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Three former employees of Goldman Sachs Japan are willing to take legal action if they don’t get their jobs back or the company doesn’t negotiate in good faith, a spokesman for the three said.

“They terminated our employment without cause and justification. They acted in bad faith, pretended to negotiate but did not really negotiate,” Timothy Langley, a supporter of the three, said in Tokyo at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan. Langley, who is not a attorney but has studied Japanese laws, is providing them with legal advice.

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