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FX Salesman Let Go Twice in a Year Wins $200,000 From BofA

  • Former BofA FX sales director wins appeal against bank
  • Lender fired him after saying he lied about his previous job
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A former sales director at Bank of America Corp. won a French employment lawsuit against the lender in a dispute over whether he lied about the fact he was dismissed by his previous employer, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Adrien Tutenuit, who worked in FX sales, was fired without cause and should be awarded about $200,000, judges at the Paris Court of Appeals said in an April 4 ruling.