Dr. Craig Wright sued in libel over 14 tweets published by Peter McCormack and words spoken by him in a YouTube video between March and October 2019.
The suit arises from a hack on Dr. Craig Wright’s home network in 2020 which saw the keys to a colossal amount of Bitcoin stolen from him.
ONTIER LLP responds to the judgment handed down by Justice Falk following a successful application by 13 of the 16 Bitcoin developer defendants to challenge the English court’s jurisdiction in legal proceedings brought by Tulip Trading Limited.
Managing Partner Derek Stinson talks about the CoinGeek Conference, what ONTIER is currently paying attention to, and shares some development with Dr. Craig Wright's stolen Bitcoin.
You may have bitcoins in your wallet or stored on an exchange, but that does not necessarily mean these bitcoins belong to you, Dr. Michael Wehrmann writes.
ONTIER, a law firm that specializes in handling cases related to blockchain and digital assets, is a sponsor of the 7th CoinGeek Conference—taking place in Zurich, Switzerland on June 8-10.
The individual behind the Cøbra pseudonym is making thinly veiled threats of violence against the law firm representing Dr. Craig Wright in the defense of his copyright in the Bitcoin white paper.
The law firm representing Dr. Craig Wright, has announced that it is has been granted permission to serve bitcoin.org operator Cøbra with papers over the hosting of the Bitcoin white paper.