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Santander Holdings USA Inc. asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its effort to win back a $234 million foreign tax credit refund the First Circuit had overturned, arguing that different courts had conflicting rulings on a key component of the case.
The town of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Florida, will get one more shot in its dispute with a landowner over liens on a property bought at a foreclosure sale after an appeals court Wednesday certified the issue as a question of great importance to the Florida Supreme Court.
ING Bank said Tuesday it has signed an agreement to sell its $120 million stake in the loan financing Dakota Access LLC’s controversial crude oil pipeline to an undisclosed buyer, after the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe urged the bank to do so as a message.
The Swiss unit of Arab Bank filed suit in Connecticut federal court Wednesday demanding the “arrest and seizure” of a shipping vessel and $2 million in damages after a botched corn delivery, attempting to obtain “security” while the parties arbitrate in London.
A California federal judge rejected what he called the government's “rough justice” attempt to keep offshore trusts from contesting forfeiture of music rights, real estate and other assets tied to an alleged fraud on Malaysia's sovereign wealth fund, allowing the trustees to file late claims on Wednesday.