Financier's Family Taps Cadwalader in $3B 'Wolf of Wall Street' Money Laundering Case

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The family members of a Malaysian financier at the center a $3.5 billion money laundering case involving the film "The Wolf of Wall Street" have asked to intervene in hopes of asserting a claim over several high-priced hotels and condos in New York and California, a Bombardier jet and music royalties.

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  • SpoiledrottenBrat

    Offshore bank secrecy and income tax evasion. What a deadly combination. irs.gov/uac/offshore-tax-avoidance-and-irs-compliance-efforts linkedin.com/pulse/partners-associates-wanted-thomas-azzara?trk=pulse_spock-articles

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