Former JP Morgan credit trader launches legal case, reports FT

Former JP Morgan credit derivatives trader Joulien Grout has launched a legal action over the JP Morgan “London whale” case

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Comment by: Anonymous. Posted 5 years ago [2014-07-08 00:51:35]

What is there to win in this type of legal claim? If the allegation is that a public report did not properly shield the anonymity of one or more people, how does a legal challenge right that wrong? Money, I guess. But the legal action itself shreds whatever anonymity may have remained.