Verdicts & Settlements

Citizens Bank Wins Overtime Suit

Bell v. Citizens Financial Group Defense Verdict

, The Legal Intelligencer


Citizens Bank dodged a multimillion-dollar bullet when a federal jury in Pittsburgh agreed with its designation of assistant branch managers as salaried employees not eligible for overtime compensation under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

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  • aliceannbelmonteGates

    to date noting done regarding the Fraud of Citizens BANK of my Payments to PENN DOTS FRAUD with my Appeals and Abuses along with WACHOVIA Discriminations to my rights to employ or with the UC, WC or the EEOC.... or numerous offices by all their Frauds and tamperings of my Income credit and my rights as was with Citizens Bank tamperings and my online payments.

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