AMS Trust

Jing Zhang et al v. Xueyuan Han et al: First Amended Complaint

First Amended Complaint alleging fraud 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.

Podalarius Holdings Ltd. v. Sze Ching Ha et al: Claim Form

Claim Form in Podalarius Holdings Limited, of the British Virgin Islands v. Sze Ching Ha, of Hong Kong, and Asia Energy Investment Limited, of the British Virgin Islands High Court, at the British Virgin Islands High Court.

Campbells v. Global-IP Cayman: Winding-Up Petition

Winding Up Petition in Campbells, a Cayman Islands law firm v. Global-IP Cayman, which is allegedly owned by STM Atlantic NV, of the Netherlands; Steadyspace Limited, of the British Virgin Islands and the Netherlands, and Umar Javed, of Anaheim, California, at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

Dmitry Ivanchenko et al v. Katton Ltd. et al: Claim Form

Claim Form in Dmitry Ivanchenko, of Russia; Tatiana Gorodilova, of Cyprus; Alkmini Pantazi, of Cyprus; Antonis Mylonas, of Cyprus, and Erika Vitkute, of Cyprus v. Katton Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Normark Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Shorleson Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Alexander Rubtsov, of Russia; Olga Evstafyeva, of Russia; Andreas Petrou, of Cyprus; Birstow Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Mowebray Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Lascorp Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Nequam Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Marina Rubtsova, of Russia; Viadelle International Assets Ltd., of the British Virgin Islands; Mistyfield Limited, of Cyprus; Dansvel International Ltd., of the British Virgin Islands; Hallcox Investments Ltd., of the British Virgin Islands; Steeltechno LLC, of Russia; S.T. Staltekhnologien Des 21. Jahrhunderts Limited, of Cyprus; Park Babushkina LLC, of Russia; Inapp Limited, of Cyprus; Wilten Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Belleman Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Middiall Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Fideler Limited, of the British Virgin Islands; Steel-Techno LLC, of Russia, and Dovanas Enterprises Limited, of Cyprus, at the British Virgin Islands High Court.

Madoff Trustee sues offshore funds and banks for $405M

Bernard Madoff's Bankruptcy Trustee has sued three British Virgin Islands domiciled hedge funds and two offshore banks in Bermuda and Gibraltar in an attempt to recover $405 million that he claims they collectively redeemed from the Ponzi scheme shortly before

US drops tax fraud lawsuit against xélan & affiliates

Just a few weeks after losing a key court ruling that unfroze $500 million of assets, the U. S. government has dropped a civil lawsuit against several parties it suspects of helping medical professionals evade taxes. The government filed notice at the U. S. District Court for the Central District of California on December 16, 2004 that it intended to dismiss without prejudice its action against Doctors Benefit Insurance Company Ltd., of Barbados; xélan Inc,. of California, and related parties.

US court lifts freeze order against offshore insurer

In a blow to the IRS, a United States court has dismissed a receiver and lifted an asset freeze order against a Barbados-licensed insurer which is being investigated for alleged tax evasion.The ruling at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of California on December 3 unfroze more than $500 million of assets belonging to Doctors Benefit Insurance Company Ltd.

US indicts Jerome Schneider and Eric Witmeyer

Offshore promoter Jerome Schneider and his alleged business partner, Eric J. Witmeyer, are expected to be arraigned next week after they were criminally indicted in the United States.Although they were indicted on December 19, 2002, neither was required to put in a court appearance by year-end, which prosecutors said was due to the difficulties of the Holiday season.