JPMorgan Chase's landmark 2013 settlement with the Department of Justice is one of the largest of all time, and with a tag like that its unsurprising that it has drawn both positive and negative attention.

But on Feb. 10, the agreement was challenged for the first time, drawing into question its validity under the Constitution.

The non-profit group Better Markets has filed a lawsuit against the DOJ saying that crucial details about its deal with JPMorgan were not made public, calling into question the validity and constitutionality of the deal. The suit, which was filed in the United States District Court of the District of Columbia, alleges that the deal is invalid because it was agreed to unilaterally, without the oversight of a judiciary body.

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