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Attorneys successfully obtained a release of their international client's large sum of money which was previously attached and held in the court registry

Attorneys successfully obtained a release of their international client's large sum of money which was previously attached and held in the court registry. The attorneys' argued for the release of the money under the Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit's Shipping Corporation of India v. Jaldhi case 585 F.3d 58 (2d Cir. 2009) which overruled Winter Storm and deemed all electronic fund transfers an invalid form of attachment for Rule B under maritime law. Plaintiff unsuccessfully argued the money attached was not subject to the Jaldhi case because it was not being currently held under attachment, but had been transformed into the Court registry's account.

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