The court is the perfect venue for resolving disputes, particularly those involving allegations of fraud or, on the other side of the coin, libel. Why, then, are all of Dr. Wright’s critics so keen to avoid it?
The opening phases of the Wright v McCormack trial got underway this week, with the surprise return of Peter McCormack’s legal team.
The trial was originally scheduled for May 4, 2021, but the Court had accepted a request by Wright’s lawyers to expedite the trial.
The hearing was originally set for McCormack’s strike-out application to be heard, but given that this was withdrawn, Wright’s lawyers had hoped to resolve the case this week.
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The lawyers representing Dr. Craig Wright in his lawsuit against Peter McCormack have confirmed that McCormack intends to abandon his defence of the lawsuit.
Tether is pulling its support for Peter McCormack in Craig Wright’s libel suit, CoinGeek has learned.
Peter McCormack has paid Dr. Craig Wright his £18,500 in costs associated with a failed attempt to delay disclosure in the libel suit against him until after November.
The court in charge of the Wright v McCormack trial has informed both parties that Peter McCormack’s late strike-out application will be heard on November 23, 2020.
The first round in the Wright v McCormack libel bout appears to have gone to Craig Wright, as the U.K. High Court rejected attempts by McCormack to delay discovery.
Peter McCormack is looking to further delay discovery until he’s had a chance to file and argue for a motion to strike out Wright’s lawsuit.