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WSJ: US investigating whether Jho Low paying legal fees via money-laundering

NEW YORK: Investigations into the financial dealings of fugitive Malaysian financier Low Taek Jho, better known as Jho Low, have intensified in the United States, with the Department of Justice (DOJ) extending its probe to determine whether he laundered huge sums of money amounting to tens of millions of dollars through two associates, and used those funds to pay a US legal team.

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Jho Low hires Trump ally and politically connected lawyers in DoJ probe

KUALA LUMPUR (Bloomberg): A Malaysian financier accused of looting billions from investment fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) has hired several politically connected lawyers in the US to defend his interests in a sprawling Justice Department investigation.

Jho Low under DoJ probe for alleged embezzlement of US$4.5b from 1MDB fund

US probing Whether Malaysian fugitive laundered funds to pay Chris Christie and Trump lawyer

Jho Low, the Malaysian businessman, has been described in U.S. court filings as playing a central role in the alleged embezzlement of $4.5 billion from a Malaysian fund called 1Malaysia Development Bhd.

Facebook may sue lawyers over fugitive's lawsuit

Facebook Inc may pursue a lawsuit against law firms that represented a New York man who recently turned fugitive rather than face federal charges that he tried to defraud founder Mark Zuckerberg out of half of the company, a judge ruled.

FACING THE MUSIC: The lawyers of a man with fraudulent claims against Facebook may be sued. — Reuters

Court face off: Facebook sues lawyers for pursuing dubious Ceglia lawsuit

Facebook Inc and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg have sued several lawyers who represented Paul Ceglia, claiming they helped the upstate New York entrepreneur pursue a fraudulent lawsuit to extort a 50% stake in the social networking company.

LAWSUIT AGAINST LAWYERS: Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, reacts during an address to a gathering at the Internet.org Summit. —Reuters/Adnan Abidi

Lehman bankruptcy a US$1bil payday for advisers

NEW YORK: When Lehman Brothers collapsed, a whole lot of money vanished with it. Its bankruptcy, on the other hand, just keeps on paying.

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