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Jing Zhang et al v. Xueyuan Han et al: TRO Motion

Proposed Ex Parte Order to Show Cause for Temporary Restraining Order in Jing Zhang, Wei Fan, Minglian Zhang, and Jun Zhou, all of China v. Xueyuan Han, a.k.a. Hank Han, described as a citizen of China with an address in New York; Hanfor Holdings Co., Ltd., of the British Virgin Islands; HF Holdings Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Hanfor Capital Management Co., Ltd., of China; Nuoyuan Capital Management Company Ltd., of China; George Xu, of New York; Junjun Feng, described as a citizen of China with an address in New York; Wennan Ao, described as a citizen of China with an address in New York; BZ Industrial (China), BZ Industrial (BVI), BZ Industrial (Cayman Islands), Hanfor (Cayman) Limited, of the Cayman Islands; HFRE LLC, of New York; HF Capital Management Cay Inc., of the Cayman Islands; HF Cosmopolitan Beta L.P., of the Cayman Islands, and Hengtai Securities Co., Ltd., described as "a Chinese company publicly traded in Hong Kong", at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

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Litigation;Securities & Investment



Xueyuan Han;Hanfor Holdings Co., Ltd.;HF Holdings Limited;Hanfor Capital Management Co., Ltd.;Nuoyuan Capital Management Company Ltd.;George Xu;Junjun Feng;Wennan Ao;BZ Industrial (China);BZ Industrial (Virgin Islands);BZ Industrial (Cayman Islands);Hanfor (Cayman) Limited;HFRE LLC;HF Capital Management Cay Inc.;HF Cosmopolitan Beta L.P.;Hengtai Securities Co., Ltd.


Court Name - US Federal:

New York - Southern District Court





Jing Zhang;Wei Fan;Minglian Zhang;Jun Zhou



February 24, 2021


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