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Jamie Dimon Has Been Juggling Too Many Criminal Balls in the Air; One Just Landed with a Bang in Judge Jed Rakoff’s Court

Courtesy of Pam Martens

Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase

Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO, JPMorgan Chase

We can tell you with some confidence what Jamie Dimon, the Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, is going to be doing at 11:00 a.m. this morning. He’s going to be listening to a teleconference in a federal court case titled Shaquala Williams v JPMorgan Chase & Co. That’s because the outcome of that case will determine if the bank Dimon has helmed through five separate felony counts – all of which received non-prosecution agreements from the Justice Department – will finally be prosecuted for a crime.

One might suspect that Kenneth Polite, the man President Biden nominated and the Senate confirmed to head the Criminal Division of the Justice Department in July, might also take an interest in this matter since the plaintiff is alleging that the Justice Department got played by JPMorgan Chase in its 2016 non-prosecution agreement. Unfortunately, Polite will have to recuse himself from this matter because JPMorgan Chase was his client at his former law firm, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, according to the financial disclosure form he filed with the Office of Government Ethics. Polite signed an Ethics Agreement on April 23, 2021 that requires the following:

“Mr. Polite understands that as an appointee he will be required to sign the Ethics Pledge (Exec. Order No. 13989) and that he will be bound by it. Among other obligations, he will be required to recuse from particular matters involving specific parties involving his former employer or former clients for a period of two years after he is appointed, with the exception of Federal, state, and local government.”

Who did JPMorgan Chase hire to defend it in the Shaquala Williams case? It hired Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, which conveniently has a former law partner sitting at the helm of the Criminal Division of the Justice Department.

According to the docket, JPMorgan Chase will be represented by two attorneys from Morgan Lewis: Thomas Anton Linthorst and Tyler James Hill.



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