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    Britannic Assets Ltd. v. Palantir Technologies Inc.: Discovery Application (Liechtenstein)

    Application by Britannic Assets Ltd., of the British Virgin Islands, to take discovery from Palantir Technologies Inc. for legal proceedings in Liechtenstein styled as 'Britannic Assets Ltd, et ano. v. Accuro Fund Solutions AG, Liechtensteinische Landesbank AG and Jan Hartmann", filed at the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado.

    Drug trafficker fights for control of Liechtenstein assets

    A convicted drug trafficker who laundered his criminal proceeds through accounts in the Bahamas, Liechtenstein and Panama has allegedly reneged on a deal to turn over his assets to the U. S. Government.Details are contained in a forfeiture complaint that

    Insider Talking: August 3, 2005

    Banc Caribe liquidator & National Bank of Dominica settle litigation with Cash 4 Titles receiver; former house painter Russell Cline enters into plea agreement in Oregon concerning fraud and money laundering charges; and US authorities continue with attempt to seize assets of former Ukraine Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko.

    Sandra V. Boylan et al v. Kevin McGeever et al: Complaint

    Complaint in Sandra V. Boylan, Aidan J. Greaney, Paul A. Carnegie, Kevin Cleary, Dale Cochard, John R. Combes, Cynthia Crough, Robert Drake, Eddie Ewell, Ruth Frank, Daniel Zlotnick, Roger Gilmore, Jaime Hamame, Linda Hoitt, Jerry Holladay, Kenyield Limited, Curt Landberg, Helen Louros, Marlow, Davis & Byrd, Ltd., William D. McPeak, Mid America Capital Trust, Ida Ruth Morehouse, Stephen Schulte, Douglas Shortt, A. G. Skinner, Robert Stein, and Paul W. Vandermolen, Jr. v. Kevin McGeever, Douglas Johnson, James C. Sexton, Kenneth J. Adler, Liechtensteinische Landesbank, Gabriel Marxer, James McKiernan, Michael Miller, Raiffeissen Bank, Rudolf Ritter, and James C. Sexton, Jr. at the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.

    Liechtenstein moves to freeze alleged crime proceeds

    The authorities in Liechtenstein have started criminal proceedings to seize US$6 million and other assets that allegedly belong to a convicted drug trafficker in the United States.Jeffrey B. Collins is believed to control US$4.296 million at Centrum Bank AG and US$2.3 million at Liechtensteinische Landesbank AG.

    USA v. James Carroll Sexton et al: Criminal Indictment

    Indictment in USA v. James Carroll Sexton, James Carroll Sexton, Jr., a.k.a. Jimmy Sexton; Rudolf Walter Ritter, and Egon Walter Fink at the U. S. District Court for the Central District of California.

    Switzerland: Gunter Tschudinet al

    Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation in Switzerland into alleged fraud, theft and money laundering by Gunter Tschudin, Gabriele Borjan, Raymond Schmitt and Luigi Piffaretti.

    Switzerland: Lothar Trinks at al

    Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation in Switzerland into Lothar Trinks and Christina Kaiser for alleged fraud, embezzlement, disloyal management of business, forgery of documents, and money laundering.

    St. Vincent: Money Talks and Nano Walks

    A claim by St Vincent &the Grenadines that it is serious about combating financial crime was dealt a blow on November 22 when it allowed suspected money launderer Thierry Nano to avoid an arrest warrant.Nano flew from the island on

    Insider Talking: April 30, 2001

    Attorney David Hampton Tedder, 54, who has spent much of his career involved in offshore finance, including several dubious ventures, is no longer licensed to practice law in the United States. Records kept by the State Bar of California, where