- JPMorgan Chase & Co CEO Jamie Dimon is slated to take the stand in the Jeffrey Epstein trial in the coming weeks, Reuters reports.
- Dimon will respond to questions about his relationship with the infamous sexual predator, Reuters reported Wednesday, citing an attorney involved with the trial who broke the news Tuesday. Although an exact date has not been established, reports indicate Dimon will take the stand in May over the bank’s purported enabling of Epstein’s sex trafficking.
- Lawyer Mimi Liu argued to Manhattan U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff earlier in March that Dimon purportedly knew of Jeffrey Epstein’s behavior in 2008, when Epstein first faced criminal charges.
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