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Has Trustee Giddens been truthful to Judge Martin Glenn regarding JP Morgan?

Has the Trustee Giddens been truthful to Judge Martin Glenn?

Trustee Giddens claims that His Firm Did a Little Amount of Work For JP Morgan

Quoting Bloomberg article

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2011-11-23/mf-global-customers-missing-1-2-billion-denied-court-committee.html

Quoting the article
“I don’t think there’s any merit to the idea we’re in bed with the bank,” Kobak said, saying his law firm, Hughes Hubbard & Reed, has only done minor work for JPMorgan and isn’t conflicted.

I assume everything is relative, when you charge $890 a hour.
The reality however it does not seem like minor work as well even on the website of the trustee it states ” they Joined” JP Morgan( see bold below).

You decide,
On Hughes Hubbard & Reid LLC site they list 6 pages of work with JP Morgan. Just the first two lines of page one amount to $400 million dollars..

http://www.hugheshubbard.com/search.aspx?keyword=jp%20morgan&p=1

This is minor work?

Is $12.25 billion dollars on a Viacom deal minor work…

Hughes Hubbard & Reid LLC Representation of JPMorgan Chase Bank in connection with the separation of Viacom Inc. into two publicly-traded companies

Firm Role: Agent’s Counsel

Hughes Hubbard represented JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. and Citibank, N.A. as lead arrangers and agents for the $12.25 billion in financing provided in connection with the separation of Viacom Inc. into two publicly-traded companies. The financing was in the form of three syndicated credit facilities: a $3 billion five-year revolving credit agreement for Viacom Inc. (which was renamed CBS Corporation), a $6 billion bridge term loan credit agreement for New Viacom Corp. (which was renamed Viacom Inc.) and a $3.25 billion five-year revolving credit agreement for New Viacom Corp. There were over 25 banks included in the syndicate that provided the credit facilities. CBS Corp. is comprised of CBS Television Network, UPN, CBS Radio, Viacom Outdoor, Viacom Television Stations Group, Paramount Television, King World, Simon & Schuster, Showtime and Paramount Parks. Viacom Inc. includes MTV Networks (MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon, Nick at Nite, Comedy Central, CMT: Country Music Television, Spike TV, TV Land and many other networks around the world), BET, Paramount Pictures, Paramount Home Entertainment and Famous Music.

Yet another example is Hubbard Hughes Reid LLC joined JP Morgan in a representation of the Navajo Nation to serve as its gaming counsel.

Navajo Nation Retains Hughes Hubbard
Hughes Hubbard was recently retained by the Navajo Nation to serve as its gaming counsel. With over 250,000 members, the Nation is the country’s second largest Indian tribe and the largest in terms of land base, owning over 27,000 square miles in three states.

The firm will assist the Nation with business, regulatory, land use and other matters related to gaming. The Nation is currently considering as many as six casinos in Arizona and New Mexico.

The Nation hired Hughes Hubbard after a lengthy selection process, including issuing an RFP. Steve McSloy was first approached last year at an ABA Gaming Law conference by a lawyer from the Nation’s Department of Justice about helping the Nation with its first ventures into gaming.

McSloy and Ted Latty, with whom he chairs the firm’s Native American Practice Group, later met with the Nation’s Gaming Task Force. Finally, McSloy recently met with Nation President Joe Shirley at the Nation’s capitol in Window Rock, AZ. The firm was hired immediately after the meeting.

Hughes Hubbard joins JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, KPMG and GVA Marquette as advisors to the Nation, which has over $500 million in annual revenues and $2 billion in assets, with over 6,500 employees.

You decide Has the Trustee Giddens been truthful to Judge Martin Glenn regarding JP Morgan?

Andrew Abraham
Abraham Investment Managment


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