Deutsche Bank Workers Say They Left Over 'Shady' Practices

Law360, Washington (May 29, 2014, 7:13 PM EDT) -- A pair of senior Deutsche Bank AG wealth management employees hit back at the bank's bid to stop them from joining rival HPM Partners LLC, saying in New York court Thursday that their move was forced by the bank's "shady" practices.

According to Lawrence Weissman and Benjamin A. Pace III, Deutsche Bank is wrongly seeking to force them to serve out their 90-day contractual notice period following their May 16 resignations, and to prevent them from offering their services to Deutsche Bank customers for 120 days after that period ends, despite the bank being the cause of their employment relationship breakdown....

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