U.S. judge sets final trial date of “Kleiman v. Wright” on July 6

Judge Beth Bloom of the Southern District Court of Florida in the United States announced that the final trial date for “Kleiman v. Wright” will be July 6. Both parties must submit their case materials to the court by June 22. However, both parties still have time to settle out of court. The judge requested a settlement notice before July 3. Lianwen previously reported that Craig Wright was sued for embezzling Dave Kleiman’s 1.1 million bitcoins, worth billions of dollars. On August 27, 2019, District Judge Bruce Reinhart ruled that Craig Wright had to give Kleiman 50% of the 1.1 million bitcoins that he claimed to have mined with Kleiman from 2009 to 2011, and pay the lawyer ’s fee and the resulting bill. Related costs. After that, Judge Beth Bloom ruled that Bruce Reinhart’s decision was inappropriate and therefore will not take effect. Wright was required to submit relevant documents including TULIP TRUST, but Wright refused after several delays.