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August 18, 2014

Credit Suisse Says VP Stole Secrets


"Credit Suisse says that in the absence of the relief it is seeking, 'Lu's improper conduct will lead to irreparable harm and damage to Credit Suisse's business and goodwill for which there is no adequate remedy at law. Lu's wrongful acts, if allowed to continue, will seriously compromise years of substantial investment and effort by Credit Suisse in competitive advantage in the market and the goodwill and relationships cultivated with its clients.'


It wants its files back, and call copies of them, by a date certain, and wants Lu ordered not to use any of the information in them, and damages for breach of contract. The investment bank is represented by Stephen Kramarsky with Dewey, Pegno & Kramarsky."


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