Class Action Complaint alleging fraud in Bruce Carper v. TMC the metals company Inc., formerly Sustainable Opportunities Acquisition Corp., described as a Cayman Islands-domiciled, Canada-based "deep-sea minerals exploration company" whose shares are listed on NASDAQ; Gerard Barron, and Scott Leonard at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
Class Action Complaint alleging fraud by Guillermo Sanchez v. Höegh LNG Partners LP, described as a Marshall Islands entity based in Bermuda; Sveinung J. S. Støhle, Håvard Furu, and Steffen Føreid, all of Norway, at the U. S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.
Class Action Complaint alleging fraud in Eric Muller v. Reconnaissance Energy Africa Ltd., formerly known as Lund Enterprises Corp., described as a Canadian company that "purports to engage in the identification, exploration, and development of oil and/or gas assets in Namibia and Botswana"; James Jay Park, Scot Evans, Ian D. Brown, Carlos Escribano, Shiraz Dhanani, Mark Gerlitz, James Granath, Claire Preece, Ndapewoshali Shapwanale, Chris Gilmour, and Sindila Mwiya at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
Class Action Complaint in Kohli Pratyush v. Full Truck Alliance Co. Ltd., described as a Cayman Islands-domiciled, China-based "digital freight platform that connects shippers with truckers to facilitate shipments in the People's Republic of China"; Peter Hui Zhang, Simon Chong Cai, Colleen A. DeVries, Morgan Stanley & Co., LLC, China International Capital Corporation Hong Kong Securities Limited, of Hong Kong; Goldman Sachs (Asia) LLC, of Hong Kong, and Cogency Global Inc., of New York, at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
Class Action Complaint alleging securities fraud in Keyla D. Bell v. Kanzhun Limited, described as a Cayman Islands-domiciled, China-based operator of "an online recruitment platform, BOSS, which is a mobile-native product that promotes instant direct chats between employers and job seekers, delivers matching results, and is powered by proprietary artificial intelligence"; Peng Zhao, Yu Zhang, Xu Chen, and Tao Zhang at the U. S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.
Class Action Complaint in Bonnie L. Franklin v. DiDi Global Inc., described as a Cayman Islands company that "is often called 'the Uber of China' and "purports to be a mobility technology platform, providing ride hailing and other services in the People's Republic of China, Brazil, Mexico, and internationally"; Will Wei Cheng, Jean Qing Liu, Stephen Jingshi Zhu, Alan Yue Zhuo, Colleen A. DeVries, Cogency Global Inc., Goldman Sachs (Asia) LLC, Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC, and JPMorgan Securities LLC at the U. S. District Court for the Central District of California.