The First Amendment ruling is Mossack Fonseca’s latest legal stumble against the streaming giant.
Prosecutors have issued arrest warrants for Jürgen Mossack and Ramón Fonseca, the founders of the law firm at the heart of a global investigation on the rogue offshore industry.
Defense attorneys in the upcoming criminal trial argued that the words “shell” company and “tax haven” would unfairly inflame the passions of the jury.
Court told Ramón Mossack and Jurgen Fonseca are under scrutiny by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, as the pair attempt to stop Netflix streaming The Laundromat.
Whistleblowing was the topic of the night at a screening of the Panama Papers-inspired film, just hours after the announcement of impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump.
The Hollywood stars used the opening of the Panama Papers-inspired film to call attention to tax haven corruption and to the bravery of journalists fighting to expose wrongdoing.
So you've heard about Steven Soderbergh's movie The Laundromat. But what are Mossack Fonseca and the Panama Papers?
The film, starring Meryl Streep, will premiere at the upcoming film festival, considered a key launchpad for Academy Awards’ success next February.