A Chicago law firm has sued Sumitomo Bank of California, alleging that the $5.1 billion-asset bank is shortchanging shareholders in agreeing to be bought by Zions Bancorp.

The suit, filed last Tuesday by Krislov & Associates Ltd. in San Francisco Superior Court, alleges that the bank breached its fiduciary duty by agreeing to sell for an unusually low price.

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