NEW YORK (AP) — A former employee is suing Deutsche Bank, saying he was unfairly fired for raising questions about problems with the bank's systems and charges that were erroneously slapped on customers.
Gary DeDilectis has filed the lawsuit against the bank in U.S. district court in Manhattan.
He says he was fired in January 2012. The bank has refused to give him a reason, he says, though he asked multiple times.
DeDilectis worked in operations at the bank.
The bank says it has found his claims to be without merit.