Lehman Suit: The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is expected this week to file a civil case against JPMorgan Chase for actions tied to the demise of Lehman Brothers. The bank is expected to settle the Lehman matter and pay a fine of approximately $20 million, The New York Times reports.
Triple Play: Mitt Romeny’s primary wins in Maryland, the District and battleground Wisconsin, the biggest prize of the day, cemented his status as the almost certain Republican nominee and put new pressure on rival Rick Santorum to reassess his candidacy, The Washington Post reports.
Case Backfires: Dozens of female employees of one of the nation's largest trucking companies told of being propositioned, groped and even assaulted by male drivers during cross-country training rides. But the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's sexual harassment lawsuit against Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based CRST Van Expedited Inc., has backfired and put the agency on trial, the Associated Press reports.
On Notice: U.S. regulators put exchanges on notice that they need to do more to protect investors from technology gone awry. The missive came in the form of a prologue to a Securities and Exchange Commission case against Direct Edge Holdings LLC, Bloomberg reports.