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Disberry Sues Bank of New York For Sloppy Colgate Pension Process Leading to Theft

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Dec 8 – Paula Disberry worked for Colgate-Palmolive for eleven years, but then with a role for Bank of New York Mellon her ERISA pension benefits were stolen. She sued. 

On December 6, 2022, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Colleen McMahon held a proceeding. Inner City Press went and covered it.  

 Judge McMahon asked Disberry's lawyer why she was suing the Bank of New York. It appears that amid rapid fire requests to change and pay out the pension from people who stole the PIN from her mailbox, BONY never emailed or called Disberry to ask, Is this you?   

Questions arose about the requirement, or not, to exhaust administrative remedies.

Before turning to a sentencing in an illegal re-entry case, Judge McMahon promised the parties a ruling and that if she does not dismiss the case, four months for discovery.

The case is Disberry v. Employee Relations Committee of the Colgate-Palmolive Company et al., 22-cv-5778 (McMahon)


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