JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon to face questions in Jeffrey Epstein suits

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  • Source: CNBC
  • 04/18/2023
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon can be questioned under oath for up to seven hours over two days in depositions for federal lawsuits accusing his bank of complicity in sex trafficking by its late client Jeffrey Epstein, a judge said Tuesday.

Dimon can be questioned for a combined total of five hours by lawyers for the U.S. Virgin Islands and an Epstein sexual abuse accuser, who are the plaintiffs in two separate suits in Manhattan federal court, Judge Jed Rakoff said during a telephone conference with lawyers.

The JPMorgan CEO can be deposed separately for up to two hours by lawyers for Jes Staley, former chief of investment banking at JPMorgan, Rakoff said, according to a court docket entry.

The judge said he might permit the depositions to go beyond the time he has initially set aside.
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