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    Barclays Bank Plc et al v. Val Sklarov et al: Complaint

    Complaint alleging "false designation of origin, cybersquatting and trademark dilution" in Barclays Bank Plc, of England, and Barclays Capital Inc., of New York v. Vladimir 'Val' Sklarov, described as a "convicted felon" residing in Florida, and Osman Qureishi, described as a resident of Texas, each individually and d.b.a. 'Shearson Lehman Brothers', 'Shearson Lehman', 'Lehman Brothers', 'Shearson Lehman Brothers Investment Banking', and 'Shearson Lehman Investment Banking'; Black Rock Capital LLC, of the Bahamas; Newburgh Capital Ltd., Lincoln Capital Ltd., of Belize; Lincoln Capital Ltd., of Belize, and Jaitegh 'JT' Singh, described as an attorney based in New York, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Kyko Global, Inc. et al v. Prithvi Information Solutions, Ltd. et al: Complaint

    Complaint in Kyko Global, Inc., Kyko Global GmbH, and Prithvi Solutions, Inc. v. Prithvi Information Solutions, Ltd., Value Team Corporation, SSG Capital Partners I, LP, SSG Capital Management (Hong Kong) Limited, Madhavi Vuppalapati, Anandhan Jayaraman, Shyam Maheshwari, Ira Syavitri Noor, a.k.a. Ira Noor Vourloumis; Dinesh Goel, Wong Ching Him, a.k.a. Edwin Wong; Andreas Vourloumis, and Prithvi Asia Solutions Limited at the U. S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.

    Argentina: Alberto Deleglise et al

    Application for the appointment of a Commissioner - pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from Argentina - to collect evidence for a criminal investigation into Alberto Deleglise, a public accountant; Viviana Cynthia Leiser, Betty Szlachter De Leiser, and Alan Eric Leiser for suspected fraud.

    Insiders snap up depressed Bermuda insurance stocks

    Insiders at two of Bermuda's most stock market-challenged insurers have shown their faith in their companies by buying large quantities of shares on the open market, while many others are selling.

    SCA hit with class actions lawsuits filed by buyers of municipal bonds

    Bermuda-based Security Capital Assurance Ltd., in which XL Capital owns a 46% stake, has been hit with a new wave of class action lawsuits. Already facing class action litigation brought on behalf of shareholders for alleged fraud, the latest lawsuits seek to recover damages on behalf of purchasers of municipal derivatives from January 1, 1992 to the present. The latest class action complaints - numbering three so far - were filed at three different federal courts in the United States from March 12 to April 23, 2008, with eight municipalities or cities and one university as the specimen plaintiffs.

    Spain: Augusto Pinochet Ugarte

    Application for the appointment of a Commissioner for a criminal investigation into Augusto Pinochet Ugarte, Maria Lucia Hiriart Rodriguez, Oscar Custodio Aitken Lavanchy, Marco Antonio Pinochet Hiriart, Maria Soleda Olave Gutierrez, Augusto Osvaldo Pinochet Hiriart, Maria Veronica Molina, Ines Lucia Pinochet Hiriart, Hernan Ubaldo Garcia Barzelatto, Rodrigo Andres Garcia Pinochet, Walter Thieme, Maria Veronica Pinochet Hiriart, Julio Cesar Ponce Lerou, Daniela Veronica Ponce Pinochet, Francisca Lucia Ponce Pinochet, Jacqueline Maria Pinochet Hiriart, Ivan Noguera Phillips, Alejandro Ponce Pinochet, Guillermo Martinez, Maria Jose Martinez Pinochet, Constansa Martinez Pinochet, Jaime Amunategui, Sofia Amunategui Pinochet, Lucia Amunategui Pinochet and others for alleged money laundering.

    Insider Talking: August 7, 2007

    Former offshore services provider Marc Harris, who was sentenced to serve 17 years in prison on May 17, 2004 after being convicted by a jury of conspiracy to defraud the USA, money laundering and tax evasion, turned down a pre-trial offer from prosecutors that would have seen him receive just three years in prison in return for a guilty plea, according to a recently-filed court paper in Miami; New information about what is shaping up to be the latest big offshore hedge fund scandal recently became publicly available in filings at the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, where the U. S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission is trying to close down Lake Shore Asset Management Limited, which is incorporated in Bermuda; and Former offshore specialist Nigel Scott Grant, who once participated in a Nevis-based investment scam while working as an attorney in California, is being sued in Florida for allegedly failing to pay legal fees of $16,125 to a Miami-based law firm, Levey, Airan, Shevin, Roen, Kelso, Corona & Herrera LLP.

    Offshore hedge fund group refuses to turn over records, claims US regulator

    A contempt of court motion has been filed in the United States against a Bermuda-based firm that manages several hedge funds registered in the British Virgin Islands and also has ties to Canada and Switzerland.Lake Shore Asset Management Limited, which is believed to manage at least $466 million, has refused to turn over documents to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission in breach of a Statutory Ex-Parte Restraining Order issued seven days earlier, stated the regulator in its contempt motion at the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois on July 3, 2007.

    Venezuela: Banco Capital

    Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation in Venezuela involving Banco Capital.

    Insider Talking: March 31, 2004

    A company formed by British investment fraudsters Lincoln Fraser and Jared Brook to disrupt the administration liquidation of their failed Imperial Consolidated Group, including perpetrating an asset recovery fraud against Imperial's investors, is about to go the way of most,

    Latin America Round-Up: December 31, 2002

    ARGENTINA: The long Argentinean "culebrón"; COLOMBIA: Life insurance as laundering instrument; COSTA RICA: Frauds unlimited; NICARAGUA: Lehman Brothers investigated; Money laundering surge; PANAMA: Fraudulent bankruptcies galore; and PERU: Lasnaud's "Montesinos" connection.