Christopher Jordan, a former executive director and trader on JPMorgan’s precious metals desk, pushes for a judgment of acquittal in a spoofing lawsuit.
Gregg Smith and Michael Nowak move the Court for an order barring the government from its attempt to revise its versions of the offense conduct.
A federal jury convicted Christopher Jordan, a former trader at JPMorgan Chase and Credit Suisse, of fraud in connection with a spoofing scheme.
Former JPMorgan trader Christopher Jordan renews his Motion for a judgment of acquittal in a spoofing lawsuit.
A federal jury convicted two former precious metals traders at JPMorgan of fraud, attempted price manipulation, and spoofing.
As the trial of former JPMorgan traders accused of spoofing continues, Michael Nowak, Gregg Smith and Jeffrey Ruffo seek acquittal.
The Court has allowed to DOJ to introduce data on the compensation of former JPMorgan traders in spoofing trial.
The DOJ seeks to exclude a letter from Craig Donohue, former CEO of CME Group, from the trial of ex-JPMorgan traders accused of spoofing.
Former JPMorgan trader Gregg Smith argues against admitting the testimony of Armand Nakkab and Brian Wika.
The New York Southern District Court has issued a final judgment in a lawsuit accusing JPMorgan of spoofing the US treasury futures market.