With Bank of New York Mellon embroiled in the same kinds of multibillion-dollar litigation as every other bank these days, a pension dispute over a few million bucks might seem like small potatoes. But the seven-year-old suit that a former BNY banker named Matthew Stevenson is taking to trial this week in Manhattan is no ordinary pension case.
BNY Pension Case Calls Up Ghosts of Scandals Past
The Litigation Daily
January 15, 2013
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