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San Miguel Holdings Corp. et al v. Padma Fund LP: Winding Up Petition

Winding Up Petition in San Miguel Holdings Corp., of the Philippines, and Atlantic Aurum Investments BV, of the Netherlands v. Padma Fund LP, described as "a private equity fund which invests in infrastructure projects and companies in Indonesia and in the Philippines", at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

Morley Yachts v. Seminole Marine Ltd.: Petition To Confirm Arbitration Award

Petition to Confirm and Enforce a Foreign Arbitration Award of $1.2 million, plus interest, legal costs, and charges, in Morley Yachts, of Monaco v. Seminole Marine Limited, of the Cayman Islands, and Challenger International LLC, of West Virginia, which "were both created, formed, organized, maintained, owned, capitalized, used and operated for the exclusive benefit of Christopher Cline", who "was killed along with his daughter and five others" in a helicopter crash in the Bahamas last year, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

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.

SC Global Vision Fund SPC v. Oasis Buono Ltd.: Stop Notice

Stop Notice by SC Global Vision Fund SPC, of the Cayman Islands, regarding shares in Oasis Buono Limited, of the Cayman Islands, owned by Aurora Grand Limited, of the British Virgin Islands, filed at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

Fraud charges filed over Cayman firm’s $30M ICO

Criminal and regulatory charges alleging fraud have been brought in New Jersey against Canadian Boaz Manor and Israeli attorney Edith Pardo regarding a $30 million Initial Coin Offering by BCT Inc. SEZC, of the Cayman Islands.

SEC v. Boaz Manor et al: Complaint

Complaint alleging fraud involving a $30 million Initial Coin Offering in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Boaz Manor, a.k.a. Shaun MacDonald, of Toronto, Canada; Edith Pardo, a.k.a. Edith Pardo Mehler, a.k.a. Edith Mehler, of Bloomfield, New Jersey; CG Blockchain, Inc., of New York, NY, and BCT Inc. SECZ, formerly known as BCT Inc., of the Cayman Islands, at the U. S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.

Cayman Enterprise City Ltd. v. Esprezzo Inc. SEZC et al: Complaint

Complaint in Cayman Enterprise City Ltd. v. Esprezzo Inc. SEZC, of the Cayman Islands, and Esprezzo Inc., of Boston, MA, at the Summary Court of the Cayman Islands. Editor's Note: On its website at https://esprezzo.io/, Esprezzo is described as "The developer's bridge to blockchain" and its "Team" is identified as Remy Carpinito, CEO; Alan Wilhelm, Chief Technology Officer; Jialin Luh, "UX Designer"; Kevin Coutu, "Head of Product", and Rita Dillon, "Finance and HR Manager".

Cayman Enterprise City Ltd. v. BCT Inc. SEZC et al: Complaint

Complaint in Cayman Enterprise City Ltd. v. BCT Inc. SEZC and BCT Foundation at the Summary Court of the Cayman Islands. Editor's Note: On its website at www.bct.io, BCT is described as a "blockchain terminal" that provides a "Gateway to the Global Cryptocurrency Market" and "raised $31 million in its 2018 ICO". Research by OffshoreAlert showed that BCT Inc. SEZC was formed in the Cayman Islands on February 9th, 2018 and, in a "Form D" filing with the SEC on June 28th, 2018, BCT Inc. SEZC identified its "Related Persons" as Edith Pardo Mehler, "President", of Bloomfield, New Jersey, and Deborah Cowper, "Executive Officer". BCT SEZC and Edith Pardo are defendants in a fraud complaint filed by the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission at federal court in Newark, New Jersey, on January 17th, 2020. In that complaint, it was alleged that the company's controlling person is Boaz Manor, a citizen of Canada. Manor and Edith Pardo were also each criminally indicted on one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, three counts of wire fraud, and one count of securities fraud at the same court on January 16th, 2020 regarding the same alleged scheme involving BCT.

XiO Fund LLP v. Silicon Valley Bank: Discovery Application

Application by Gwynn Hopkins, of Perun Consultants Limited, in Hong Kong, and Gordon MacRae, of Kalo (Cayman) Limited, of the Cayman Islands, as Joint and Several Interim Receivers of XiO Fund LLP, of the Cayman Islands, to take discovery from Silicon Valley Bank for use in legal proceedings in the Cayman Islands, filed at the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Editor's Note: This discovery application includes, as an exhibit, a copy of the underlying complaint alleging fraud involving hundreds of millions of dollars that was filed under seal at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands on May 8th, 2019 and, eight months later, remains sealed as part of the Cayman Court's secretly-imposed mass-sealing policy - implemented by Chief Justice Anthony Smellie - that conceals from public view even the existence of many cases involving allegations of impropriety and insolvency against the jurisdiction's hedge funds.

Cayman crypto firm Kowala sued for securities fraud in California

Cayman Islands cryptocurrency firm Kowala SEZC and its US-based principals - Eiland Glover, John Reitano, and Walker Willse - are being sued for securities fraud in California regarding 'tokens' known as kCoin for which the defendants allegedly raised more than $3 million but never launched.

Frank McField v. Campbells et al: Writ of Summons

Writ of Summons in Frank Swarres McField v. Campbells, Kirsten Houghton, Ross McDonough, RBC Royal Bank (Bahamas) Limited, RBC Royal Bank (Cayman) Limited, Clyde Allen, Sean Miniter, Woodward DaCosta, a.k.a. Woody DaCosta; and Strand Property Limited at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
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