and Release form (“Claim Form”). If you fail to submit a timely and properly addressed Claim Form, your claim may be rejected, and you may not receive any recovery from the Net Settlement Fund created in connection with the proposed Settlement. Submission of this Claim Form, however, does not assure that you will share in the proceeds of the Settlement of the Action.


In re Conduent Securities Litigation
c/o JND Legal Administration
P.O. Box 91353
Seattle, WA 98111

3. If you are a member of the Class and you do not timely request exclusion in response to the Notice dated February 21, 2023, you will be bound by and subject to the terms of any judgment entered in the Action, including the releases provided therein, WHETHER OR NOT YOU SUBMIT A CLAIM FORM OR RECEIVE A PAYMENT.

4. If you purchased Conduent common stock on the open market on a United States stock exchange from February 21, 2018 through November 6, 2018, both dates inclusive, (the “Class Period”) and held the stock in your name, you are the beneficial owner as well as the record owner. If, however, you purchased Conduent common stock during the Class Period through a third party, such as a brokerage firm, you are the beneficial owner and the third party is the record owner.

5. Use Part I of the form entitled “Claimant Identification” to identify each beneficial owner of Conduent common stock that forms the basis of the claim, as well as the owner of record if different. THIS CLAIM MUST BE FILED BY THE ACTUAL BENEFICIAL OWNERS OR THE LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE OF SUCH OWNERS.

6. All joint owners must sign the claim. Executors, administrators, guardians, conservators, legal representatives, and trustees must complete and sign the claim on behalf of persons represented by them and their authority must accompany the claim and their titles or capacities must be stated. The Social Security (or taxpayer identification) number and telephone number of the beneficial owner may be used in verifying the claim. Failure to provide the foregoing information could delay verification of your claim or result in rejection of the claim.

7. Use Part II of the form entitled “Schedule of Transactions in Conduent Common Stock” to supply all required details of your transaction(s) in Conduent common stock purchased on the open market on a United States stock exchange during the Class Period, whether the transactions resulted in a profit or a loss. When filing your claim by mail, if you need more space or additional schedules you may attach separate sheets giving all of the required information in substantially the same form. Sign and print or type your name on each additional sheet. Failure to report all transactions may result in the rejection of your claim.

8. The date of covering a “short sale” is deemed to be the date of purchase of Conduent common stock. The date of a “short sale” is deemed to be the date of sale.

9. Copies of broker confirmations or other documentation of your transactions must be submitted with your claim. Failure to provide this documentation could delay verification of your claim or result in rejection of your claim. THE PARTIES DO NOT HAVE INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR TRANSACTIONS IN CONDUENT COMMON STOCK.

10. NOTICE REGARDING ELECTRONIC FILES: Certain claimants with large numbers of transactions may request, or may be requested, to submit information regarding their transactions in electronic files. (This is different than the online claim portal on this website.) All such claimants MUST submit a manually signed paper Claim Form whether or not they also submit electronic copies. If you wish to submit your claim electronically, you must contact the Claims Administrator at 877-415-0639 or at to obtain the required file layout. No electronic files will be considered to have been properly submitted unless the Claims Administrator issues to the claimant a written acknowledgment of receipt and acceptance of electronically submitted data.

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In re Conduent Securities Litigation
c/o JND Legal Administration
PO Box 91353
Seattle, WA 98111