A Miami judge has cut off Ecuador's long reach into the U.S. judicial system, halting the country's effort to recover assets from two fugitive banker brothers accused of looting one of the country's biggest banks in the 1990s. The judge found that decisions made in Ecuador to seize the assets failed to meet the standards of U.S. constitutional law.
Fla. Judge Rejects Ecuador's Suit Against Sibling Bankers
Daily Business Review
June 6, 2013