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Enka Insaat ve Sanavi AS v. Gabonese Republic et al: Petition to Confirm Arbitration Award

October 25, 2018 - Petition to Confirm Arbitration Award in Enka Insaat ve Sanavi AS v. The Gabonese Republic and L'Agence Nationale des Grands Travaux at the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

USA v. Joseph Szlavik: Forfeiture Complaint

May 09, 2017 - Forfeiture Complaint in USA v. Accounts at Citizens Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, TD Ameritrade, Washington First Bank, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and First Niagara Bank in the names of Joseph Szlavik, JJ Szlavik Companies Inc., Scribe Strategies, and Mercury Management Inc. at the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

RBC Europe Ltd. v. Shares in Shelf Drilling (Gabon), Ltd.: Stop Notice

July 02, 2014 - Stop Notice by RBC Europe Limited regarding shares in Shelf Drilling (Gabon), Ltd. owned by Shelf Drilling Holdings, Ltd., filed at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

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Cayman crypto firm ICOBox sued by US regulator for 'unregistered' activity
Cayman Islands cryptocurrency "incubator" ICOBox and its founder, Nikolay Evdokimov, have been sued by the U.S. SEC for alleged illegal involvement in digital token offerings that raised $665 million. In a separate lawsuit last year, a former CEO of an ICOBox subsidiary claimed the group's "main shareholders" were "all funded by Russian money laundered through bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies".
Cayman Court Secrecy: A Huge Red Flag for Foreign Investors & Clients
David Marchant
As any fule kno, the biggest enemy of fraud, corruption, money laundering, and other forms of financial crime is transparency, while their best friend is secrecy. That's why the unprecedented mass sealing of cases that's taking place at the Financial Services Division of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands is repugnant to anyone with a genuine concern for financial crime.