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Centaur Litigation SPC et al: Judgment

Judgment In the Matters of Centaur Litigation SPC, Centaur Litigation Limited, and Centaur Litigation Unit Series 1 Limited at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

Mood Media Corporation: Chapter 15 Petition

Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in Canada by Michael F. Zendan II, as the Foreign Representative of Mood Media Corporation, Convergence LLC, DMX Holdings LLC, DMX Residential Holdings LLC, DMX Residential LLC, DMX LLC, Mood Media North America Holdings Corp., Mood Media North America LLC, Mood US Acquisition1 LLC, Muzak Capital LLC, Muzak Holdings LLC, Muzak LLC, Servicenet Exp LLC, Technomedia NY LLC, and Technomedia Solutions LLC, at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

Centaur Litigation Ltd. et al v. Scott Williams: Complaint

Complaint in Centaur Litigation Limited, Centaur Litigation Unit Series 1 Ltd., and Centaur Litigation SPC v. Trent Scott Wallace Strong, a.k.a. Scott Campbell Fisher, a.k.a. Scott Williams, at the Federal Court of Australia.

Centaur Litigation SPC et al v. Brendan Terrill: Complaint

Complaint in Centaur Litigation SPC, Centaur Litigation Limited, and Centaur Litigation Unit Series 1 Limited, all in Official Liquidation in the Cayman Islands v. Brendan Mark John Terrill, of London, England, at the High Court of Justice of England and Wales,

Buttonwood Legal Capital fraud victims asked for another £14 m to finance ‘rescue fund’

Investors who have already been swindled out of £98 million in a litigation funding scam by Buttonwood Legal Capital are being asked to invest a further £14.63 million to finance a Cayman Islands-domiciled 'rescue fund' set up by Simon Franklin, Stuart Hackett, and Klaus Selinger, who were all involved with the Buttonwood scheme before its collapse. 

Buttonwood says it has sued ex-managers Brendan Terrill & Scott Williams for fraud

Litigation funding firm Buttonwood Legal Capital - which perpetrated a £97 million fraud against investors - says it has brought a lawsuit in the British Virgin Islands against former managers Brendan Terrill and Scott Williams for allegedly siphoning off funds. The case has apparently been sealed by the BVI High Court.