Weekly Roundup: Russian Documents Allowed in US Money Laundering Trial, Confirmation of US Sanctions Chief Delayed, and More

A New York federal judge presiding over a criminal trial involving the theft and laundering of $230 million tied to the suspicious death of Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky has ruled that court documents obtained by the prosecution from a parallel case in Russia can be used as evidence to further their case, New York Law Journal reported. More Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee, announced he would withhold confirmation of U.S. President Donald Trump's pick to lead the Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, Sigal Mandelker, until that office provided sufficient details about Trump's financial...