It is worth putting this into context. Carlos Bravo hired a law firm in Florida to take this case, but he did so without informing the AGD. A few weeks after the departure of Bravo, a letter arrived asking us to provide information to continue the case in the United States. We had to come to Miami to meet these professionals since Bravo had not even notified the Attorney General´s office. Indeed, the lawsuit was an attempted seizure here. Here is a report from the AGD manager, Katia Torres (he mentions that the contracted law firm is Squire, Sanders & Dempsey). The incredible thing about this is that the lawyers had committed to hiring a law firm in Ecuador for advice, and that law firm was that of Juan Falconí Puig, and $ 300,000 were budgeted. Naturally, they ordered not to pay that amount or continue with that advice. Indeed, initiating the process in Florida was not the most appropriate.