DoJ and anti-trust lawyers compromise over FX lawsuit

US regulator restricts details of evidence against banks, but allows civil case

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The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has allowed lawyers representing claimants in the ongoing foreign exchange benchmark manipulation lawsuit to view certain discovery items in order to continue seeking settlements, following the $100 million obtained from JP Morgan in January.

The DoJ said in a letter to Judge Lorna Schofield of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York on March 9 that it had reached an agreement with the co-lead counsels, Michael Hausfeld of Hausfeld and

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