The order is the latest in a series which detail the Court’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kleiman v Wright lawsuit has brought to public two remarkably interesting characters, whose importance stretches far beyond the depositions and testimonies they have provided.
Ira Kleiman wants the Court to sanction Wright over “a sustained pattern of perjury, forged evidence, misleading filings, and obstruction.”
The Kleiman v Wright lawsuit has taken another turn, with a bombshell filing casting significant doubt on narrative spun in Ira Kleiman’s complaint.
Much anticipation surrounds the mysterious "Tulip Trusts," which many understand to contain vital information on—or even access to—over a million Bitcoins.
In a major legal victory for Craig Wright, U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom said U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart’s sanctions order was too harsh a punishment.
Calvin Ayre has withdrawn from negotiations to acquire Dave Kleiman's estate based on a legal analysis that concluded the estate holds no significant assets.
The evidentiary hearing in the Kleiman v. Wright case has concluded, which per Dr. Craig Wright find it as extreme and disproportionate.
Dr. Craig S. Wright took the stand in Florida, where he's involved in a lawsuit stemming from his work on what would ultimately become Bitcoin.
Dr. Craig Wright has now claimed, under penalty of perjury, that he mined the first 70 Bitcoin blocks, only something Satoshi Nakamoto can do.
Ira Kleiman’s case against Dr. Craig Wright is quickly falling apart, but it is helping to prove the man was indeed Satoshi.