Scotia will have to reveal internal correspondence in gold fixing case, lawyer for plaintiffs says
By GCRU Gold News on Tuesday, October 11 2016, 22:08 - Permalink
Large global banks targeted in a lawsuit alleging price fixing in the gold market, including Canada’s Bank of Nova Scotia, will have to turn over internal emails and other correspondence spanning several years as the case moves ahead, says Daniel Brockett, the New York lawyer who is spearheading the U.S. lawsuit.
“They have to produce all the relevant emails and chat room instant messages, however they communicated with each other,”
“The ruling is a major victory for the plaintiffs because it upholds the core anti-trust claim against the five fixing banks, and the statutory commodity manipulation claim against the five fixing banks,”