The banks that lent $518
million to Luckin Coffee Chairman Charles Zhengyao Lu
have started court proceedings to liquidate his private company,
a government gazette for the British Virgin Islands showed.
Women who say they were abused by deceased financier Jeffrey Epstein should not be required to sign broad liability waivers in order to get payouts from his estate, the attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands said on Wednesday.
The US Virgin Islands Attorney General is asking a judge to help her office resolve a dispute with Jeffrey Epstein’s estate over a victims compensation fund. AG Denise George said in a statement late Tuesday that the dead financier’s estate won’t budge on it’s insistence to that Epstein’s sexual assault victims sign releases to protect...
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