Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence from Fidelity Bank - pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from Portugal - for a criminal investigation into Yoel 'Jack' Goldenberg "for a market manipulation scheme" involving Chartwell Pharmaceuticals LLC and Companhia Industrial Produtora de Antibióticos, S.A.
Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in the Cayman Islands by Kenneth Krys and Angela Barkhouse, of KRyS Global, as the Foreign Representatives of OneTRADEx Ltd. (in Provisional Liquidation), at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. Editor's Note: This publicly-available petition in the United States contains information about a case that is entirely sealed at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands, where there is no public record that the case even exists, much less what it is about. It is part of a secrecy policy implemented by Cayman's Chief Justice, Anthony Smellie, in which dozens of winding-up petitions are sealed to conceal allegations of insolvency and impropriety.
Reasons for Ruling Granting a Restraining Order Against the International Tropical Timber Organization In the Matter of Ardent Harmony Fund Inc. at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Writ of Summons in Burns Bodden v. Alfred Earl Dale Bodden, Clitey Vinnette Christian, and Sheila Venica Christian at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Reasons for Judgment in Gray1 CPB, LLC v. GulfStream Finance, Inc., Bruce Elieff, and Kathy Elieff at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Ex Parte Originating Summons in Gray1 CPB, LLC v. Gulfstream Finance, Inc., Bruce Elieff, and Kathy Elieff at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Specially Endorsed Writ or Summons filed by Kenneth Lloyd Clarke and Nigel Vivian Clarke against Tracey Brown at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Ex-Parte Originating Summons in Gray1 CPB, LLC v. Gulfstream Finance Inc., Bruce Elieff and Kathy Elieff at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Computer programmer Christopher John Donnachie has been ordered to pay legal costs of $808,653 to a Bahamas banking group from which he tried to extort money. The costs against Donnachie, a British national believed to be residing in the Turks & Caicos Islands, and his Panamanian-registered firm, Pandon Technology S. A., were awarded by Bahamas Supreme Court on December 1, 2004.
A programmer who caused his former employer's computer system to crash in the Cayman Islands shortly after resigning and then demanded money to fix it has lost a court judgment.Christopher John Donnachie "unlawfully placed a blocking device" in software used by British American Card Company Ltd., ruled Bahamas Supreme Court Justice Hugh Small on June 5, 2002.