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    Lejilex et al v. SEC: Complaint (‘Crypto Regulation’)

    Complaint in Lejilex and Crypto Freedom Alliance of Texas v. Securities and Exchange Commission, Eric Werner, Gary Gensler, Caroline Crenshaw, Jaime Lizarraga, Hester Peirce, and Mark Uyeda at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.

    Edwin Garrison v. Sullivan & Cromwell, LLP: Class Action Complaint (‘FTX Crypto Fraud’)

    Class Action Complaint alleging civil conspiracy, aiding and abetting fraud, aiding and abetting breach of fiduciary duty, and RICO regarding the FTX crypto group in Edwin Garrison v. Sullivan & Cromwell, LLP, of New York, USA, described as "one of the foremost and most profitable American multinational law firms in the world", at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund v. Karen Aigen: Complaint (‘$3M Unjust Enrichment’)

    Complaint "to recover $3,000,000 from a Defendant who received such proceeds illegitimately from a contract counterparty to the Fund and despite any known right to receive or retain them" in Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund (in Official Liquidation), of the Cayman Islands v. Karen Aigen, a.k.a. Keren Katya Aigen, described as a resident of California, USA who "was married to Ofer Abarbanel", at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Luc Despins v. Hayman Hong Kong Opportunities Offshore Fund LP et al: Complaint (‘$100M Fraudulent Transfers’)

    Complaint in Luc Despins, as the Chapter 11 Trustee for Ho Wan Kwok, a citizen of China currently in custody in the United States awaiting trial for an alleged $1 billion fraud and money laundering scheme v. Hayman Hong Kong Opportunities Offshore Fund LP, of the Cayman Islands, and Hayman Hong Kong Opportunities Onshore Fund LP, of Delaware, USA, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.

    Luc Despins v. ACA Capital Group Ltd. et al: Complaint (‘Turnover of Assets’)

    Complaint against entities in Australia, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, England, Hong Kong, Puerto Rico, and USA in Luc Despins, as the Chapter 11 Trustee for Ho Wan Kwok, a citizen of China currently in custody in the United States awaiting trial for an alleged $1 billion fraud and money laundering scheme v. ACA Capital Group Ltd., Alfa Global Ventures Limited, Alfonso Global Ventures Limited, Anton Development Limited, Bravo Luck Limited, Celestial Tide Limited, China Golden Spring Group (Hong Kong) Ltd., Eastern Profit Corporation Limited, Freedom Media Ventures Limited, G Club International Limited, G Club Operations LLC, G Fashion (CA), G Fashion Hold Co A Limited, G Fashion Hold Co B Limited, G Fashion International Limited, GFashion Media Group Inc., G Music LLC, GF IP, LLC, GF Italy, LLC, GFNY, Inc., Hamilton Capital Holding Limited, Hamilton Investment Management Limited, Hamilton Opportunity Fund SPC, Haoran He, Himalaya Currency Clearing Pty Ltd., Himalaya International Clearing Limited, Himalaya International Financial Group Limited, Himalaya International Payments Limited, Himalaya International Reserves Limited, Jovial Century International Limited, K Legacy Ltd., Karin Maistrello, Leading Shine Limited, Major Lead International Limited, Mei Guo, Next Tycoon Investments Limited, Qiang Guo, Rule of Law Foundation III, Inc., Rule of Law Society IV, Inc., Saraca Media Group, Inc., Seven Mission Group LLC, William Je, and Wise Creation International Limited at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.

    Luc Despins v. Rising Sun Capital Ltd.: Complaint (‘$3.7M Fraudulent Transfers’)

    Complaint to avoid and recover “fraudulent” transfers of $3,723,302 in Luc Despins, as the Chapter 11 Trustee for Ho Wan Kwok, a citizen of China currently in custody in the United States awaiting trial for an alleged $1 billion fraud and money laundering scheme v. Rising Sun Capital Ltd., of England, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.

    Luc Despins v. GCP Investment Advisors SL: Complaint (‘$1.3M Fraudulent Transfers’)

    Complaint to avoid and recover “fraudulent” transfers of $1,296,770 in Luc Despins, as the Chapter 11 Trustee for Ho Wan Kwok, a citizen of China currently in custody in the United States awaiting trial for an alleged $1 billion fraud and money laundering scheme v. GCP Investment Advisors SL, of Spain, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.

    Luc Despins v. Starling Bank: Complaint (‘$5.5M Fraudulent Transfers’)

    Complaint to avoid and recover “fraudulent” transfers of $5,531,945 in Luc Despins, as the Chapter 11 Trustee for Ho Wan Kwok, a citizen of China currently in custody in the United States awaiting trial for an alleged $1 billion fraud and money laundering scheme v. Starling Bank, of England, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.

    Luc Despins v. Forbes Hare (BVI): Complaint (‘$124K Fraudulent Transfers’)

    Complaint to avoid and recover “fraudulent” transfers of $124,105 in Luc Despins, as the Chapter 11 Trustee for Ho Wan Kwok, a citizen of China currently in custody in the United States awaiting trial for an alleged $1 billion fraud and money laundering scheme v. Forbes Hare, a law firm in the British Virgin Islands, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.

    Luc Despins v. Premiere Accounting Solutions Ltd.: Complaint (‘$1.1M Fraudulent Transfers’)

    Complaint to avoid and recover “fraudulent” transfers of $1,102,962 in Luc Despins, as the Chapter 11 Trustee for Ho Wan Kwok, a citizen of China currently in custody in the United States awaiting trial for an alleged $1 billion fraud and money laundering scheme v. Premiere Accounting Solutions Ltd., of New Zealand, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.

    Luc Despins v. FFP (BVI) Ltd.: Complaint (‘$46K Fraudulent Transfers’)

    Complaint to avoid and recover "fraudulent" transfers of $46,014 in Luc Despins, as the Chapter 11 Trustee for Ho Wan Kwok, a citizen of China currently in custody in the United States awaiting trial for an alleged $1 billion fraud and money laundering scheme v. FFP (BVI) Limited, of the British Virgin Islands, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.

    Vitaly Smagin v. CMB Monaco et al: Second Amended Complaint (‘$170M Fraud’)

    Second Amended Complaint in Vitaly Ivanovich Smagin, described as a citizen and resident of Russia v. Compagnie Monégasque de Banque, a.k.a. CMB Bank, of Monaco; Ashot Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Ashot Egiazaryan, described as "a Russian criminal on the Interpol “Red” list living amongst us in a luxury estate in Beverly Hills as a citizen of California"; Suren Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Suren Egiazarian; Artem Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Artem Egiazaryan; Stephan Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Stephan Egiazaryan; Vitaly Gogokhia, described as a resident of London, England; Natalia Dozortseva, described as a citizen of Russia residing in France; Murielle Jouniaux, described as a resident of France; Alexis Gaston Thielen, described as a resident of Luxembourg; Ratnikov Evgeny Nikolaevich, described as a citizen of Russia who "falsely and fraudulently held himself out to be an impartial Russian bankruptcy officer overseeing Plaintiff’s bankruptcy filing in Russia"; H. Edward Ryals, described as a lawyer residing in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, and Prestige Trust Company, Ltd., described as "a Nevis company" whose "managing director, Stevyn L. Bartlette, is an individual residing in Florida", at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

    Luc Despins v. Mary Fashion SpA: Complaint (‘$406K Fraudulent Transfers’)

    Complaint in Luc Despins, as the Chapter 11 Trustee for Ho Wan Kwok, a citizen of China currently in custody in the United States awaiting trial for an alleged $1 billion fraud and money laundering scheme v. Mary Fashion SpA, of Italy, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.

    Luc Despins v. Farrant Group Ltd.: Complaint (‘$315K Fraudulent Transfers’)

    Complaint in Luc Despins, as the Chapter 11 Trustee for Ho Wan Kwok, a citizen of China currently in custody in the United States awaiting trial for an alleged $1 billion fraud and money laundering scheme v. Farrant Group Limited, of England, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.

    Luc Despins v. Ogier (BVI): Complaint (‘$350K Unauthorized Transfers’)

    Complaint in Luc Despins, as the Chapter 11 Trustee for Ho Wan Kwok, a citizen of China currently in custody in the United States awaiting trial for an alleged $1 billion fraud and money laundering scheme v. Ogier, a law firm in the British Virgin Islands, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.

    Kisha Trezevant et al v. Stanley Trezevant III et al: Re-Amended Complaint (‘Fraudulent Dispositions’)

    Re-Amended Complaint in Kisha Dean Trezevant, described as a citizen of the USA residing in Tennessee, and Seven Mile Beach Hotel Development Corp. Ltd., of the Cayman Islands, v. Stanley H. Trezevant III, described as a citizen of the USA residing in Tennessee; R&W Cayman Properties Ltd., described as a Cayman Islands company whose "directors are Keith, Meredith, Robert and William McCarthy", and The Registrar of Lands at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

    Bitcoin Latinum et al v. Cyrus Farivar: Complaint (‘Crypto Article Defamation’)

    Complaint alleging defamation in an article on Forbes.com headlined "A Cryptocurrency Named After The Fictional Money In Star Trek Is 'Worthless' And 'A Scam,' New Lawsuit Alleges" in GIBF GP Inc., d.b.a. Bitcoin Platinum, described as "the distributor of Bitcoin Latinum Tokens", and Donald Basile v. Cyrus Farivar at the Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware.

    Bitcoin Latinum et al v. Poker.org et al: Complaint (‘Crypto Article Defamation’)

    Complaint seeking the removal of an article about a complaint filed against the plaintiffs that was headlined "“Hellmuth-promoted cryptocurrency Bitcoin Latinum and founder sued in California" in GIBF GP Inc., d.b.a. Bitcoin Latinum, described as "the promoter of Bitcoin Latinum Tokens", and Donald Basile v. Triple Barrel Media Ltd., d.b.a. Poker.org, and Haley Hintze at the Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware.

    Philippe Martinez et al v. Bank of America: Discovery Application (Saint Kitts and Nevis)

    Application by Philippe Martinez, described as "a United States resident and successful film producer", and MSR Media SKN, described as a Saint Kitts and Nevis-domiciled producer of "films and television shows", to take discovery from Bank of America, N.A. for use in "foreign defamation proceedings filed against Applicants in the High Court of Justice in the Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis" by Caribbean Galaxy Real Estate Corporation, described as "a Chinese real estate development firm”; Ying Jin, described as a "former Chief Executive Officer of Caribbean Galaxy”, and Timothy Harris, described as a "former Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis", regarding "statements about Foreign Plaintiffs’ alleged involvement in a corrupt scheme related to the sale of citizenship by investment units in St. Kitts and Nevis", filed at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    USA v. Colin Campbell: Complaint (‘$55K Tax Penalties’)

    Complaint for $55,034, "plus statutory additions and interest", regarding penalties for "Nonwillful FBAR Penalties" involving entities in the British Virgin Islands and Switzerland in USA v. Colin Campbell, described as a citizen of Canada residing in the USA, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine.

    Avis Mullins v. Novatech et al: Class Action Complaint (‘$2.3B NovaTechFX Ponzi Scheme’)

    Class Action Complaint alleging a Ponzi scheme that "resulted in the loss of $2.3 billion" in Avis Mullins v. Novatech, Cynthia Petion, Eddy Petion, Ricardo Roy, Jean Martin Zizi, Travis Bieberitz, Novatech Ltd., of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; Novatech Advisors LLC, Nova Pay LLC, NovaTrading Oü, of Estonia; Smart Bit Inc., Deborah Brasil, Frantz Ciceron, Ciceron Frantz & Associates Inc., Paul J. DeRenzo, John Garofano, Bob St. Louis, James Corbett, and John Does 1-500 at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Acis Capital Management, L.P. et al v. James Dondero et al: Amended Complaint (‘Fraudulent Transfers’)

    Amended Complaint alleging "a massive scheme to fraudulently transfer Acis’s assets" to "ensure that Josh Terry would collect nothing from Acis for his hard-fought Arbitration Award of nearly $8 million" in Acis Capital Management, L.P. and Acis Capital Management GP, LLC v. James Dondero, Frank Waterhouse, Scott Ellington, Hunter Govitz, Isaac Leventon, Jean Paul Sevilla, Thomas Surgent, Grant Scott, Heather Bestwick, William Scott, and CLO HoldCo Ltd., of the Cayman Islands, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas.

    Everett Stern v. Michael Flynn et al: Complaint (‘Defamation’)

    Complaint alleging defamation by "labeling the Plaintiff as the purported Fake HSBC Whistleblower, asserting mental instability, branding him as a pathological liar, alleging false statements to the FBI and January 6th Committee, imputing deceit to the American public, and accusing him of impersonating a Federal Agent" in Everett Stern v. Michael Flynn, Joseph Flynn, Binnall Law Firm LLC, Jesse Binnall, and Jason Greaves at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

    Orient Plus International Ltd. et al v. Baosheng Media Group Holdings Ltd. et al: Complaint (‘Material Misstatements or Omissions’)

    Complaint in Orient Plus International Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Union Hi-Tech Development Limited, of the Marshall Islands, and Golden Genius International Limited, of the British Virgin Islands v. Baosheng Media Group Holdings Limited, described as a publicly-listed, Cayman Islands firm that provides "an online marketing solution provider based in China"; Wenxiu Zhong, Sheng Gong, Yu Zhong, Zuohao Hu, Adam 'Xin' He, Yue Jin, Yanjun Hu, Univest Securities LLC, The Benchmark Company LLC, WestPark Capital Inc., and Marcum LLP at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Sunil Kavuri et al v. FTX Trading Ltd. et al: Complaint (‘Foreign FTX Customers’)

    Complaint by "Customers of FTX.com located outside the United States of America, who held accounts on the FTX.com platform as of the Petition Date" seeking "a declaration that assets customers deposited, held, received, or acquired on the FTX.com platform are customer property and not property of the Debtors’ estates" in Sunil Kavuri, a citizen and resident of the United Kingdom; Ahmed Abd-El-Razek Noia Capital SÀRL, of Luxembourg, and Patrick Rabbitte v. FTX Trading Ltd., Alameda Research LLC, Alameda Research Ltd, Alameda Research Holdings Inc., Clifton Bay Investments LLC, West Realm Shires Services Inc., West Realm Shires Financial Services Inc., Ledger Holdings Inc., FTX Japan Holdings K.K., FTX Europe AG, FTX Property Holdings Ltd, LT Baskets Ltd., Alameda TR Ltd, Allston Way Ltd, Analisya Pte Ltd, Atlantis Technology Ltd., Bancroft Way Ltd, Blue Ridge Ltd, Cardinal Ventures Ltd, Cedar Bay Ltd, Liquid Securities Singapore Pte Ltd, Maclaurin Investments Ltd., Mangrove Cay Ltd, Paper Bird Inc, Pioneer Street Inc., Quoine India Pte Ltd, Quoine Vietnam Co. Ltd, SNG INVESTMENTS YATIRIM VE DANISMANLIK ANONIM SIRKETI, Strategy Ark Collective Ltd., Technology Services Bahamas Limited, Verdant Canyon Capital LLC, West Innovative Barista Ltd., Western Concord Enterprises Ltd., FTX Equity Record Holdings Ltd, FTX Exchange FZE, FTX Hong Kong Ltd, FTX Japan K.K., FTX Japan Services KK, Alameda Aus Pty Ltd, Alameda Research (Bahamas) Ltd, Alameda Research KK, Alameda Research Pte Ltd, Alameda Research Yankari Ltd, Alameda TR Systems S. de R. L., Blockfolio, Inc., Clifton Bay Investments Ltd, Cottonwood Grove Ltd, Crypto Bahamas LLC, Deep Creek Ltd, Digital Custody Inc., FTX Canada Inc, FTX Digital Holdings (Singapore) Pte Ltd, FTX Products (Singapore) Pte Ltd, FTX Services Solutions Ltd., FTX Structured Products AG, FTX Trading GmbH, FTX Zuma Ltd, Global Compass Dynamics Ltd., Goodman Investments Ltd., Hawaii Digital Assets Inc., Innovatia Ltd, Island Bay Ventures Inc, Killarney Lake Investments Ltd, Zubr Exchange Ltd, Alameda Global Services Ltd., Cottonwood Technologies Ltd, Deck Technologies Holdings LLC, Deck Technologies Inc., Euclid Way Ltd, FTX Digital Assets LLC, FTX EMEA Ltd., FTX US Trading, Inc., Hive Empire Trading Pty Ltd, Liquid Financial USA Inc., LiquidEX LLC, North Dimension Inc, North Wireless Dimension Inc., LedgerPrime Bitcoin Yield Enhancement Master Fund, LLC, LedgerPrime Digital Asset Opportunities Fund, LLC, LedgerPrime Digital Asset Opportunities Master Fund LP, LedgerPrime LLC, LedgerPrime Ventures, LP, North Dimension Ltd, Quoine Pte Ltd, Cedar Grove Technology Services, Ltd., DAAG Trading, DMCC, FTX Certificates GmbH, FTX Crypto Services Ltd., FTX EU Ltd., FTX Lend Inc., FTX Marketplace, Inc., FTX Switzerland GmbH, FTX TURKEY TEKNOLOJI VE TICARET ANONIM SIRKET, FTX US Services, Inc., FTX Ventures Ltd., GG Trading Terminal Ltd, Good Luck Games, LLC, Hannam Group Inc, Hilltop Technology Services LLC, West Realm Shires Inc., and LedgerPrime Bitcoin Yield Enhancement Fund, LLC at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

    Judith Raanan et al v. Binance Holdings Ltd. et al: Complaint (‘Crypto Financing of Hamas’)

    Complaint "brought by and on behalf of United States citizens who were murdered, maimed, taken hostage, or otherwise injured in unspeakable acts of terror perpetrated by Hamas and other terrorist groups in the State of Israel on October 7, 2023" in Judith Raanan, Natalie Raanan, Uri Raanan, Estate of Itay Glisko, Oren Glisko, Liat Rasel Glisko, Y.G., Ori Glisko, and Jeffrey Ludmir v. Binance Holdings Limited, of the Cayman Islands; Changpeng Zhao, The Islamic Republic of Iran, and The Syrian Republic at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Polymath Holdings et al v. Christopher Farmer et al: Complaint (‘$10M Fraud’)

    Complaint "to recover the $10 million that they never would have transferred to All.Health, absent Defendants’ misconduct" in Polymath Holdings and Lux 2 InvCo, both of the Cayman Islands v. Christopher Farmer, of San Francisco, California, USA; SignalFire II GP, LLC, SignalFire Fund II, LP, and SignalFire Affiliates Fund II, LP, all of Delaware, USA, at the Superior Court of the State of California, for the County of San Francisco.

    USA v. Binance Account 505137746: Forfeiture Complaint (‘$14.6K Fraud & Crypto Laundering’)

    Forfeiture Complaint regarding the proceeds of an alleged fraud in which the alleged victim "received a call from a phone number with a Texas area code where another individual with a similar accent claimed to be with the "bank fraud department" and "that child pornography had been traced to her computer and they needed money to remove it" in USA v. Binance Account 505137746 at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois.

    Alice Lin v. JPMorgan Chase Bank et al: Complaint (‘$720K Pig Butchering Scam’)

    Complaint alleging elder abuse in Alice Lin, described as "an 80-year-old widow" who "fell victim to a so-called on-line “pig butchering” scam in the summer of 2022" and lost $720,000 v. JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A. and Cheryl McMurray, described as a "Branch Manager" of JPMorgan Chase Bank, at the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles.

    Diane Artemis Yaffe v. JPMorgan Chase Bank NA et al: Complaint (‘$1.8M IRS Impersonation Blackmail Scam’)

    Complaint alleging financial elder abuse regarding a plaintiff who "was blackmailed and scammed out of her life’s savings" of $1,846,450 in a scheme "where blackmailers target vulnerable individuals by masquerading as IRS collection officers, placing disturbing and official-sounding calls to instill fear and compliance in their victims" in Diane Artemis Yaffe, described as "a 76-year-old widow" v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. and Stephanie Casilias, who "was employed as Manager at JPMorgan Chase Bank", at the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Mateo.

    SEC v. Sam Lee et al: Complaint (‘$1.7B HyperFund Crypto Fraud’)

    Complaint alleging "a global, crypto asset-related, multi-level marketing pyramid and Ponzi scheme that raised over $1.7 billion from victims worldwide, including millions from U.S. investors" in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Xue Samuel Lee, a.k.a. Sam Lee, described as a citizen of Australia residing in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and Brenda Indah Chunga, a.k.a. Bitcoin Beautee, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland.

    Grifols S.A. et al v. Daniel Yu et al: Complaint (‘Predatory Short Sellers’)

    Complaint against "predatory short sellers, led by convicted felon Daniel Yu, who illicitly profit from their rigged short-and-distort schemes" in Grifols S.A., of Spain, and Grifols Shared Services North America Inc., collectively described as "a global healthcare leader founded over 100 years ago that supplies lifesaving plasma-derived medicines to patients with rare and chronic diseases" v. Daniel Yu, Gotham City Research LLC, General Industrial Partners LLP, of England, and Cyrus de Weck, a resident of England, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Hazim Nada et al v. United Arab Emirates et al: Complaint (‘Dark PR Campaign to Smear Victims’)

    Complaint alleging "the United Arab Emirates and some of its top officials managed, directed, and bankrolled a years-long “dark” public relations campaign through the Swiss private investigative firm, Alp Services S.A.” and “leveraged a network of coconspirators - private operatives, paid “journalists,” and a professor at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., among many others - to smear dozens of innocent victims” in Hazim Nada, described as a citizen of Italy and USA residing in Italy, and "the founder and sole owner of Lord Energy SA", and Lord Energy SA, of Switzerland, described as "a crude oil and commodity trading company" v. The United Arab Emirates, c/o Ambassador of the UAE, Yousef Al-Otaiba, in Washington, D.C., USA; Ariaf Studies and Research LLC, The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Matar Humaid Al-Neyadi, all of Abu Dhabi, UAE; Alp Services SA, Diligence Sarl, Mario Brero, Muriel Cavin, Sylvain Besson, all of Switzerland; Lionel Badal, of Luxembourg; Lorenzo Vidino, of Washington, D.C., USA, and John Doe Nos. 1-25 at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

    USA v. Lee Morrell: Extradition Complaint (England)

    Complaint for the extradition of Lee Morrell from the USA to England to face charges of bribery and misconduct while he worked as a Police Constable with the Metropolitan Police Service, in London, filed at the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington. Editor's Note: The indictment was filed under seal and unsealed on February 9th, 2024 - the day that Morrell was arrested in the U.S.

    Bank Hapoalim BM v. Monroe Capital Management Advisors LLC et al: Complaint (‘$30M Conversion’)

    Complaint alleging "the defendants’ wrongful conversion of Collateral that secured a $30 million loan" in Bank Hapoalim B.M., of Israel v. Monroe Capital Management Advisors, LLC, MC Income Plus Financing SPV LLC, Monroe (NP) U.S. Private Debt Fund LP, Monroe Capital Corporation, Monroe Capital Fund Marsupial (LUX) Financing Holdco LP, Monroe Capital Fund SV S.a.r.l. - Fund III (unleveraged) Compartment, Monroe Capital Income Plus Corporation, Monroe Capital Insurance Fund Series SALI Multi-Series Fund, L.P., Monroe Capital Private Credit Fund I LP, Monroe Capital Private Credit Fund III (Lux) Financing Holdco LP, Monroe Capital Private Credit Fund III (Unleveraged) LP, Monroe Capital Private Credit Fund III LP, Monroe Capital Private Credit Fund VT LP, Monroe Capital Private Credit Master Fund IV (Unleveraged) SCSp, Monroe Capital Private Credit Master Fund IV SCSp, Monroe Private Credit Fund A LP, BCSSS Holdco UK Limited, DL2020 Holdings, LLC, H.I.G. WhiteHorse Virtus Credit, LLC, LF2020 Offshore Holdings, LLC, H.I.G. Whitehorse SMA, L.P., H.I.G. Whitehorse Trinity Credit, LLC, H.I.G. WhiteHorse TriStar Credit, LLC, Thorney Island Limited Partnership, WhiteHorse Finance Credit I, LLC, WHPL SPV I, LLC, WHPL SPV I Offshore, LLC, WHPL SPV I Class A, LLC, Arcserve Cayman Opco LP, and Arcserve Cayman Intermediate LP at the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York.

    YA II PN, Ltd. v. Osirius Group LLC et al: Complaint

    Complaint that "seeks to recover damages for Defendants’ willful disregard of Plaintiff's prior perfected security interests in the assets of non-party Ideanomics, Inc. in connection with Osirius’s attempts as an unsecured creditor to collect on a default judgment against Ideanomics" in YA II PN, Ltd., of the Cayman Islands v. Osirius Group LLC and Canfield, Paddock & Stone Plc at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Imperial Pacific International (CNMI) LLC v. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands et al: First Amended Complaint (‘Casino License Dispute’)

    First Amended Complaint in Imperial Pacific International (CNMI) LLC, whose "sole member" was identified as British Virgin Islands-domiciled Best Sunshine International Ltd." v. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Arnold Palacios, governor of CNMI, in his official and personal capacities; Edward C. Deleon Guerrero, Chairman of CCC, in his official and personal capacities; Rafael S. Demapan, Vice Chairman of CCC, in his official and personal capacities; Mariano Taitano, Commissioner of CCC, in his official and personal capacities; Martin Mendiola, Commissioner of CCC, in his official and personal capacities; Ramon M. Dela Cruz, Commissioner of CCC, in his official and personal capacities; Andrew Yeom, Executive Director of CCC, in his official and personal capacities, at the U.S. District Court for the Northern Mariana Islands.