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    Oussama El Omari v. Dechert LLP et al: Complaint (‘Hacking’)

    Complaint alleging hacking in Oussama El Omari, a former director of Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone Authority, in the United Arab Emirates v. Dechert LLP, a law firm; Nicholas Paul del Rosso, described as a private investigator, and Vital Management Services Inc. at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Cameron Findlay v. Nicholas Del Rosso et al: Discovery Application (England)

    Application by Cameron Findlay, described as "a citizen of the United Kingdom" who "was the subject of a sustained electronic hacking attempt", to take discovery from Vital Management Services Inc., described as "a company that purports to provide investigative services, located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina", and Nicholas Del Rosso, described as "the president, owner, and sole employee of Vital", for use in legal proceedings in England "against the law firm Dechert LLP and a former Dechert partner, Neil Gerrard", filed at the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina.

    Jay Solomon v. Dechert LLP et al: Complaint (‘Fraud, Extortion & Hacking’)

    Complaint "for the damages the Plaintiff has suffered as a result of the Defendants’ conspiracy, racketeering, mail and wire fraud, personal injury, tortious interference with Plaintiff’s business relationships, entitlements and resultant damages and related torts, which includes Defendants conspiring with others, illegal hacking, kidnapping, perjury, witness tampering, obstruction of justice, extortion, money laundering and theft of highly confidential information, documents, and materials" in Jonathan 'Jay' Solomon, who "was a chief foreign affairs correspondent for The Wall Street Journal" v. Dechert LLP, "a global law firm"; David Neil Gerrard, of England, who was "co-head of Dechert's White Collar Compliance and Investigations practice"; David Graham Hughes, of England, "a lawyer and former Dechert partner"; Nicholas Del Rosso, Vital Management Services Inc., Amit Forlit, of Israel; Israel Insight Analysis, SDC-Gadot LLC, Amir Handjani, Andrew Frank, and KARV Communications Inc. at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

    Farhad Azima et al v. Dechert LLP et al: Complaint (‘Racketeering’)

    Complaint alleging "a sophisticated and organized group of individuals and entities led by Neil Gerrard engaged in a global campaign against perceived enemies of Ras Al Khaimah, a client of Dechert LLP" in Farhad Azima, described as "a successful entrepreneur" who has "founded and built numerous successful companies over the course of almost 50 years, including serving as chairman and CEO of multiple airlines"; ALG Transportation Inc., Main 3260 LLC, FFV W39 LLC, and FFV Development LLC v. Dechert LLP, David Neil Gerrard, David Graham Hughes, Nicholas del Rosso, Vital Management Services Inc., Amit Forlit, Insight Analysis and Research LLC, SDC-Gadot LLC, Amir Handjani, Andrew Frank, and KARV Communications at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Karam Al Sadeq et al v. Nicholas Del Rosso et al: Discovery Application (England)

    Application by Karam Salah Al Din Awni Al Sadeq and Stokoe Partnership Solicitors to take discovery from Nicholas Del Rosso and Vital Management Services Inc. for use in legal proceedings in England styled as 'Karam Salah Al Din Awni Al Sadeq v. Dechert, LLP, Neil Gerrard, David Hughes, and Caroline Black' and 'Stokoe Partnership Solicitors v. Mr. Patrick Tristram Finucane Grayson, Grayson + Co Limited, Mr. Stuart Robert Page, and Page Corporate Investigations Limited', filed at the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina.