The SEC today charged J.P. Morgan Securities LLC, UBS Financial Services Inc., and TradeStation Securities, Inc.
As the trial of former JPMorgan traders accused of spoofing continues, Michael Nowak, Gregg Smith and Jeffrey Ruffo seek acquittal.
JPMorgan moves for judgment in its favor on the pleadings in lawsuit accusing Tesla Inc of breach of contract.
The Court has allowed to DOJ to introduce data on the compensation of former JPMorgan traders in spoofing trial.
HSBC, Barclays, JPMorgan Chase, NatWest Markets, UBS, BofA, and Citi push for summary judgment in their favor.
The New York Southern District Court has issued a final judgment in a lawsuit accusing JPMorgan of spoofing the US treasury futures market.
Judge nixes a motion to dismiss by former JPMorgan traders Gregg Smith, Michael Nowak, Christopher Jordan, and Jeffrey Ruffo.
The settlement provides for a $60 million cash payment to eligible Class Members impacted by JPMorgan’s manipulation.
To date JPMorgan and Tesla have not had meaningful settlement discussions in a lawsuit about Elon Musk’s tweets.
The settlement provides for a $15.7 million cash payment to eligible Class Members impacted by JPMorgan’s alleged market manipulation.