Bloomberg Law
April 27, 2020, 12:36 PM

Wake Up Call: Class Action Targets JPMorgan on Covid Relief Loans

Rick Mitchell
Rick Mitchell
Freelance Correspondent

In today’s column, more law firms announced Covid-19 austerity moves; a Brazilian aircraft maker is vowing to sue Boeing Co. after the U.S. giant abandoned their proposed $4.2 billion tie-up; Boeing is also combining its legal and compliance functions; Massachusetts said it will offer its own online bar exam in September, if Covid-19 makes it impossible to hold a traditional exam; Armstrong Teasdale launched an office in Salt Lake City, Utah; and a Washington judge okayed the FTC’s Facebook’s record $5 billion privacy settlement; Celgene’s former corporate transactions senior counsel joined Lowenstein Sandler.

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