Morgan Stanley has been sued by a group of shareholders alleging the company overpaid employees after accepting a Treasury bailout.

The complaint, filed Thursday in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan, said Morgan Stanley [MS] had “wasted” company assets and breached its duties to shareholders by setting aside 62% of net revenue for employee compensation.

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