- US Virgin Islands subpoenas wealthy individuals for information in civil lawsuit against JPMorgan over its relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.
- Subpoenas seek communications and documents related to the bank and Epstein.
- Lawyers can use subpoenas to gather information from people who could provide evidence related to the case.
- JPMorgan has sought to have the lawsuits dismissed and denied aiding Epstein.
- Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan's CEO, is expected to be questioned as part of the case.
Google Co-Founder, Other Billionaires Are Issued Subpoenas in Lawsuit Over JPMorgan’s Ties to Jeffrey Epstein
Google co-founder and other billionaires subpoenaed for information in US Virgin Islands' civil lawsuit against JPMorgan over its relationship with Jeffrey Epstein. JPMorgan denies aiding Epstein.