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1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
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1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
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1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
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1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
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1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
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1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
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1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
1003 . 3_appendix_-_supp_brief_mtn_re_772_relief_from_rcvrship_order_bukrinsky (1)
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  1. 1. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 1 of 444 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS DALLAS DIVISIONSECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION, § § Plaintiff, § § v. § Civil Action No. 3:09-CV-0298-N §STANFORD INTERNATIONAL BANK, LTD., et al., § § Defendants. §APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER MORGENSTERN & BLUE, LLC 885 Third Avenue New York, NY 10022 Telephone: (212) 750-6776 Facsimile: (212) 750-3128 LACKEY HERSHMAN, L.L.P. 3102 Oak Lawn Avenue, Suite 777 Dallas, Texas 75219 Telephone: (214) 560-2201 Facsimile: (214) 560-2203 Attorneys for the Movants
  2. 2. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 2 of 444 TABLE OF CONTENTSDeclaration of Angela Shaw .............................................................................................................. 1Joint Motion of the SEC and Receiver for Entry of Second Amended Order AppointingReceiver and Appendix in Support of Joint Motion of the SEC and Receiver for Entry ofSecond Amended Order Appointing Receiver [Dkt. No. 958].......................................................... 7Receiver Ralph S. Janvey’s Motion to Amend Order Appointing Receiver [Dkt. No. 146]........... 43Transcript of Oral Argument in Janvey v. Alguire, et al., Civil Action No. 09-10761(5th Cir. Nov. 2, 2009)..................................................................................................................... 57Receiver’s Second Amended Complaint Against Former Stanford Employees, filed inJanvey v. Alguire, et al., Case no. 3:09-cv-0724-N, N.D. Tex. [Dkt No. 156].............................. 171Defendant E. Randolph Robertson, Jr.’s Original Answer to Receiver’s Second AmendedComplaint Against Former Stanford Employees Affirmative Defenses and Counterclaims,filed in Janvey v. Alguire, et al., Case no. 3:09-cv-0724-N, N.D. Tex. [Dkt. No. 207] ................ 197Complaint in Frank, et al., v. The Commonwealth of Antigua and Barbuda,(Case No. 3:09-cv-02165-N).......................................................................................................... 214First Amended Complaint Against Certain Stanford Investors and Appendix in Support ofReceiver’s First Amended Complaint Against Certain Stanford Investors, filed in Janvey v.Alguire, et al., Case no. 3:09-cv-0724-N, N.D. Tex. [Dkt Nos. 128 & 129],................................ 288Answer to Receiver’s First Amended Complaint (Investor Defendants), filed byinvestors Robert B. Crawford, Jr., et al., in Janvey v. Alguire, et al.Case no. 3:09-cv-0724-N, N.D. Tex. [Dkt No. 242]...................................................................... 314Transcript of Proceedings in Janvey v. Alguire, et al., July 31, 2009............................................ 331Order of the Honorable David C. Godbey cancelling the January 21, 2010 hearing in In reStanford International Bank, Ltd., Case no. 3:09-cv-0721-N, N.D. Tex. [Dkt No. 66] ................ 382Letter from Ralph S. Janvey to Sen. Christopher J. Dodd, dated August 12, 2009....................... 383
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  9. 9. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 958 Filed 02/09/2010 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 9 of 444 Page 1 of 9 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS DALLAS DIVISIONSECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION, § § Plaintiff, § §v. § Case No.: 3-09-CV-0298-N §STANFORD INTERNATIONAL BANK, LTD., §STANFORD GROUP COMPANY, §STANFORD CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, LLC, §R. ALLEN STANFORD, JAMES M. DAVIS, and §LAURA PENDERGEST-HOLT, § § Defendants. § JOINT MOTION OF THE SEC AND RECEIVER FOR ENTRY OF SECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER Plaintiff Securities and Exchange Commission and Receiver Ralph S. Janvey request that the Court enter the Second Amended Order Appointing Receiver. Factual Background On February 17, 2009 the Court entered the Order Appointing Receiver. (Doc. 10). Within 10 days, the Receiver complied with the requirements of 28 U.S.C. § 754 by filing the Complaint and Order Appointing Receiver in 29 districts, located in 16 states, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. On March 12, 2009 the Court entered the Amended Order Appointing Receiver. (Doc. 157). As a result of his investigation of the books and records of the Receivership Estate, the Receiver has learned that Receivership Assets and Receivership Records exist in additional districts where § 754 filings have not been made. The Court’s reappointment of the Receiver will permit him to complete § 754 filings in additional districts in furtherance of his duty to “[p]erform all acts necessary to conserve, hold, manage, and preserve the value of the JOINT MOTION OF THE SEC AND RECEIVER FOR ENTRY OF SECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER PAGE 1 APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 7 MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  10. 10. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 958 Filed 02/09/2010 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 10of 9444 Page 2 ofReceivership Estate, in order to prevent any irreparable loss, damage, and injury to the Estate.”Doc. 157 at 5, ¶ 5(g); See Warfield v. Arpe, 2007 WL 549467, *12-13 (N.D. Tex. 2007); OrderReappointing Temporary Receiver in Civil Action No. 3:02-cv-0605-R, filed 10/04/2006,attached at Appdx. 1-9. Additionally, the Receiver has determined that in order for him to carry out hisduties as receiver, it is not necessary for him to have the authority to file bankruptcy petitions onbehalf of any of the individual defendants. Accordingly, the proposed Second Amended OrderAppointing Receiver clarifies that the Receiver’s exclusive authority to file bankruptcy petitionsapplies only to the corporate, and not the individual, defendants. Finally, despite the litigation injunction contained in the Amended OrderAppointing Receiver, a number of lawsuits have been filed in state and federal courts against theReceiver, Estate entities, and defendants. Many of these have been stayed or referred to theMDL panel. However, a second wave of related litigation is now demanding significantresources from the Receiver, his professionals, and the Estate. Plaintiffs have filed lawsuitsagainst former Stanford financial advisors and are taking the position that the litigationinjunction does not apply to terminated employees. Because the Estate is in possession ofdocuments relating to Stanford client accounts, the plaintiffs and defendants in these suits seekdiscovery from the Receiver. Responding to these requests will consume more and more Estateresources as additional cases are filed and proceed to trial. There have now been more than 50 cases filed in state and federal courts thatsomehow relate to the sale of Stanford CDs or the Receivership. Six cases have named PershingLLC (which was the clearing bank for Stanford Group Company) and four have named SEIInvestments Co. (which provided trust services to Stanford Trust Co.) as defendants in fiveJOINT MOTION OF THE SEC AND RECEIVER FOR ENTRY OFSECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER PAGE 2APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 8MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  11. 11. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 958 Filed 02/09/2010 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 11of 9444 Page 3 ofdifferent jurisdictions. A number of arbitrations have also been initiated against Pershing atFINRA. The contracts between Pershing and SGC and SEI and STC require the Estate toindemnify Pershing and SEI in these lawsuits and arbitrations. Despite the Estate’s pecuniaryinterest in these cases, none of the them have been stayed pursuant to this Court’s litigationinjunction, either by agreement or court order. The Estate has already incurred some defensecosts pursuant to the indemnity provisions and if these cases continue, or multiply, they willfurther deplete Estate resources. For example, after being referred to the MDL panel, one groupof plaintiffs simply filed a second, almost identical lawsuit against Pershing in anotherjurisdiction; they refuse to stay the case and maintain that it is not appropriate for referral to theMDL panel. Argument and Authority The Fifth Circuit, and other Circuit Courts, have upheld repeatedly a districtcourt’s authority to enjoin the commencement, or even the continuation of pre-existing litigation,in other venues in order to protect the receivership and the receivership court’s exclusivejurisdiction: The district court may require all such claims to be brought before the receivership court for disposition pursuant to summary process consistent with the equity purpose of the court. The district court may also authorize, to the extent that the court deems appropriate, “satellite” litigation in forums outside of the receivership court to address ancillary issues. However, the receivership court typically retains jurisdiction over any attempt at execution of a judgment in such situations.Liberte Capital Group, LLC v. Capwill, 462 F.3d 543, 552 (6th Cir. 2006) (citations omitted);see e.g., Schauss v. Metals Depository Corp., 757 F.2d 649 (5th Cir. 1985); S.E.C. v. Wencke,622 F.2d 1363 (9th Cir. 1980).JOINT MOTION OF THE SEC AND RECEIVER FOR ENTRY OFSECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER PAGE 3APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 9MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  12. 12. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 958 Filed 02/09/2010 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 12of 9444 Page 4 of Because “[t]he receivership court has a valid interest in both the value of theclaims themselves and the costs of defending any suit as a drain on receivership assets,” the court“may issue a blanket injunction, staying litigation against the named receiver and the entitiesunder his control unless leave of that court is first obtained.” Liberte Capital Group, LLC v.Capwill, 462 F.3d 543, 551 (6th Cir. 2006). This injunction can even bind all non-parties withnotice, far exceeding normal limits on the scope of injunctions. See S.E.C. v. Wencke, 622 F.2d1363, 1369 (9th Cir. 1980). Furthermore, the power to enjoin “extends to the institution of anysuit.” Liberte Capital, 462 F.3d at 551. If the injunction so provides, leave of the receivership court must be obtainedbefore suit can be brought against the receiver. See In re Crown Vantage, Inc., 421 F.3d 963,970–71 (9th Cir. 2005); Seaman Paper Co. of Mass., Inc. v. Polsky, 537 F. Supp. 2d 233, 236 (D.Mass. 2007); Fed. Home Loan Mortgage Corp. v. Spark Tarrytown, Inc., 829 F. Supp. 82, 88(S.D.N.Y. 1993). Failure to obtain leave of the receivership court deprives the second court ofsubject matter jurisdiction. See Le v. S.E.C., 542 F. Supp. 2d 1318, 1321 (N.D. Ga. 2008). In Liberte Capital, the district court had entered an injunction on litigation, butcarved out a very narrow exception for litigation against the Receiver for cases challenging thevalidity of life insurance policies prior to the insured’s death. Liberte Capital, 462 F.3d at 549.Insurance companies initiated suits against the entities in receivership that did not fall within thenarrow exception to the injunction, and the district court held them in contempt. The SixthCircuit affirmed, emphasizing the district court’s exclusive jurisdiction over the receivership. Id.at 552. Justice Anthony Kennedy, writing for the Ninth Circuit, has explained thepractical reasons that such an injunction can be necessary and reasonable. It protects theJOINT MOTION OF THE SEC AND RECEIVER FOR ENTRY OFSECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER PAGE 4APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 10MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  13. 13. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 958 Filed 02/09/2010 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 13of 9444 Page 5 ofinterests of the very persons enjoined from filing suit, and prevents the estate from becomingoverwhelmed by the expenses of multiple lawsuits: The receiver and the district court also felt it essential for the receiver to be given time to explore all the complex transactions and aspects of the receivership estate so that innocent shareholders suffered no further harm. A receiver appointed by a court in the wake of a securities fraud scheme may encounter difficulties sorting out the financial status of the defrauded entity or entities. There may be a genuine danger that some litigation against receivership entities amounts to little more than a continuation of the original fraudulent scheme. Similarly, the securities fraud may have left the finances of the receivership entities so obscure or complex that the receiver is hampered in conducting litigation. Moreover, the expense involved in defending the many lawsuits which often are filed against an entity in the wake of a securities fraud scheme may be overwhelming unless some are temporarily deferred. A stay of proceeding against receivership entities except by leave of the court may be an appropriate response to the above concerns, and the district court did not abuse its discretion in this case by entering the blanket stay.Wencke, 622 F.2d at 1373. Even where the court entering the injunction was not the first in which suit wasfiled, the Fifth Circuit has vacated a two-year-old judgment and ordered that funds disbursed tothe parties be paid back into the registry of the court. Schauss v. Metals Depository Corp., 757F.2d 649, 655 (5th Cir. 1985). A customer filed suit against MDC in the Northern District ofTexas and MDC’s bank was joined as garnishee. Id. at 651. Soon thereafter, a fraud suit wasfiled in the Southern District of New York. The New York court entered judgment againstMDC, appointed a receiver, and enjoined the commencement of new suits and continuation ofpending suits. Id. A second Texas suit was filed and the two Texas suits consolidated. Pursuantto 28 U.S.C. § 754 the New York receiver filed the New York order appointing him, but did nototherwise answer or enter an appearance in the Texas consolidated case. Id. at 652.JOINT MOTION OF THE SEC AND RECEIVER FOR ENTRY OFSECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER PAGE 5APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 11MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  14. 14. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 958 Filed 02/09/2010 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 14of 9444 Page 6 of The Texas case then proceeded to bench trial and the court entered judgmentdisposing of the funds interpleaded by the bank as garnishee. Id. Two years later, the receivermoved to set aside the Texas judgment. The Fifth Circuit granted the motion in the interests ofjustice and comity between federal courts, to discourage duplicative litigation, and in furtheranceof the important goal of preserving assets in receivership: [S]everal courts have recognized the importance of preserving a receivership court’s ability to issue orders preventing interference with its administration of the receivership property. In both securities fraud cases, and bankruptcy proceedings, Courts of Appeals have upheld orders enjoining broad classes of individuals from taking any action regarding receivership property. Such orders can serve as an important tool permitting a district court to prevent dissipation of property or assets subject to multiple claims in various locales, as well as preventing “piecemeal resolution of issues that call for a uniform result.”Id. at 654 (citations omitted). Conclusion For these reasons, the SEC and the Receiver ask the Court to enter their proposedSecond Amended Order Appointing Receiver. For the Court’s convenience a red-line comparingthe proposed Second Amended Order Appointing Receiver and Amended Order AppointingReceiver (Doc. 157) has been filed at Appendix 10-21.JOINT MOTION OF THE SEC AND RECEIVER FOR ENTRY OFSECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER PAGE 6APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 12MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  15. 15. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 958 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 01/14/2010 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 15of 9444 Page 7 ofDated: January 14, 2010 Respectfully submitted, BAKER BOTTS L.L.P. By: /s/ Kevin M. Sadler Kevin M. Sadler Texas Bar No. 17512450 kevin.sadler@bakerbotts.com Robert I. Howell Texas Bar No. 10107300 robert.howell@bakerbotts.com David T. Arlington Texas Bar No. 00790238 david.arlington@bakerbotts.com 1500 San Jacinto Center 98 San Jacinto Blvd. Austin, Texas 78701-4039 (512) 322-2500 (512) 322-2501 (Facsimile) Timothy S. Durst Texas Bar No. 00786924 tim.durst@bakerbotts.com 2001 Ross Avenue Dallas, Texas 75201 (214) 953-6500 (214) 953-6503 (Facsimile) ATTORNEYS FOR RECEIVER RALPH S. JANVEYJOINT MOTION OF THE SEC AND RECEIVER FOR ENTRY OFSECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER PAGE 7APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 13MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  16. 16. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 958 Filed 02/09/2010 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 16of 9444 Page 8 of CERTIFICATE OF CONFERENCE Counsel for the Receiver conferred with attorneys who have made appearances onbehalf of parties to this case. Counsel for the Receiver conferred with David B. Reece, counsel for the SEC,who stated that the SEC does not oppose the filing of this motion and relief sought herein. Counsel for the Receiver provided the motion to Jeffrey M. Tillotson, counsel forLaura Pendergest-Holt, who stated that Ms. Holt opposes the filing of this motion and reliefsought herein. Counsel for the Receiver conferred with Ruth Schuster, counsel for R. AllenStanford, who stated that Mr. Stanford opposes the filing of this motion and relief sought herein. Counsel for the Receiver conferred with Manuel Lena, counsel for the DOJ (Tax),who stated that he does not oppose the filing of this motion and relief sought herein. Counsel for the Receiver provided the motion to David Finn, counsel for JamesDavis, but has not received a response to requests to confer on this motion and relief soughtherein. Counsel for the Receiver conferred with John Little, Court-appointed Examiner, ,who stated that he does not oppose the filing of this motion and relief sought herein. Counsel for the Receiver conferred with Joe Kendall, counsel for Susan Stanford,who stated that Mrs. Stanford takes no position on the filing of this motion and relief soughtherein. /s/ Kevin M. Sadler Kevin M. SadlerJOINT MOTION OF THE SEC AND RECEIVER FOR ENTRY OFSECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER PAGE 8APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 14MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  17. 17. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 958 Filed 02/09/2010 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 17of 9444 Page 9 of CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE On January 14, 2010 I electronically submitted the foregoing motion and theproposed order with the clerk of court for the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas,using the electronic case filing system of the court. I hereby certify that I have served all counseland/or pro se parties of record electronically or by another manner authorized by Federal Rule ofCivil Procedure 5(b)(2). /s/ Kevin M. Sadler Kevin M. SadlerJOINT MOTION OF THE SEC AND RECEIVER FOR ENTRY OFSECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER PAGE 9APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 15MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  18. 18. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 1 ofof 444 Page 18 27 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS DALLAS DIVISIONSECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION, § § Plaintiff, § §v. § Case No.: 3-09-CV-0298-N §STANFORD INTERNATIONAL BANK, LTD., §STANFORD GROUP COMPANY, §STANFORD CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, LLC, §R. ALLEN STANFORD, JAMES M. DAVIS, and §LAURA PENDERGEST-HOLT, § § Defendants. § APPENDIX IN SUPPORT OF JOINT MOTION OF THE SEC AND RECEIVER FOR ENTRY OF SECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 16 MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  19. 19. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 2 ofof 444 Page 19 27Dated: January 14, 2010 Respectfully submitted, BAKER BOTTS L.L.P. By: /s/ Kevin M. Sadler Kevin M. Sadler Texas Bar No. 17512450 kevin.sadler@bakerbotts.com Robert I. Howell Texas Bar No. 10107300 robert.howell@bakerbotts.com David T. Arlington Texas Bar No. 00790238 david.arlington@bakerbotts.com 1500 San Jacinto Center 98 San Jacinto Blvd. Austin, Texas 78701-4039 (512) 322-2500 (512) 322-2501 (Facsimile) Timothy S. Durst Texas Bar No. 00786924 tim.durst@bakerbotts.com 2001 Ross Avenue Dallas, Texas 75201 (214) 953-6500 (214) 953-6503 (Facsimile) ATTORNEYS FOR RECEIVER RALPH S. JANVEY CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE On January 14, 2010 I electronically submitted the foregoing motion and theproposed order with the clerk of court for the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas,using the electronic case filing system of the court. I hereby certify that I have served all counseland/or pro se parties of record electronically or by another manner authorized by Federal Rule ofCivil Procedure 5(b)(2). /s/ Kevin M. Sadler Kevin M. SadlerAPPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 17MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  20. 20. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 255-2 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 32ofof22 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 20of27 Filed 04/01/2009 Page 444APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 18MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  21. 21. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 255-2 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 43ofof22 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 21of27 Filed 04/01/2009 Page 444APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 19MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  22. 22. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 255-2 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 54ofof22 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 22of27 Filed 04/01/2009 Page 444APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 20MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  23. 23. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 255-2 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 65ofof22 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 23of27 Filed 04/01/2009 Page 444APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 21MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
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  27. 27. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 10 of 27 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 255-2 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 27of 22 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 04/01/2009 Page 9 of 444APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 25MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
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  29. 29. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 12 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 29 of 444 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT 0F TEXAS DALLAS DIVISION § SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION § Plaintiff, § § v. § Case No.: 3-09CV0298-N § STANFORD INTERNATIONAL BANK, LTD., § ET AL. § § Defendants. § § § § SECOND AMENDED ORDER APPOINTING RECEIVER This matter came before me, the undersigned United States District Judge, on the motionof Plaintiff Securities and Exchange Commission (“Commission”) for the appointment of aReceiver for corporate Defendants Stanford International Bank, Ltd., Stanford Group Company,Stanford Capital Management, LLC, Robert Allen Stanford, James M. Davis, Laura Pendergest-Holt, Stanford Financial Group, and The Stanford Financial Group Bldg Inc. (“Defendants”). Itappears that, and Individual Defendants Robert Allen Stanford, James M. Davis, and LauraPendergest-Holt, (together the “Defendants”). On February 17, 2009 this AmendedCourt entered its Order Appointing Receiver (the“Order”) is. (Doc. 10). On March 12, 2009 this Court entered its Amended OrderAppointing Receiver. (Doc. 157). The Receiver has informed the Court that after theexpiration of 10 days from the dates of these Orders, the Receiver identified ReceivershipAssets and Receivership Records in districts in which copies of the Complaint and OrderAppointing Receiver have not been filed of record pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 754. In order toAPPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 10 Appx. Page 27MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  30. 30. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 13 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 30 of 444allow the Court to obtain jurisdiction in these districts, the Court hereby enters this SecondAmended Order Appointing Receiver. The Court finds the entry of this Second AmendedOrder Appointing Receiver to be both necessary and appropriate in order to prevent waste anddissipation of the assets of the Defendants to the detriment of the investors.IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that: 1. This Court assumes exclusive jurisdiction and takes possession of the assets,monies, securities, properties, real and personal, tangible and intangible, of whatever kind anddescription, wherever located, and the legally recognized privileges (with regard to the entities),of the Defendants and all entities they own or control (“Receivership Assets”), and the books andrecords, client lists, account statements, financial and accounting documents, computers,computer hard drives, computer disks, internet exchange servers telephones, personal digitaldevices and other informational resources of or in possession of the Defendants, or issued byDefendants and in possession of any agent or employee of the Defendants (“ReceivershipRecords”). 2. Ralph S. Janvey of Dallas, Texas, is hereby appointed Receiver for theReceivership Assets and Receivership Records (collectively, “Receivership Estate”), with thefull power of an equity receiver under common law as well as such powers as are enumeratedherein as of the date of this Order. The Receiver shall not be required to post a bond unlessdirected by the Court but is hereby ordered to well and faithfully perform the duties of his office:to timely account for all monies, securities, and other properties which may come into his hands;and to abide by and perform all duties set forth in this Order. Except for an act of willfulmalfeasance or gross negligence, the Receiver shall not be liable for any loss or damage incurredby the Receivership Estate, or any of Defendants, the Defendants’ clients or associates, or theirsubsidiaries or affiliates, their officers, directors, agents, and employees, or by any of 2APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 11 Appx. Page 28MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  31. 31. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 14 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 31 of 444Defendants’ creditors or equity holders because of any’ act performed or not performed by himor his agents or assigns in connection with the discharge of his duties and responsibilitieshereunder. 3. The duties of the Receiver shall be specifically limited to matters relating to theReceivership Estate and unsettled claims thereof remaining in the possession of the Receiver asof the date of this Order. Nothing in this Order shall be construed to require further investigationof Receivership Estate assets heretofore liquidated and/or distributed or claims of theReceivership Estate settled prior to issuance of this Order. However, this paragraph shall not beconstrued to limit the powers of the Receiver in any regard with respect to transactions that mayhave occurred prior to the date of this Order. 4. Until the expiration date of this Order or further Order of this Court, Receiver isauthorized to immediately take and have complete and exclusive control, possession, andcustody of the Receivership Estate and to any assets traceable to assets owned by theReceivership Estate. 5. As of the date of entry of this Order, the Receiver is specifically directed andauthorized to perform the following acts and duties: (a) Maintain full control of the Receivership Estate with the power to retain or remove, as the Receiver deems necessary or advisable, any officer, director, independent contractor, employee or agent of the Receivership Estate; (b) Collect, marshal, and take custody, control, and possession of all the funds, accounts, mail, and other assets of, or in the possession or under the control of, the Receivership Estate, or assets traceable to assets owned or controlled by the Receivership Estate, wherever situated, the income and profit therefrom and all sums of money now or 3APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 12 Appx. Page 29MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  32. 32. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 15 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 32 of 444 hereafter due or owing to the Receivership Estate with full power to collect, receive, and take possession of without limitation, all goods, chattel, rights, credits, monies, effects, lands, leases, books and records, work papers, records of account, including computer maintained information, contracts, financial records, monies on hand in banks and other financial initiations, and other papers and documents of other individuals, partnerships, or corporations whose interests are now held by or under the direction, possession, custody, or control of the Receivership Estate; (c) Institute such actions or proceedings to impose a constructive trust, obtain possession, and/or recover judgment with respect to persons or entities who received assets or records traceable to the Receivership Estate. All such actions shall be filed in this Court; (d) Obtain, by presentation of this Order, documents, books, records, accounts, deposits, testimony, or other information within the custody or control of any person or entity sufficient to identify accounts, properties, liabilities, causes of action, or employees of the Receivership Estate. The attendance of a person or entity for examination and/or production of documents may be compelled in a manner provided in Rule 45, Fed. R. Civ. P., or as provided under the laws of any foreign country where such documents, books, records, accounts, deposits, or testimony maybe located; (e) Without breaching the peace and, if necessary, with the assistance of local peace officers or United States marshals to enter and secure any premises, wherever located or situated, in order to take possession, custody, or control of, or to identify the location or existence of Receivership Estate assets or records; 4APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 13 Appx. Page 30MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  33. 33. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 16 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 33 of 444 (f) Make such ordinary and necessary payments, distributions, and disbursements as the Receiver deems advisable or proper for the marshaling, maintenance, or preservation of the Receivership Estate. Receiver is further authorized to contract and negotiate with any claimants against the Receivership Estate (including, without limitation, creditors) for the purpose of compromising or settling any claim. To this purpose, in those instances in which Receivership Estate assets serve as collateral to secured creditors, the Receiver has the authority to surrender such assets to secured creditors, conditional upon the waiver of any deficiency of collateral; (g) Perform all acts necessary to conserve, hold, manage, and preserve the value of the Receivership Estate, in order to prevent any irreparable loss, damage, and injury to the Estate; (h) Enter into such agreements in connection with the administration of the Receivership Estate, including, but not limited to, the employment of such managers, agents, custodians, consultants, investigators, attorneys, and accountants as Receiver judges necessary to perform the duties set forth in this Order and to compensate them from the Receivership Assets; (i) Institute, prosecute, compromise, adjust, intervene in, or become party to such actions or proceedings in state, federal, or foreign courts that the Receiver deems necessary and advisable to preserve the value of the Receivership Estate, or that the Receiver deems necessary and advisable to carry out the Receiver’s mandate under this Order and likewise to defend, compromise, or adjust or otherwise dispose of any or all actions or proceedings instituted against the Receivership Estate that the Receiver deems necessary and advisable to carry out the Receiver’s mandate under this Order; 5APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 14 Appx. Page 31MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  34. 34. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 17 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 34 of 444 (j) Preserve the Receivership Estate and minimize expenses in furtherance of maximum and timely disbursement thereof to claimants; (k) Promptly provide the Commission and other governmental agencies with all information and documentation they may seek in connection with its regulatory or investigatory activities; (l) Prepare and submit periodic reports to this Court and to the parties as directed by this Court; (m) File with this Court requests for approval of reasonable fees to be paid to the Receiver and any person or entity retained by him and interim and final accountings for any reasonable expenses incurred and paid pursuant to order of this Court; 6. The Receiver shall have the sole and exclusive power and authority to manageand direct the business and financial affairs of the Defendants, including without limitation, thesole and exclusive power and authority to petition for relief under the United States BankruptcyCode, 11 U.S.C. §§ 101 et seq. (the “Bankruptcy Code”), for any or all of the corporateDefendants. The Receiver is not authorized, without further Court order, to petition forrelief under the Bankruptcy Code for any of the Individual Defendants. Solely with respectto the authorization to file and execution of a petition for relief under the Bankruptcy Code;without limiting any powers of the Receiver under applicable law and this Order; andirrespective of provisions in any Defendants’Defendant’s corporate organizing documents, by-laws, partnership agreements, or the like, the Receiver shall be deemed to succeed to the positionof and possess the authority of any party with power to authorize and execute the filing of apetition for relief under the Bankruptcy Code, including without limitation corporate directors,general and limited partners, and members of limited liability companies. 6APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 15 Appx. Page 32MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  35. 35. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 18 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 35 of 444 7. Before taking action under paragraph 6 of this Order, the Receiver must providethe Commission and the Defendants with at least two business days’ written notice (unlessshortened or lengthened by court order) that the Receiver is contemplating action under theBankruptcy Code; provided that the Receiver may apply for an order under seal or a hearing incamera, as circumstances require. To facilitate an efficient coordination in one district of allbankruptcies of the Defendants, the Northern District of Texas shall be the Receiver’s principalplace of business for making decisions in respect of operating and disposing of each of theDefendants and their respective assets. 8. Upon the request of the Receiver, the United States Marshal’s Office is herebyordered to assist the Receiver in carrying out his duties to take possession, custody, or control of,or identify the location of, any Receivership Estate assets or records. 9. Creditors and all other persons are hereby restrained and enjoined from thefollowing actions, except in this Court and with leave of this Court, unless this Court,consistent with general equitable principals and in accordance with its ancillary equitablejurisdiction in this matter, orders that such actions may be conducted in another forum orjurisdiction: (a) The commencement or continuation, including the issuance or employment of process, of any judicial, administrative, or other proceeding against the Receiver, any of the defendants, any entity within the Receivership Estate, any current or anyformer agent, officer, or employee related toof the Receivership Estate, or of any entity within the Receivership Estate, Pershing LLC, and/or SEI Investment Company arising from the subject matter of this civil action; or 7APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 16 Appx. Page 33MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  36. 36. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 19 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 36 of 444 (b) The enforcement, against the Receiver, or any of the defendants, of any judgment that would attach to or encumber the Receivership Estate that was obtained before the commencement of this proceeding. 10. Creditors and all other persons are hereby restrained and enjoined, without priorapproval of the Court, from: (a) Any act to obtain possession of the Receivership Estate assets; (b) Any act to create, perfect, or enforce any lien against the property of the Receiver, or the Receivership Estate; (c) Any act to collect, assess, establish, litigate or recover a claim against the Receiver or that, where such claim would attach to or encumber the Receivership Estate or create or impose an obligation upon the part of the Receivership Estate; (d) The set off of any debt owed by the Receivership Estate or secured by the Receivership Estate assets based on any claim against the Receiver or the Receivership Estate; or (e) The filing of any case, complaint, petition, or motion under the Bankruptcy Code (including, without limitation, the filing of an involuntary bankruptcy petition under chapter 7 or chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, or a petition for recognition of foreign proceeding under chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code). 11. Creditors and all other persons are hereby restrained and enjoined from seekingrelief from the injunction contained in paragraph 10(e) of this Order for a period of 180 daysfrom the date of entry of this Order with respect to any Defendant. 11. 12. Defendants, their respective officers, agents, and employees and all persons inactive concert or participation with them who receive notice of this Order by personal service or 8APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 17 Appx. Page 34MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  37. 37. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 20 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 37 of 444otherwise, including, but not limited to, any financial institution, broker-dealer, investmentadviser, private equity fund or investment banking fun), and each of them, are hereby ordered,restrained, and enjoined from, directly or indirectly, making any payment or expenditure of anyReceivership Estate assets that are owned by Defendants or in the actual or constructivepossession of any entity directly or indirectly owned or controlled or under common control withthe Receivership Estate, or effecting any sale, gift, hypothecation, assignment, transfer,conveyance, encumbrance, disbursement, dissipation, or concealment of such assets. A copy ofthis Order may be served on any bank, savings and loan, broker-dealer, or any other financial ordepository institution to restrain and enjoin any such institution from disbursing any of theReceivership Estate assets. Upon presentment of this Order, all persons, including financialinstitutions, shall provide account balance information, transaction histories, all account recordsand any other Receivership Records to the Receiver or his agents, in the same manner as theywould be provided were the Receiver the signatory on the account. 12. 13. Defendants, and their respective agents, officers, and employees and allpersons in active concert or participation with them are hereby enjoined from doing any act orthing whatsoever to interfere with the Receiver’s taking control, possession, or management ofthe Receivership Estate or to in any way interfere with the Receiver or to harass or interfere withthe duties of the Receiver or to interfere in any manner with the. exclusive jurisdiction of thisCourt over the Receivership Estate, including the filing or prosecuting any actions orproceedings which involve the Receiver or which affect the Receivership Assets or ReceivershipRecords, specifically including any proceeding initiated pursuant to the United StatesBankruptcy Code, except with the permission of this Court. Any actions so authorized to 9APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 18 Appx. Page 35MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  38. 38. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 21 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 38 of 444determine disputes relating to Receivership Assets and Receivership Records shall be filed inthis Court. 13. 14. Defendants, their respective officers, agents, and employees and all persons inactive concert or participation with them who receive actual notice of this Order by personalservice or otherwise, including any financial institution, broker-dealer, investment adviser,private equity fund or investment banking firm, and each of them shall: (a) To the extent they have possession, custody, or control of same, provide immediate access to and control and possession of the Receivership Estate assets and records, including securities, monies, and property of any kind, real and personal, including all keys, passwords, entry codes, and all monies deposited in any bank deposited to the credit of the Defendants, wherever situated, and the original of all books, records, documents, accounts, computer printouts, disks, and the like of Defendants to Receiver or his duly authorized agents; (b) Cooperate with the Receiver and his duly authorized agents by promptly and honestly responding to all requests for information regarding Receivership Assets and Records and by promptly acknowledging to third parties the Receiver’s authority to act on behalf of the Receivership Estate and by providing such authorizations, signatures, releases, attestations, and access as the Receiver or his duly authorized agents may reasonably request; (c) Provide the Commission with a prompt, full accounting of all Receivership Estate assets and documents outside the territory of the United States which are held either: (1) by them, (2) for their benefit, or (3) under their control; 10APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 19 Appx. Page 36MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  39. 39. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 22 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 39 of 444 (d) Transfer to the territory of the United States all Receivership Estate assets and records in foreign countries held either: (1) by them, (2) for their benefit, or (3) under their control; and (e) Hold and retain all such repatriated Receivership Estate assets and documents and prevent any transfer, disposition, or dissipation whatsoever of any such assets or documents, until such time as they may be transferred into the possession of the Receiver. 14. 15. Any financial institution, broker-dealer, investment adviser; private equityfund or investment banking firm or person that holds, controls, or maintains accounts or assets ofor on behalf of any Defendant, or has held, controlled, or maintained any account or asset of oron behalf of any defendant or relief defendant since January 1, 1990, shall: (a) Hold and retain within its control and prohibit the withdrawal, removal, assignment, transfer, pledge, hypothecation, encumbrance, disbursement, dissipation, conversion, sale, gift, or other disposal of any of the assets, funds, or other property held by or on behalf of any defendant or relief defendant in any account maintained in the name of or for the benefit of any defendant or relief defendant in whole or in part except: (i) as directed by further order of this Court, or (ii) as directed in writing by the Receiver or his agents; (b) Deny access to any safe deposit boxes that are subject to access by any Defendant; and (c) The Commission and Receiver may obtain, by presentation of this Order, documents, books, records, accounts, deposits, or other information within the custody or control of any person or entity sufficient to identify accounts, properties, liabilities, 11APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 20 Appx. Page 37MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  40. 40. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 23 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 40 of 444 causes of action, or employees of the Receivership Estate. The attendance of a person or entity for examination and/or production of documents may be compelled in a manner provided in Rule 45, Fed. R. Civ. P, or as provided under the laws of any foreign country where such documents, books, records, accounts, deposits, or testimony may be located; 15. 16. The Defendants, their officers, agents, and employees and all persons in activeconcert or participation with them and other persons who have notice of this Order by personalservice or otherwise, are hereby restrained and enjoined from destroying, mutilating, concealing,altering, transferring, or otherwise disposing of, in any manner, directly or indirectly, anycontracts, accounting data, correspondence, advertisements, computer tapes, disks or othercomputerized records, books, written or printed records, handwritten notes, telephone logs,telephone scripts, receipt books, ledgers, personal and business canceled checks and checkregisters, bank statements, appointment books, copies of federal, state, or local business orpersonal income or property tax returns, and other documents or records of any kind that relate inany way to the Receivership Estate or are relevant to this action. 16. 17. The Receiver is hereby authorized to make appropriate notification to theUnited States Postal Service to forward delivery of any mail addressed to the Defendants, or anycompany or entity under the direction and control of the Defendants, to himself. Further, theReceiver is hereby authorized to open and inspect all such mail to determine the location oridentity of assets or the existence and amount of claims. 17. 18. Nothing in this Order shall prohibit any federal or state law enforcement orregulatory authority from commencing or prosecuting an action against the Defendants, theiragents, officers, or employees. So Ordered and signed, this ____ day of March 2009.______________, 2010. 12APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 21 Appx. Page 38MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  41. 41. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 24 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 41 of 444 _______________________________________ UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 13APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 22 Appx. Page 39MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
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  43. 43. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 26 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 43 of 444 "Order Appointing Receiver...and appropriate"9-10 Change changed to "Order Appointing...and appropriate" "and dissipation of the...to the detriment of"11 Change changed to "and dissipation of the...to the detriment of" "Defendants to the detriment of the investors."12 Change changed to "Defendants to the detriment of investors." "et seq. (the “Bankruptcy...for any or all of the"13 Change changed to "et seq. (the “Bankruptcy...for any or all of the" "for any or all of the... Solely with respect"14 Change changed to "for any or all of the... Solely with respect" "irrespective of...organizing documents," changed15-16 Change to "irrespective of...organizing documents," "the following actions,...unless this Court,"17 Change changed to "the following actions,...unless this Court," "that such actions may be...forum or jurisdiction:"18 Change changed to "that such actions may be conducted:" "Receiver, any of the...the Receivership Estate,"19 Change changed to "Receiver, any of the...the Receivership Estate," "the Receivership Estate, or" changed to "the20 Change Receivership Estate, any current or" "or any agent, officer, or employee" changed to21-22 Change "or former agent, officer, or employee" "agent, officer, or...the Receivership Estate"23-24 Change changed to "agent, officer, or...the Receivership Estate" "the Receivership Estate,...from the subject matter"25-26 Change changed to "the Receivership Estate...from the subject matter" "(c) Any act to collect,...against the Receiver"27 Change changed to "(c) Any act to collect,...against the Receiver"28-29 Change "recover a claim against...attach to or encumber" changed to "recover a claim against...attach to orAPPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 24 Appx. Page 41MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
  44. 44. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 959 Filed 01/14/2010 Page 27 of 27 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 44 of 444 encumber" "would attach to or...the Receivership Estate;"30 Change changed to "would attach to or...the Receivership Estate;"31 Deletion chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code).32 Deletion 11. Creditors and all...of entry of this Order33 Change "." changed to "with respect to any Defendant." "Defendants, their respective officers," changed to34 Change "12. Defendants, their respective officers," "Defendants, and their respective" changed to "13.35 Change Defendants, and their respective" "Defendants, their respective officers," changed to36 Change "14. Defendants, their respective officers," "Any financial institution, broker-dealer," changed37 Change to "15. Any financial institution, broker-dealer," "The Defendants, their officers," changed to "16.38 Change The Defendants, their officers," "The Receiver is hereby authorized" changed to39 Change "17. The Receiver is hereby authorized" "Nothing in this Order shall prohibit" changed to40 Change "18. Nothing in this Order shall prohibit" "Ordered and signed, this ____ day of March41-42 Change 2009." changed to "Ordered and signed, this...of ______________, 2010."Statistics: CountInsertions 20Deletions 22Moved from 0Moved to 0Style change 0Format changed 0Total changes 42APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF 25 Appx. Page 42MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPH10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED BY THE EXAMINER
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  59. 59. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 59 of 444 1 1 BEFORE THE FIFTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS 2 RALPH JANVEY, § 3 § Appellee, § 4 § CIVIL ACTION NO. v. § 5 § 09-10761 JAMES ALGUIRE, et al, § 6 § Appellants. § 7 8 9 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 10 ORAL ARGUMENTS BEFORE 11 SENIOR JUDGE WILL GARWOOD 12 JUDGE EDWARD C. PRADO JUDGE JAMES L. DENNIS 13 November 2, 2009 14 (Via Online Recording) 15 16 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 17 18 19 20 APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 57 MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPHfile:////client/c$/Documents%20and%20Settings/jethomas/Desktop/BB-hearing.txt (1 of 114)BY THE EXAMINER PM] 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED [11/9/2009 9:02:26
  60. 60. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 60 of 444 21 22 23 24 25 APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 58 MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPHfile:////client/c$/Documents%20and%20Settings/jethomas/Desktop/BB-hearing.txt (2 of 114)BY THE EXAMINER PM] 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED [11/9/2009 9:02:26
  61. 61. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 61 of 444 2 1 APPEARANCES 2 FOR THE RECEIVER: 3 Kevin Sadler 4 Baker Botts, LLP 98 San Jacinto Blvd., Suite 1500 5 Austin, Texas 78701 6 FOR THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION: 7 Michael Post US Securities & Exchange Commission 8 Burnett Plaza Suite 1900 801 Cherry St Unit # 18 9 Fort Worth, Texas 76102-6882 10 THE EXAMINER: 11 John Little Little Pedersen Fankhauser 12 901 Main St., Suite 4110 Dallas, Texas 75202 13 FOR THE APPELLEES: 14 Michael Quilling 15 Quilling Selander Cummiskey & Lownds, P.C. 2001 Bryan St., Suite 1800 16 Dallas, Texas 75201 17 18 INDEX 19 Page 20 Oral Argument by Mr. Sadler - - - - - - - - - - - - 3 APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 59 MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPHfile:////client/c$/Documents%20and%20Settings/jethomas/Desktop/BB-hearing.txt (3 of 114)BY THE EXAMINER PM] 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED [11/9/2009 9:02:26
  62. 62. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 62 of 444 21 Oral Argument by Mr. Little - - - - - - - - - - - - 21 22 Oral Argument by Mr. Quilling - - - - - - - - - - - 35 23 Oral Argument by Mr. Post - - - - - - - - - - - - - 44 24 Rebuttal by Mr. Sadler - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 48 25 Reporters Certification - - - - - - - - - - - - - 57 APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 60 MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPHfile:////client/c$/Documents%20and%20Settings/jethomas/Desktop/BB-hearing.txt (4 of 114)BY THE EXAMINER PM] 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED [11/9/2009 9:02:26
  63. 63. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 63 of 444 3 1 ********** 2 PROCEEDING 3 ********** 4 5 ORAL ARGUMENT 6 MR. SADLER: This case arises 7 out of one of the largest Ponzi schemes ever to be 8 perpetrated in the United States. It is rivaled 9 probably only by the Madoff Ponzi scheme scandal. 10 There are thousands of victims scattered across 11 almost all of the 50 states, as well as victims in 12 other countries. Since this scheme collapsed and 13 following the filing of a lawsuit by the SEC, which 14 was in February, the receiver has been doing what 15 receivers always do when these Ponzi schemes 16 collapse, and that is, carry out the specific 17 court-ordered duty. 18 And we have a very specific 19 court-ordered duty to prosecute litigation to 20 recover assets traceable to this estate, and were APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 61 MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPHfile:////client/c$/Documents%20and%20Settings/jethomas/Desktop/BB-hearing.txt (5 of 114)BY THE EXAMINER PM] 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED [11/9/2009 9:02:26
  64. 64. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 64 of 444 21 doing that simply so that those assets can be 22 brought back into the estate and used to compensate 23 all the victims of this fraud; and there are 24 thousands. 25 That duty and how we are carrying out APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 62 MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPHfile:////client/c$/Documents%20and%20Settings/jethomas/Desktop/BB-hearing.txt (6 of 114)BY THE EXAMINER PM] 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED [11/9/2009 9:02:26
  65. 65. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 65 of 444 4 1 really brings us to why were here today on this 2 appeal and two fundamental legal questions for you, 3 the resolution to which will really affect how this 4 receivership proceeds. The first basic question is, 5 as it always is in Ponzi schemes -- and weve all 6 read about them. The way a Ponzi scheme works is, 7 funds are taken in by fraud, and then they are 8 diverted to all manner of different purposes. 9 One purpose for the diversion of the 10 funds is to pay out selectively to mask the fraud 11 and to keep it going. Because, of course, someone 12 running a Ponzi scheme, as soon as they stop making 13 those payments to some investors, people make claims 14 and the fraud is exposed. 15 And so the first important question 16 for this panel is, when funds are taken by fraud 17 from one investor and then are simply turned around 18 and used to selectively make partial payments to 19 other investors, do those funds remain assets 20 traceable to the estate which our court-ordered APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 63 MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPHfile:////client/c$/Documents%20and%20Settings/jethomas/Desktop/BB-hearing.txt (7 of 114)BY THE EXAMINER PM] 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED [11/9/2009 9:02:26
  66. 66. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 66 of 444 21 mandate requires us to return to the estate to 22 benefit all the victims of the fraud and to use 23 those as compensation for those victims? And that 24 is the first fundamental question before you. 25 I submit to you that if you follow APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 64 MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPHfile:////client/c$/Documents%20and%20Settings/jethomas/Desktop/BB-hearing.txt (8 of 114)BY THE EXAMINER PM] 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED [11/9/2009 9:02:26
  67. 67. Case 3:09-cv-00298-N Document 1003-3 Filed 02/09/2010 Page 67 of 444 5 1 the case of SEC versus George -- and it is cited in 2 our briefs, it is discussed extensively -- and it is 3 a case from the Sixth Circuit involving Ponzi 4 schemes, involving claims against investors who 5 receive preferential payments. And the Sixth 6 Circuit decided that those investors had to return 7 the money they received. Not just a portion of it, 8 not just what might have been called interest, but 9 they had to return all of it even though there was 10 no allegation of wrongdoing, even though there was 11 no allegation of complicity. 12 And the Sixth Circuit in SEC versus 13 George relied on this Courts opinion in Forex 14 Management for the proposition that investors who 15 were paid with other investors stolen money have no 16 preferential right to retain that money, and that 17 deals -- yes, sir? 18 JUDGE GARWOOD: Is that a legal 19 difference between paying a -- somebody for services 20 or buying something with what you call stolen money, APPENDIX TO SUPPLEMENTAL BRIEF IN FURTHER SUPPORT OF Appx. Page 65 MOTION FOR RELIEF FROM THE INJUNCTION CONTAINED IN PARAGRAPHfile:////client/c$/Documents%20and%20Settings/jethomas/Desktop/BB-hearing.txt (9 of 114)BY THE EXAMINER PM] 10(e) OF THE RECEIVERSHIP ORDER IN RESPONSE TO ISSUES RAISED [11/9/2009 9:02:26

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