November 15, 2019, 7:59AM EST
• 7 min read

Crypto litigation and wall-throwing

Quick Take

  • Needlessly complicated crypto litigation slows down case resolution and creates expense that doesn’t do anyone much good
  • There’s little about bitcoin or other cryptocurrency that necessitates sloppy claim selection and inartful lawsuit drafting
  • A recent lawsuit involving a dispute over a bitcoin mining business demonstrates the peril to plaintiffs of a “throw it up on the wall and see what sticks” litigation strategy

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