Wells Fargo Seeks Return Of Inadvertently Leaked Client Info
Law360, Los Angeles (July 24, 2017, 11:01 PM EDT) -- Wells Fargo Advisors LLC asked a New York state judge on Monday to prevent further dissemination of reams of client data inadvertently provided in a response to a subpoena, saying the release was a mistake and a former employee and his counsel should be forced to return it.
Former Wells Fargo Managing Director Gary Sinderbrand’s counsel received information that included “tens of thousands of clients’ personally identifying information” in a subpoena response in a New Jersey court action, according to a Saturday letter from his counsel Aaron Zeisler of Zeisler PLLC in a separate New York state court case. The information...
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