Banking Misconduct Blog


JP Morgan Chase and $4 Billion Punitive Damage Award

Banks are seemingly all-powerful, and yet we have repeatedly been able to hold them accountable for their unethical behavior. When banks that gamble with the property and well-being of Americans face true justice, it is always a time for honest citizens to celebrate. That is the case of JPMorgan,...

Can I Sue My Bank for Not Providing Promised Refinancing

[Spoiler Alert – There is hope for borrowers fighting banks who failed to deliver on a promised refinancing.]
 
The failure of banks to deliver on a promised modification or refinancing is one of the most frequent complaints we hear from commercial borrowers. In the typical...

JP Morgan Hit with Lender Liability Claim in Sale of Good Technology Inc.

Good Technology Inc. is a mobile security provider that is today owned by BlackBerry Limited. How BlackBerry acquired the company and the price they paid is at the heart of the controversy, a controversy involving lender liability and conflict of interest claims against JP Morgan Chase...

KYC, Lender Liability & Daniel Roho Filho

Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo thought Daniel Fernandes Roho Filho was the perfect customer. He was rich and had lots of cash to deposit. Often banks turn a blind eye to the business activities of customers, especially when they believe them to be billionaires.
In 2009, the feds...

Chase Answer Due in Bizarre Identity Theft Case

Like many Americans, I have been a victim of identity theft. Actually, I am one of those very unlucky folks who have been victimized multiple times. As a former law enforcement officer, I was able to do my own investigation and determine who stole my identity. Those fraudsters were never...