November 2017

By Adam Pollock November 30, 2017, 11:50 AM EST Law360, New York (November 30, 2017, 11:50 AM EST) — In recent weeks, news outlets around the world have reported on the “Paradise Papers.” This 13-million-file trove of documents, spanning some 60 years, was leaked — or stolen — from Appleby Global, which holds itself out […]

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Mulroney travelled far and wide to solicit donations for the institute, MacDonald said. “There are very few people in this country that can pick up the phone with a Rolodex like Brian Mulroney.” Some of Canada’s biggest companies appear on the institute’s donor list, including BMO, CIBC, Scotiabank, TD Financial and Magna. Individual donors include […]

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MEPs from the PANA and LIBE committees of the European Parliament are in Malta holding meetings with various top officials, following a rule of law debate held in the European Parliament. At 9am, the delegation started their day by meeting Attorney General Peter Grech and various FIAU officials. The meeting is ongoing.  Later, they are […]

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Democratic Party leader Anthony Buttigieg has asked the court to take into its possession the Panama Papers cache handed over by the German police. In a court application filed this morning, Buttigieg said the information could be relevant to the magisterial inquiry into allegations of kickbacks from the cash for passports scheme made against the […]

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The Paradise Papers leak in November was an investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists which sought to expose how politicians, corporations and high-net-worth individuals use complex financial structures in off-shore jurisdictions to hide their wealth and benefit from off-shore tax rules. Around 13.4m confidential documents, covering the period 1950 to 2016, were leaked. […]

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B.C. Attorney General David Eby has ordered ICBC to investigate a number of car accident and injury claim cases after reviewing an investigative report provided by Postmedia News. Postmedia’s review of civil forfeiture cases involving a Vancouver used auto dealer, and numerous individual car accident and ICBC claims cases, points to a network of individuals […]

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German police will pass on a cache of Panama Papers data to the magistrate leading the inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder, German sources told MaltaToday. The information will be handed over by the German federal crime police (BKA) to Magistrate Anthony Vella, who will evaluate the data for any possible links to the Caruana […]

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Theresa May discussed the Paradise Papers with the leaders of 10 British overseas territories at their annual gathering in Downing Street on Tuesday, with the prime minister urging further action to combat tax avoidance. A cross-party group of 12 MPs wrote to the prime minister last week requesting she set a deadline for tax haven […]

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IT teams on Tuesday swooped down on three business groups, which had interests in metals, food processing, financial services and others. Income Tax Department conducted searches at over 25 locations in Delhi and the NCR in connection with its tax evasion probe into the Panama Papers leak cases. Official sources said, IT teams on Tuesday […]

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