PNC Accused Of Hiding Video Before Trial Over Sex Assault

Law360 (February 26, 2020, 7:43 PM EST) -- A former PNC Bank employee accused the financial institution Wednesday of hiding surveillance videos before split New Jersey state jury verdicts this month in her suit against the company over being attacked by a customer, saying the bank later provided footage that skipped the moment when the purported assault occurred.

After winning $2.4 million in compensatory damages but losing her bid for punitive damages, former PNC Bank wealth manager Damara Scott pointed to that evidence in seeking a new punitives trial, arguing that the bank acted with “malice and evil-mindedness” in concealing the material over several years, from the initial police...

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