For better or worse, the ongoing case between Ira Kleiman and Dr. Craig Wright has been the most fascinating event in the Bitcoin world for the past few years.
The law firm representing Ira Kleiman, Roche Cyrulnik Freedman LLP, is embroiled in a bitter internal struggle that has now resulted the filing of two separate lawsuits in Florida and New York.
Lynn Wright’s probate case against Ira Kleiman and the Dave Kleiman estate is to be stayed until after the Kleiman v Wright litigation is resolved, a Florida court has ruled.
The Court has ruled on the outstanding motions as to admissibility of evidence in next year’s Kleiman v Wright trial.
The court in Kleiman v Wright has ruled on a series of pre-trial motions as to whether or not certain expert witnesses from both sides will be allowed in next year’s jury trial.
The parties had filed a joint application to extend pre-trial deadlines and reset the trial date to January 4. The Court granted that request.
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.