Charlie Javice, the onetime entrepreneur accused of defrauding JPMorgan Chase & Co. in its $175 million acquisition of her college-loan-planning site, said the bank was not sticking to a court order requiring it to pay for her legal defense.
Javice, 31, claimed in a Wednesday court filing in Delaware that JPMorgan had improperly rejected $830,000 in bills from her lawyers, amounting to about 20% of her legal costs to date. She asked for a court order forcing JPMorgan to pay the bills.
Delaware Chancery Court Judge Kathaleen St. J. McCormick ruled in May that JPMorgan was obligated to cover Javice’s legal bills under the September 2021 merger agreement by which it acquired her company, Frank….
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