Deutsche Bank Hit With Fired Director's Gender Bias Suit

Law360, New York (January 30, 2013, 6:06 PM EST) -- A former Deutsche Bank AG global transaction group director sued the financial giant on Monday in New York state court, claiming the bank fired her in retaliation for complaints she made about gender discrimination and sexual harassment.

Plaintiff Yosefa Shliselberg of Forest Hills, N.Y., whose suit says she was on track to be promoted to managing director, claims her career was derailed when the bank fired her a month after she made a complaint — and just 12 days after it concluded its investigation into her...
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