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Tethyan Copper Company Pty Ltd. v. Aimbridge Hospitality LLC et al: Discovery Application

Application by Tethyan Copper Company Pty Limited, of Australia, to take discovery from Aimbridge Hospitality LLC, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP, and White & Case LLP for use in legal proceedings in the British Virgin Islands that "arise from an arbitral award worth more than $6 billion made on July 12, 2019 under the auspices of the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes in TCC's favor against the Islamic Republic of Pakistan", filed at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Linda Fischer v. Jeffrey Slavet et al: Discovery Application

Ex Parte Application by Linda Fischer, a citizen of Germany residing in the United Kingdom, to take discovery from Jeffrey Slavet, Lombardy 711 Inc., and 111 East 56th Street Inc. for use in legal proceedings in the British Virgin Islands involving allegations of fraud against her brother, Michael Fischer, filed at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Linda Fischer v. XL Funding Inc. et al: Discovery Application

Ex Parte Application by Linda Fischer, a citizen of Germany residing in the United Kingdom, to take discovery from the Estate of Michael D. Fischer, Svetlana Astafurova, XL Funding, Inc., and Blackstone Equities, LLC for use in legal proceedings in the British Virgin Islands involving allegations of fraud against her brother, Michael Fischer, filed at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

BVI court freezes yacht linked with fired Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn

Japanese auto manufacturer Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. has obtained an order in the British Virgin Islands to preserve a yacht called 'Twig' that is linked with its former Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn, who is a citizen of Brazil, France, and Lebanon.

Etienne Blake: News Release Re. Walkers Judgment

News Release by Cayman Islands law firm Etienne Blake regarding summary judgment at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands for their clients, Katia Rabello, Fernando Toledo, Arnage Holdings Ltd., Brooklands Holdings Ltd., and East Farthing Holdings Limited against Walkers law firm.

Arnage Holdings Ltd. et al v. Walkers: Judgment

Judgment in Arnage Holdings Ltd., of the Cayman Islands; Brooklands Holdings Ltd., of the Cayman Islands; East Farthing Holdings Limited, of the Cayman Islands, Katia Rabello, of Brazil, and Fernando Toledo, of Brazil v. Walkers, a Cayman Islands law firm, at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

Martin Kenney v. Jocelyn Bennett et al: Claim Form

Claim Form in Martin S. Kenney, trading as Martin Kenney & Co., Solicitors v. GBS Trustees Limited, of Nevis; Leman Nominee Company, of Nevis; and Jocelyn Bennett, of Switzerland, at the British Virgin Islands High Court.

Martin Kenney et al v. John Bagalini et al: Claim Form

Claim Form in Gymway Holdings Ltd., Martin S. Kenney, in his personal capacity and as sole proprietor of Martin Kenney & Co. Solicitors, and Martin Kenney & Co. Ltd. v. Seii Tai Shogun Ltd. and John A. Bagalini at the British Virgin Islands High Court.

Martin Kenney & Co. v. Roger Corman et al: Petition

Petition to Confirm Arbitration Award in Martin Kenney & Co. v. Roger Corman, Brian Corman, and Bay City Productions, Inc. at the U. S. District Court for the Central District of California.

USA v. Martin Kenney et al: DoJ Letter

Letter from the U. S. Department of Justice to Judge Paul Diamond concerning Martin Kenney and Garrett Kelleher in The Abi Jaoudi and Azar Trading Corp. v. CIGNA Worldwide Insurance Co. at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Martin Kenney et al: Order Dismissing Arrest Warrants

Order dismissing arrest warrants against Martin Kenney and Garrett Kelleher in  The Abi Jaoudi and Azar Trading Corp. v. CIGNA Worldwide Insurance Co. at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

BVI attorney ‘agrees to pay’ $425K to settle failed Liberia asset recovery case

British Virgin Islands-based asset recovery attorney Martin Kenney has agreed "in principle" to pay $425,000 to settle his U. S. liability to CIGNA Worldwide Insurance Company concerning a failed asset recovery attempt on behalf of businesspeople in war-torn Liberia, it was disclosed yesterday in a court filing in the United States.

Garrett Kelleher seeks to sue Deloitte & law firms over litigation funding liabilities

Irish litigation funder Garrett Kelleher intends to sue Deloitte Ireland, four of its principals, and Deloitte Malta over "advice" concerning his $2.85 million investment in a Cayman Islands claim that led to an arrest warrant and estimated $12 million liability against him in the U.S. He is also exploring suing law firms in the U.S., U.K., and Cayman, including Walkers.

Abi Jaoudi and Azar Trading Corp. v. CIGNA Worldwide Insurance Co.: Garrett Kelleher’s Motion to Sue Deloitte Ireland et al

Motion by Garrett Kelleher to join and initiate a third party action against Deloitte Ireland, Deloitte Malta, Ronan McGivern, Kevin O'Heir, John Comerford, and Padraig Cronin, reopen the record to offer evidence regarding his contempt of court, and to conduct an evidentiary hearing to assess his damages and allocate the relative culpability of all contemnors in The Abi Jaoudi and Azar Trading Corp. v. Cigna Worldwide Insurance Co. at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

US prosecutor to seek indictments against asset recovery attorney and litigation funder

After both defendants failed to show up for a hearing two weeks ago on why they should not be held in criminal contempt, the U. S. Department of Justice intends to seek criminal indictments against an asset recovery attorney in the BVI and a litigation funder in Ireland. It would elevate the alleged offense from a misdemeanor to a felony and would seemingly increase the risk of extradition proceedings being initiated, although one defendant said he was confident no extradition attempt would be made and would fail if it was.

USA v. Martin Kenney et al: Arrest Warrants Order

Order for the issuance of arrest warrants to face criminal contempt charge in USA v. Martin Kenney and Garrett Kelleher at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Philadelphia.

You Can’t Run a Ponzi Scheme Without a Bank: Victims Strike Back

Every crook needs a compliant bank. Madoff had JP Morgan ($17.5 billion); Stanford had SG Private Bank (Suisse), HSBC and TD Bank ($5.5 billion); Rothstein had TD Bank ($500 million) ... the list is depressingly long. This session will discuss proven ways to make banks pay up when they have provided services to fraudsters.

The Lure Of The BVI: Why Is It THE Place For Chinese, Russians & Other Foreigners?

For many years, the British Virgin Islands has been the King of Incorporations in the offshore world, proving to be particularly popular with citizens of China and Russia in recent times. This session will look at why the BVI is so attractive to foreigners seeking to set up offshore shell entities, what the jurisdiction offers that rivals don't, what is so appealing about its legal structures, and what they are being used for.

Statute of Limitations – Beware the Snake in the Grass

This session will examine statute of limitation issues from the perspective of a litigant seeking to attack the transfer of funds to a trust set up in 'trust-friendly' jurisdictions, in particular the Cook Islands, The Bahamas, Cyprus and Nevis.
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