More than 350 current and former employees are seeking $6.5 billion in damages in a class-action lawsuit against Prudential Financial of Newark, the company disclosed in a recent financial report.
The employees accuse Prudential of conspiring with its law firm, Leeds Morelli & Brown, to limit the company’s liability in their employment discrimination cases. The charges include fraud and breach of contract.
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