A federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit that a Bucks County real estate firm brought against Bank of America for failing to stop a more than $500,000 wire transfer that happened after one of the firm’s principals was hacked.

U.S. District Judge Harvey Bartle of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on Tuesday dismissed the lawsuit that O’Neill, Bragg & Staffin brought against Bank of America, finding that the firm failed to show that the banking institution breached any agreement, violated federal regulations or breached the Pennsylvania Commercial Code.

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