Kleiman Bitcoin Case Heads to Trial as Motion for Sanctions Against Craig Wright Is Denied

Kleiman Bitcoin Case Heads to Trial as Motion for Sanctions Against Craig Wright Is Denied

Craig S Wright (CoinDesk Archives/modified using Photomosh)

Divisive crypto industry businessman Craig Wright is heading to a jury trial in a case that revolves around billions of dollars in .

The move to trial comes after the legal team for the estate of David Kleiman, Wright’s deceased former business partner, was denied an omnibus motion filed in May attempting to sanction Wright over his alleged misbehavior.

“According to Plaintiffs [Ira Kleiman et al.], throughout the litigation Defendant [Craig Wright] has engaged in a sustained pattern of perjury, forged evidence, misleading filings and obstruction,” according to a filed Wednesday.

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