Parties in the Kleiman v Wright lawsuit attended a hearing before Judge Beth Bloom on Wednesday to discuss outstanding evidentiary and administrative issues ahead of the November 1 trial.
The list is broken into two categories: fact witnesses who will be on hand to give evidence of fact and not opinion, and expert witnesses who will provide opinion within their expertise.
The billion-dollar Kleiman v Wright trial is still set to go ahead on November 1, according to a status conference between the parties on Friday.
The parties reported to Judge Beth Bloom that the second attempt at mediation by the parties was unsuccessful, and both agreed that they considered that avenue of dispute resolution exhausted.
Roche Freedman LLP have withdrawn five lawsuits which they originally filed against a selection of digital asset companies, principally accusing them of offering unregistered securities.
The parties in Kleiman v Wright have filed a joint motion requesting to re-set the trial date, originally scheduled for June, to November 1, 2021.
Tulip Trust trustee Ramona Ang has filed a lawsuit against Ira Kleiman for negligence and breach of fiduciary duty in relation to his ongoing lawsuit against her husband, Dr. Craig Wright.
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.
Win or lose, an ILO token could potentially be traded on the open market, with price speculation creating profits far higher than any amount needed to fund litigation.
The delay is due to the delay of all jury trials until April and the need to prioritize criminal cases, according to United States District Judge Beth Bloom.