Former Royal Bank of Scotland Plc trader Ian Drysdale’s unfair dismissal lawsuit against the lender is continuing in a London court while judges deliberate on a verdict.
Bloomberg News erroneously reported that a final judgment had been issued in the case. The ruling was preliminary and was revoked in September.
Drysdale joined RBS in 2010 and was let go after the bank received fines of 217 million pounds ($327 million) by the U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority and $290 million by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission for its part in the foreign-exchange scandal. His case was the subject of a trial earlier this year.