PNC Bank Strikes Deal In Ex-Worker's Sex Assault Case

By Bill Wichert (July 15, 2020, 2:18 PM EDT) -- PNC Bank and a former employee have reached a settlement amid their competing bids for new trials in the ex-worker's New Jersey state lawsuit against the company alleging a customer assaulted her, ending a standoff over accusations the financial institution concealed surveillance video footage related to the purported attack.

The agreement comes less than two months after a state judge urged the parties to try to strike a deal near the end of a May 27 hearing on their motions over split jury verdicts earlier this year awarding former PNC Bank wealth manager Damara Scott $2.4 million in compensatory damages and...

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