Imc trader who interned in Apple stock has filed suit over $50,000 payout

The Imc Trader interned at Apple’s stock exchange in May 2010 and was paid $50 per month, but that was reduced to $25 a week after his contract expired in June.

Now, the former Apple intern has filed a lawsuit against Apple in federal court.

The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Imc-trader Adam Pazdek, was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on Friday.

Pazdsek claims that the Apple internship did not include any work on any of Apple’s products, and that his job duties were not related to any of the company’s other products.

Apple did not respond to a request for comment.

The complaint says that Paz dks interned on the exchange’s website until he left the Apple website on May 25, 2010, after a six-month internship with Apple.

Pazdks claim that he was offered a position on the Apple site but declined it because he wanted to focus on other things in his life.

Pavlich, who is also a lawyer, claims that he received the money he was owed for his time as an intern and is seeking an amount that will help him afford his medical bills.