The plaintiff in Kleiman asked CSW to pay $658,000 in litigation costs

According to the Bitcoin Exchange Guide, the legacy management of CW's late partner Dave Kleiman sent a motion to the court on Wednesday asking CW to pay $658,000 in litigation costs. US District Judge Beth Bloom reviewed the motion yesterday and submitted it to Judge Bruce Reinhart for a final ruling. The next hearing on the case will take place on December 4. According to the Odaily Planet Daily, in a court document issued on August 27th, District Judge Bruce Reinhart confirmed that CSW would need to give Kleiman 50% of the 1.1 million bitcoins it claimed to be jointly mined with Kleiman between 2009 and 2011. At the same time, CSW is required to compensate Kleiman for intellectual property fees related to Bitcoin software. In addition, CSW is required to pay legal fees and related expenses incurred by this motion. Also. The court also found that CSW had dishonestly debated, perjury, and admitted false evidence during the motion.