The Schottenstein Family And Elder Abuse
A financial industry arbitrator in early February sided with Beverley Schottenstein in an elder abuse case, ordering her two grandsons and JP Morgan Chase to pay her $19 million.
Evan and Avi Schottenstein handled their grandmother’s fortune, valued at more than $80 million, until JP Morgan let them go. Through their attorney, they said they acted in accordance with her wishes.
Coming up, Beverley Schottenstein talks about her experience.
- Tom Schoenberg, senior reporter, Bloomberg News
- Beverley Schottenstein, of Bal Harbour, Fla.,
- Cathy Schottenstein Pattap, author of "Twisted: Conflict, Madness, and the Redemptive Power of a Granddaughter’s Love," a book about her grandmother's elder abuse trial, and an English teacher
- Bloomberg: At 93, She Waged War on JPMorgan—and Her Own Grandsons
- Ohio Attorney General: Elder Justice Unit
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