The high profile billion dollar bitcoin lawsuit, Kleiman v. Wright, has continued into the new year. The Kleiman estate’s legal team filed for a protective order to prevent the deposition of Wright’s ex-wife on January 13, 2020. Additionally, the plaintiffs and defendants have scheduled a slew of fact and expert witness depositions for the next three weeks. Deponents mentioned in the court filing include crypto expert Andreas Antonopoulos and the Scottish novelist Andrew O’Hagan may tentatively be deposed as well.
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Plaintiffs File Protective Order Hoping to Prevent the Deposition of Craig Wright’s Ex-Wife
Since February 14, 2018, the self-proclaimed Bitcoin inventor Craig Wright has been fighting a lawsuit versus Ira Kleiman and the Kleiman estate. Ira Kleiman is the brother of the now-deceased Dave Kleiman, who took part in multiple business relationships that involved Wright. The Kleiman estate accused Wright of perpetrating “a scheme against Dave’s estate…