How cryptocurrency assets are becoming a new battleground in divorce disputes

Fighting over money is one thing; dealing with bitcoin and other types of cryptocurrency in a divorce is an entirely different story.

Brazilian tyre co files Chapter 15 to probe “detrimental” transactions

Marangoni Tread’s Brazilian subsidiary is restructuring in Lagoa Santa. A subsidiary of the Italian tyre conglomerate Marangoni has asked a Miami court to recognize bankruptcy proceedings it has entered in Brazil to investigate possible US assets.

Miami Lawyer Wins $22M Judgment for Venezuelan Company Over Civil Theft

Edward H. Davis Jr. of Sequor Law in Miami landed a $22 million judgment for a South American finance company after the court found that Venezuelan businessman Luis Wolkowiez had wrongly taken money from it — allegedly to settle a debt a Miami resident owed him.

8 Florida Cases to Watch in 2019

At the top of 2019, which Florida cases have lawyers checking dockets with bated breath? Here’s a look at eight cases that have gripped local litigators. Where…

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Foreign representative of Brazilian businessman accused of smuggling yacht files Chapter 15 in Miami

The foreign representative of a long-time bankrupt businessman accused of concealing his assets and smuggling a US$30 million yacht into Brazil has filed Chapter 15 recognition proceedings in Miami.

Art, Cars, Parrots and Other Spoils of Miami Fraud Lawyer Edward H. Davis

“Corruption is like an acid eating away the steel understructure of society,” said Edward H. Davis Jr. of Sequor Law, Miami, who’s made it his mission to pursue corrupt politicians and Ponzi-schemers hiding money, boats, sports cars and exotic pets around the globe.”

The $70B loophole, or: How to turn your mansion into an offshore account

In the fall of 2016, Roger Ailes was by all accounts a very wealthy man. Fox News had just pushed him out from the company he built over allegations of sexual harassment, but paid him $40 million for his troubles. So he did what many other rich retirees before him have done: he bought a house in Florida.

Burford Raises $250 M in 24 Hours, Litigation Funding Rolls On

Burford Capital, the world’s largest litigation finance firm, announced this week that it had raised another $250 million in a span of just 24 hours, the latest sign that litigation funding is still booming.

IWIRC announces new board of directors

The International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC) has announced its newly elected and appointed incoming board of directors for 2018 – 2019.