Ex-JPMorgan Banker Makes Case For Damages As Trial Wraps

By Pete Brush (November 6, 2017, 6:40 PM EST) -- Former JPMorgan Chase & Co. private wealth manager Jennifer Sharkey told a Manhattan jury Monday that she is owed least $660,000 for being fired after raising concerns about a rich client, but the $350 billion megabank painted Sharkey as a liar in search of a payday.

The accusations and counter-accusations came during closing arguments before U.S. District Judge Denise L. Cote in a trial pitting Sharkey against the bank and three of its employees, co-defendants Leslie Lassiter, Adam Green and Joe Kenney, who oversaw her employment when she was fired in August 2009.

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