The U.S Justice Department has weighed in on a long-running whistleblower lawsuit against Wells Fargo, in a move that could aid the two former employees that brought the case against the San Francisco-based bank.
The U.S Justice Department has weighed in on a long-running whistleblower lawsuit against Wells Fargo, in a move that could aid the two former employees that brought the case against the San Francisco-based bank. Richard B. Levine TNS
The U.S Justice Department has weighed in on a long-running whistleblower lawsuit against Wells Fargo, in a move that could aid the two former employees that brought the case against the San Francisco-based bank. Richard B. Levine TNS

After six-year fight, Wells Fargo whistleblowers may have gotten boost to their case

June 06, 2017 11:04 PM

UPDATED June 07, 2017 10:02 AM

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