There is no federally guaranteed legal aid for civil cases in the U.S., and it doesn’t appear that Ira Kleiman is using any private aid organizations, which leaves third party litigation funding
The long-time-coming Kleiman v Wright trial is now upon us, and many of the other legal battles have disappeared quicker than they came. In fact, Kleiman will be the first of Dr. Wright’s cases to make it to trial.
In the lead-up to the so-called ‘trial of the century’ begins where Ira Kleiman is suing Dr. Craig Wright over half a million Bitcoin, there have been several odd occurrences that will be labeled by doubters as coincidental.
Dr. Craig S. Wright’s upcoming court battle with the brother of his late friend and colleague Dave Kleiman puts Bitcoin’s creator in a no-win situation—one that has nothing to do with control over the world’s largest stash of BTC.
There’s a staggering amount of money at stake, something made more fascinating by the fact that the defendant isn’t a multi-billion-dollar company forking out over an oil spill: rather, the defendant is one man: inventor of Bitcoin.