Lawyers urge judges to stop forcing Bitfinex and Tether to produce documents required by NYAG

Bitfinex and Tether's lawyers said in a new letter that they only spent $500,000 on finding documents for the New York Attorney General's Office (NYAG). In a letter to the Supreme Court of New York on Tuesday, Steptoe and Johnson LLP lawyers Jason Weinstein and Charles Michael and Morgan, Lewis and Blockius LLP's David Miller and Zoe Phillips urged Judge Joel M. Cohen to immediately oppose forced Bitfinex and Tether to produce NYAG. All documents required. It is reported that. Cohen had previously ruled that Bitfinex and Tether needed to retain and hand over part of these documents and retain the rest of the NYAG ban.