JPMorgan Traders Fired in Spoofing Probes Sue Bank in N.Y., U.K.

April 14, 2021, 2:45 PM

Ex-JPMorgan Chase & Co. traders who were fired in connection with recent U.S. Justice Department inquiries into market manipulation have a message for their former employers: give us our jobs back.

In separate lawsuits in London and New York, two of the bank’s former traders are saying they were unfairly dismissed and are asking to be reinstated. Both men had proximity to spoofing tactics that wound up being prosecuted by U.S. authorities but neither was charged. They both maintain they did not engage in the manipulative conduct themselves.

Bradley Jones, a former London cash equities trader, is arguing ...

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