Top litigator leaves lawsuit-laden JP Morgan

August 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);8/28/2013, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the move of lawyer Michael Coye to resign as co-head of litigation and investigations at financial services firm J.P. Morgan Chase and Co. It notes that the bank has been pounded by regulatory litigations and is about to lose one of its main lawyers responsible for governmental investigation and litigation matters. It adds that Coyne was appointed as general counsel of San Francisco, California-based Union Bank NA.


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