In a trial set for two days, parties will present their arguments over whether Peter McCormack is liable for defamation with regard to social media posts he made about Dr. Wright’s status as Bitcoin inventor Satoshi Nakamoto.
The slate of lawsuits filed by Dr. Craig Wright are often analyzed as though they are a deliberate continuation of Dr. Wright’s emergence as Satoshi Nakamoto in 2015.
The £90,000 relates to a series of filings by McCormack in 2021 in which he attempted to revive his abandoned legal defense at the eleventh hour.
As he made his Twitter exit, McCormack copped to being “a hypocrite” in his criticisms of the platform, noting that he was quite capable of “being a prick myself” in his interactions with other Twitter members.
Peter McCormack will now have to face Dr. Wright’s defamation claim at trial in May on the limited basis that though his attacks on Wright were untrue, they nonetheless still failed to cause him serious harm.
Notable anti-BSV campaigner Peter McCormack used his influence to pressure financial channel Real Vision to delete tweets pointing to an interview with Unbounded Capital's leaders.
The U.K. court has denied Peter McCormack permission to appeal October’s sweeping judgment in which the court threw out all but one pillar of the blogger’s defense against Dr. Craig Wright’s defamation suit.
The U.K. High Court has handed down a sweeping judgment in favor of Dr. Craig Wright in the Wright v McCormack litigation, ruling in his favor on all but one disputed matter.
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.