The Beverley Schottenstein Trial of Beverley vs. J.P. Morgan Securities and her two grandsons Evan Schottenstein and Avi Schottenstein, “jointly and severally,” began on October 19, 2020—over Zoom due to COVID-19. Though J.P. Morgan terminated Evan and Avi shortly after the scandal broke in 2019, all three defendants—the company and the two former executives of that company—stood trial together. The trial concluded on Thursday, January 28, 2021, and the verdict was swiftly announced one week later: J.P. Morgan, Evan, and Avi were found LIABLE on all counts of constructive fraud, abuse of fiduciary duty, and fraudulent misrepresentations and omissions. J.P. Morgan and Evan were also found liable for elder abuse. The award is in the tens of millions.