Lynn Wright is asking for a declaration from the Court that Ira Kleiman has no authority to use W&K to sue Dr. Craig Wright.
The probate case concerns the estate of the late Dave Kleiman, who is at the heart of the Kleiman v Wright litigation.
Dr. Craig Wright and his legal team are looking beyond the now-defunct motion for summary judgment, towards the January 4 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.
Ira Kleiman has bit back in an aggressive motion to dismiss Lynn Wright’s filing regarding her ownership of W&K Info Defence, the company at the heart of the Kleiman v Wright lawsuit.
New filings by Craig Wright’s ex-wife Lynn Wright could potentially gut the foundational narrative of Ira Kleiman’s case.
The latest order denying Kleiman's request means the actual trial period will likely start as scheduled on August 31, 2020.
With the Kleiman vs. Wright trial formally pushed to August 31, there are still plenty of pre-trial matters yet to be resolved.
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.