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Wells Fargo faces wrongful-dismissal lawsuit

CBA SmartBrief | Sep 26, 2016

Former Wells Fargo bankers Alexander Polonsky and Brian Zaghi have sued the bank for wrongful dismissal related to cross-selling. The lawsuit, which requests class-action status, seeks at least $2.6 billion in damages. Bloomberg (09/23)


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