JP Morgan Chase recently paid $50 million for faulty bankupty documents.
It has been reported that JP Mortgan Chase had to pay $50 million as part of a settlement with the US Department of Justice for filing faulty bankruptcy documents. Some of the documents that were filed were signed by the names of employees who were allegedly no longer with Chase. Meaning that documents with allegedly improper signatures were filed with the bankruptcy courts. Don't make the mistake of hiring a bankruptcy lawyer who files improper documents on your behalf. Contact the Rashid Law Firm for a free consultation today at 832-209-8833. We have two bankruptcy law firms in Houston, TX.