TD Bank claims in a suit filed in federal court in Newark that a competing institution illegally obtained its confidential files in hopes of poaching loan customers from the bank.

Kearny Federal Savings Bank of Fairfield, N.J., hired TD Bank loan officer Patrick DiSanto, then set up an email address that he used to transfer numerous tax returns, credit approvals and other documents from TD Bank customers to his next employer in the weeks before he resigned, the suit alleges.

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