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After signalling its intent to serve Johannes Steynberg through the Hague Convention last month, the CFTC has now asked for permission to effect alternate service. If granted, the CFTC will serve Steynberg via a Texas newspaper and the Supreme Court of Texas’ website. Johannes Steynberg is CEO of Mirror Trading International (MTI). MTI is a [Continue reading...]

Source: CFTC drops Hague service on Steynberg, now publication

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