Bitfinex and NYAG's jurisdictional battle to continue as judge sets another date

Quick Take

  • Bitfinex and the NYAG are locked in a continued legal scuffle over whether the NYAG has jurisdiction over the company
  • In a hearing today, both sides argued their case for and against jurisdiction
  • While the judge said he hoped to come to a resolution today, ultimately another date was set
The New York Attorney General’s Office (NYAG) and iFinex counsel continued their court battle today, with the Bitfinex parent company continuing to allege the NYAG lacks jurisdiction in the case. While the presiding judge, Hon. Joel M. Cohen, initially said he hoped to resolve the case today, the court ultimately decided to continue the matter, […]

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May 5, 2022, 3:17PM UTC