JPMorgan Chase & Co. subpoenaed documents from the Manhattan district attorney’s office about a possible complaint of sexual assault made against former executive Jes Staley, according to a court filing.
A federal judge on Friday ordered District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office to turn over records to JPMorgan as part of a lawsuit by a Jeffrey Epsteinvictim identified only as Jane Doe that accuses the bank of knowingly benefiting from its ties to the disgraced financier. JPMorgan is suing Staley to cover its liability in the case.
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In his order, US District Judge Jed Rakoff said JPMorgan’s ...