The Role of Plan Attorneys
The Plan attorney is required to maintain the strict confidentiality of a traditional attorney-client relationship. The attorney's relationship is exclusively with you. JPMorgan Chase will not receive information about your legal issues or the services you use under the Plan. In addition, no one will interfere with your Plan attorney's independent exercise of professional judgment when representing you.
The attorney will adhere to the rules of the Plan. MetLife Legal Plans, or the law firm providing services under the Plan, is responsible for all services provided by their attorneys.
JPMorgan Chase has no liability for the conduct of any Plan attorney. You have the right to file a complaint with the state bar concerning attorney conduct pursuant to the Plan. If you have a complaint about the legal services you have received or the conduct of an attorney, you can register a complaint by calling MetLife Legal Plans. Your complaint will be reviewed, and you will receive a response within two business days of your call.
Plan attorneys will refuse to provide services if the matter is clearly without merit, frivolous, or for the purpose of harassing another person.