In 2015, Christopher Garvey was a top in-house lawyer at Morgan Stanley in Hong Kong, overseeing the bank’s merchant banking and real estate investment in Asia. His eyes were set on the next level: managing director.

Garvey would never get that chance. He is now pursuing a retaliation case against the investment bank, claiming he was pushed out after raising his concerns about alleged foreign bribery and securities regulations.

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