Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence from Meta Platforms Inc. - pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from San Marino - for use in a criminal investigation into "an unknown suspect for unauthorized access to a computer system and impersonation offenses".
Abdul Hussain Jaffar Rahmatallah Al Lawati et al v. Montague Morgan Slade Ltd. et al: Second Amended Complaint
Second Amended and Supplemental Complaint filed by Abdul Hussain Jaffar Rahmatallah Al Lawati , Martin Baerschmidt, Guy Coghlan, Colin Jobe, Kevin Kapland, Vinico Fashion LLC, David Shaun Killa, Maheshchandra Purshottam Pawani, Michael Peers, MK Investment Services Limited, Mutrah Insofoam Co. (S.A.O.C.), Paulo Alexandre Da Costa Pereira, Steel Panel LLC, Ramesh Sajnani, Tulsidas Sajnani and Don Surrendra against Montague Morgan Slade Ltd., Anthony Heald; Julia Heald, Michael Brown; Brown Family Trust; Gordon Spedding; Mo-Mo-Mama Direct Access Trading; Mo-Mo Mama Ltd.; Mo-Mo-Mama Direct Access Trading LLC; Montague Morgan Slade Absolute Performance Fund Plc; Montague Morgan Slade Highly Diversified Fund Plc; Montague Morgan Slade 1095 Fund Plc; MMS Private Clients; MMS Private Clients FZE; MMS Private Clients FZC; Montague Morgan Slade Limited (Hong Kong); M.F. Montague Morgan Slade; Montague Morgan Slade Holdings Limited; Montague Morgan Slade S.L.; Micklegate Investments (BVI) Ltd.; Mark Hilliard; Mark Hilliard & Company; Peter Rigby: JST Lawyers; Keith Park Solicitors, B.M.H. Management S.A., SCF Secretarial Services S.A., ExPat Solutions Group; Emirates FX; Stephen White; Martin Kinsey; Vincent Hillsdon, Alan Toal, Coutts De Vere Holdings; Coutts De Vere Systems, Ltd.; Euroamerican Financial Association Ltd.; IP Investments Limited; Debra Ann Steel; Winfox Consulting; William P. Bonney; and G. Bonney at New York State Supreme Court.
Application by the USA for the issuance of a letter rogatory to San Marino to collect evidence for a criminal investigation into David H. Brooks, Sandra Hatfield, Jeffrey Brooks and others for suspected securities fraud, tax fraud and other offenses.
The high stakes poker game between onshore and offshore governments lost six players recently but another 35 have 12 months to decide whether the OECD is bluffing with the threat of sanctions.Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Cyprus, Malta, Mauritius and San Marino have all signed an 'Advanced Letter of Commitment' agreeing to co-operate with international tax investigations.