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FTX lawyers charge Sam Bankman-Fried with 'Twitter assault'

FTX lawyers charge Sam Bankman-Fried with ‘Twitter assault’

FTX lawyers have accused Sam Bankman-Fried of attempting to disrupt the cryptocurrency empire’s bankruptcy process with a “Twitter attack”. In recent weeks, Bankman-Fried has accused in several tweets and blog posts Sullivan & Cromwell, the law firm representing FTX in Chapter 11 proceedings, of putting him under pressure to accelerate corporate bankruptcies, including the US …

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Joseph Bankman, a Stanford law professor, has tapped Sean Hecker of Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP to represent him.

Lawyers for Sam Bankman-Fried’s father arrive as FTX investigation intensifies

Disgraced FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fred’s father has filed for a lawyer while officials look into his ties to the cryptocurrency firm. Reuters reports that Joseph Bankman, a professor of law at Stanford University, has tapped Sean Hecker of Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP to represent him. Hecker is described, on the firm’s website, as “an …

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Elon Musk's lawyers argue that his purchase of Twitter has caused so much "domestic negativity" that the class action lawsuit trial should be moved from California to Texas.

Elon Musk’s lawyers argue that his purchase of Twitter has caused so much “domestic negativity” that the class action lawsuit trial should be moved from California to Texas.

Elon Musk is facing a class action lawsuit over tweets in which he said he secured funding to take Tesla private. His lawyers say the trial should be held in Texas rather than California to ensure justice. Since Musk’s takeover of Twitter, they argued, potential jurors have become biased against the billionaire. loading Something is …

Elon Musk’s lawyers argue that his purchase of Twitter has caused so much “domestic negativity” that the class action lawsuit trial should be moved from California to Texas. Read More »