First term of Prust's gardening leave ends

August 2007
Mortgage Strategy;8/13/2007, p7
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The article reports on the completion of the first part of financial executive John Prust's gardening leave from Lehman Brothers Inc. Prust has not been allowed to approach anyone at his old firm, Southern Pacific Mortgage Ltd., since he quit in February 2007. He can already be contacted despite the continuation of this restriction until May 2008.


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