Miscellaneous

Crédito Real SAB de CV: Supplemental Declaration

Supplemental Declaration of lawyer Juan Pablo Estrada Michel for Chapter 15 for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in Mexico by Robert Wagstaff, as the Foreign Representative of Crédito Real S.A.B. de C.V., described in the Chapter 15 Petition as "a leading specialty finance company based in Mexico City, Mexico" that operates, among other places, "in Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and the United States", filed at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

Tether and Bitfinex Crypto Asset Litigation: Letter Motion (‘Discovery Disputes’)

Letter Motion by plaintiffs regarding a discovery dispute in a case styled as ‘Tether and Bitfinex Crypto Asset Litigation’ in David Leibowitz et al v. iFinex Inc., a.k.a. Bitfinex; DigFinex Inc., BFXNA Inc., BFXWW Inc., Tether International Limited, Tether Operations Limited, Tether Holdings Limited, all of the British Virgin Islands; Tether Limited, of Hong Kong; Ludovicus Jan van der Velde, a citizen of the Netherlands, and Giancarlo Devasini, a citizen of Italy, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Three Arrows Capital Ltd.: Chapter 15 Hearing Presentation

Chapter 15 Hearing Presentation by Russell Crumples and Christopher Farmer, as the Foreign Representatives of Three Arrows Capital Ltd., a British Virgin Islands-domiciled, Singapore-based crypto hedge fund, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

Radical Investments Ltd. v. Good Vibrations Entertainment LLC et al: Motion to File Second Amended Complaint (‘$12M COVID Vaccine Scam’)

Plaintiff's Motion for Leave to File Second Amended Complaint alleging the plaintiff "was deceptively lured into an elaborate scam to advance the sum of 12.2 million U.S. dollars for one million nonexistent doses of AstraZeneca vaccine" for COVID-19 and to add James L. Scott, a lawyer in Michigan, and Warner Norcross + Judd LLP, a law firm in Michigan, as defendants for alleged malpractice in Radical Investments Ltd., a St. Lucia company based in Barbados v. Good Vibrations Entertainment LLC, of Florida; Alex Lee Moore, a.k.a. Flex Moore; Prestige Pegasus LLC, of Colorado; Moniladae Coley, a.k.a. Moniladai Coley; Charles Stein, a.k.a. Charlie Stein, a lawyer in California, and Davidovich Stein Law Group LLC, a law firm California, at the U. S. District Court for the Central District of California.

Benjamin Bin Chow v. Canyon Bridge Capital Partners LLC et al: Notice of Removal

Notice of Removal, including a copy of the complaint, in Benjamin Bin Chow v. Canyon Bridge Capital Partners LLC, of the Cayman Islands; Canypn Bridge Capital Management LLC, of Delaware; Canyon Bridge Fund I LP, of the Cayman Islands; Hong John Kao, Heber Raymond Bingham, and Peter Chin Kuo at the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware.

Three Arrows Capital Ltd.: Emergency Motion for Provisional Relief

Emergency Motion for Provisional Relief by Russell Crumpler and Christopher Farmer, as the Foreign Representatives of Three Arrows Capital Ltd., a cryptocurrency hedge fund based in Singapore, at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

USA v. Andrew Fahie: Motion to Extend Deadlines

Motion to Extend Deadlines that, inter alia, confirms the defendant was released from custody on June 13th, 2022 in USA v. Andrew Fahie, a former Premier of the British Virgin Islands, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

USA v. Andrew Fahie: Waiver of Extradition

Waiver of Extradition and Other Processes in USA v. Andrew Fahie, a former Premier of the British Virgin Islands, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Johnson Family Trust et al v. Saba Capital Management LP et al: TRO Motion

Motion for Temporary Restraining Order in Charles B. Johnson, as Trustee of the Johnson Family Trust and Templeton Global Income Fund v. Saba Capital Management LP, Saba Capital Management GP LLC, Saba Capital Master Fund Ltd., of the Cayman Islands; Boaz R. Weinstein, Karen Caldwell, Ketu Desal, Mark Hammitt, and Anatoly Nakum, as Defendants, and First Coast Results Inc., as Nominal Defendant, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

USA v. Andrew Fahie: Nebia Proffer

Nebbia Proffer, including an affidavit from Albion 'Bobby' Hodge, a dual citizen of the United Kingdom and USA, "in support of the evidence of the source of funds used to pay for the premium for the corporate surety bond" in USA v. Andrew Fahie, a former Premier of the British Virgin Islands, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

LCX AG v. John Does: TRO Motion (‘$8M Crypto Theft’)

Motion for a Temporary Restraining Order regarding the alleged theft of $8 million of virtual assets in LCX AG, described as "a virtual asset service provider in Liechtenstein" v. John Does at the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York.

Vistra Group Holdings (BVI) Ltd. et al v. Zurich Insurance Plc et al: Defense

Defense in Vistra Group Holdings (BVI) Limited, Vistra Group Holdings (BVI) III Limited, Vistra International Expansion (USA) Inc., and Vistra Group Holdings (BVI) I Limited v. Zurich Insurance Plc, Lloyd’s Syndicate No. 3000 MKL, Markel Insurance SE, International General Insurance Company (UK) Limited, Lloyd’s Insurance Company S.A., Riverstone Managing Agency Limited, Markel Insurance SE T4405, Endurance Worldwide Insurance Ltd., Allied World Assurance Company, Allianz Global Corporate and Specialty SE, Lloyd’s Syndicate No. 1919 CVS., Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A., HCC International Insurance Company Plc, Tokio Marine Europe S.A., Liberty Corporate Capital Limited, and Lloyd’s Underwriter Syndicate No. 5000 TRV at the High Court of Justice of England and Wales.

Samir Andrawos v. Damian Gomez et al: TRO Motion

Chapter 11 Trustee's Motion for an order enforcing the automatic stay and granting a preliminary injunction in Lawrence Katz, as Chapter 11 Trustee for the Bankruptcy Estate of Samir Andrawos v. Damian Gomez and Charles Mackay, both lawyers in the Bahamas, at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland.

SEC v. Mining Capital Coin et al: TRO Motion

Motion for Temporary Restraining Order regarding an alleged cryptocurrency-based investment fraud in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. MCC International Corp., d.b.a. Mining Capital Coin Corp., of Massachusetts; CPTLCoin Corp., of Massachusetts; Bitchain Exchanges, described as "an unincorporated organization or association"; Luiz Carlos Capuci Jr., a.k.a. Junior Caputti, described as a citizen of Brazil and the USA residing in Port St. Lucie, Florida, and Emerson Sousa Pires, described as a citizen and resident of Brazil, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Nuri Musaed Al Saleh et al v. Fawzi Musaed Al Saleh et al: Motion to Recognize UAE Freezing Order

Motion to Ex Parte Recognition of Foreign Freezing Order "issued on November 30, 2021 by the Court of the Dubai International Financial Centre in the United Arab Emirates" in Nuri Musaed Al Saleh, of Kuwait, and Sandra Holding Ltd., of the Cayman Islands v. Fawzi Musaed Al Saleh, described as a citizen of Kuwait; Ahmed Fawzi Al Saleh, described as a citizen of Kuwait and the United Kingdom; Yasmine Fawzi Al Saleh, described as a citizen of Kuwait residing in the USA, and Farah El Merabi, described as a citizen of Lebanon residing in Kuwait, at Massachusetts Superior Court, for Middlesex County.

Aberdeen City Council et al v. SEC: Motion to Compel Subpoena Compliance (‘Under Armour Securities Fraud’)

Motion to Compel Compliance With Subpoena regarding an investigation into alleged securities fraud by Under Armour Inc. and related parties in Aberdeen City Council, as Administrating Authority for the North East Scotland Pension Fund, of Scotland; Monroe County Employees' Retirement System, of Michigan, and KBC Asset Management NV, of Belgium v. U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission at the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

USA v. Robert Brockman: Transcript of Competency Hearing

Transcript of Competency Hearing in USA v. Robert T. Brockman, who has been criminally charged with conspiracy to defraud the USA, tax evasion, wire fraud, FBAR violations, money laundering, evidence tampering, and destruction of evidence regarding an alleged scheme to conceal approximately $2 billion of capital gains income and involving entities and accounts in Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Nevis, and Switzerland, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.

Athena Bitcoin Global v. Shaun Overton et al: Notice of Removal (‘El Salvador’s ‘Bitcoin as Legal Tender’ Project’)

Notice of Removal by the defendants in Athena Bitcoin Global, described as a Nevada-domiciled, Chicago-based company which "has been operating in the Republic of El Salvador assisting the government with the implementation of "Ley Bitcoin" which legalized bitcoin as legal tender" v. Shaun Overton, Neidy Overton, ROI Developers Inc., d.b.a. Accruvia; and unknown individuals and companies at the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.

Ukraine v. Tatneft: Motion to Quash Subpoenas (citing “Russia’s imminently threatened invasion of Ukraine”)

Notice of Ukraine's Motion to Quash or Modify Third-Party Subpoenas served on 52 financial institutions, claiming that "in the context of Russia’s imminently threatened invasion of Ukraine, a Russian oil company with close ties to the Russian government should not be permitted to use discovery in aid of a judgment as a pretext for demanding sensitive information bearing on Ukraine’s military, national security, and monetary stability" in Ukraine v. PAO Tatneft at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Radical Investments Ltd. v. Good Vibrations Entertainment LLC et al : Counter-Complaint by Good Vibrations et al

Answer, Counter-Complaint, and Cross-Claim of Good Vibrations Entertainment LLC and Alex Lee Moore in Radical Investments Ltd., a St. Lucia-domiciled company based in Barbados v. Good Vibrations Entertainment LLC, of Florida; Alex Lee Moore, a.k.a. Flex Moore; Prestige Pegasus LLC, of Colorado; Moniladae Coley, a.k.a. Moniladai Coley; Charles Stein, a.k.a. Charlie Stein, a lawyer in California; Davidovich Stein Law Group LLC, a law firm California, and RDS Cargo Group DWC LLC, described in the complaint as a Polish company based in the United Arab Emirates, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Barclays Plc et al v. FX Transparency LLC: Motion to Compel Subpoena Response

Motion to Compel Subpoena Response from FX Transparency LLC for use in legal proceedings "against Barclays and other of 'the world’s largest banks' arising out of an alleged conspiracy to manipulate foreign exchange rates in 'the world’s largest and most active financial market'" in Barclays Plc, Barclays Bank Plc, and Barclays Capital Inc. v. FX Transparency LLC at the U. S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

Ally Financial Inc. v. Markel Bermuda Ltd. et al: Notice of Removal

Notice of Removal, including a copy of the complaint in which "Ally seeks coverage under excess bankers professional liability insurance policies issued by Defendants for a settlement under which Ally agreed to pay $87,500,000 and forgive $700 million in loan debt", by U.S. Specialty Insurance Company in Ally Financial Inc. v. U.S. Specialty Insurance Company, Illinois National Insurance Company, and Markel Bermuda Ltd., of Bermuda, at the U. S. District Court for the District of Delaware.

Steven Kowalski v. Binance Holdings Ltd. et al: Brandon Ng & Cookie Choi’s Motion for Attorney’s Fees and Costs

Motion for Attorney's Fees and Costs by Brandon Ng and Cookie Choi after a Temporary Asset Freeze Order against them was dismissed in a case in which they have been accused of stealing Bitcoin worth $80 million in Steven Paul Kowalski, a citizen of Australia residing in Dubai, United Arab Emirates v. Binance Holdings Ltd., of the Cayman Islands; BAM Trading Services Inc., d.b.a. Binance US, of Delaware; Binance Asia Services Pte Ltd., of Singapore; Payward Inc., d.b.a. Kraken; Payward Ventures Inc., of Delaware; Brandon Chun Yin Ng, described as a citizen of the United States residing in Texas; Hiu Lam Cookie Choi, described as a citizen of Hong Kong residing in Texas; Wai Kit Lo and Lee Kei Lau, described as citizens and residents of Hong Kong; Nurlan Neqmat Ogly Guliev and Oksana Aleksandrovna Dolgopolova, described as citizens and residents of Russia, at the Circuit Court of the 11th Judicial Circuit, in and for Miami-Dade County, Florida.

Radical Investments Ltd. v. Charles Stein et al: Stein’s Motion to Dismiss

Motion to Quash Service and Dismiss Complaint by Charles Stein and Davidovich Stein Law Group LLP regarding an alleged $6.7 million fraud involving “non-existent doses” of a COVID-19 vaccine “for the purpose of vaccinating nearly 300,000 citizens of the island of Barbados” in Radical Investments Ltd., described as a St. Lucia company based in Barbados v. Good Vibrations Entertainment LLC, of Florida; Alex Lee Moore, a.k.a. Flex Moore; Prestige Pegasus LLC, of Colorado; Moniladae Coley, a.k.a. Moniladai Coley; Charles Stein, a.k.a. Charlie Stein, a lawyer in California, and Davidovich Stein Law Group LLC, a law firm California, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

InterCap America LLC v. Dennis Klemming: Notice of Voluntary Dismissal

Notice of Voluntary Dismissal as to Defendant Dennis Klemming in InterCap America LLC v. Dennis Klemming, Prudent Corporate Finance LLC, and Latin American Equity Sports LLC at the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and for Miami-Dade County, Florida.

SEC v. Metavine Pty. Ltd.: Settlement

Stipulation Consenting to Judgment in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Metavine Pty. Ltd., of Australia, at the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of California.