Deripaska-Linked Firm Can’t Keep Documents Away From U.S. (1)

June 24, 2020, 12:43 PM

London judges said that a police raid of a firm once owned by Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska was tied to “wide-ranging” U.S. investigations that went beyond those focused on two of President Donald Trump’s campaign advisers

The panel of two judges said that the raid on Terra Services, a company now controlled by the tycoon’s cousin, was legal, dismissing its court challenge. The company had tried to prevent a haul of documents from being transferred to American prosecutors pursuing investigations in the aftermath of the Robert Mueller probe.

Terra Services said in court filings that the December 2018 raid was ...

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