According to FinanceFeeds, former Mt.Gox client Gregory Greene's lawsuit against Mt.Gox's former CEO Mark Karpeles has made little progress. The District Court for the Northern District of Illinois has instructed Karpeles to produce certain documents related to the operation of the Mt.Gox exchange, but he refused on the grounds that it needed the consent of the Japanese prosecutor. In response, the Illinois court has filed a request with Japanese prosecutors and requested cooperation on the matter. Earlier this week, the parties to the case filed a status report showing little change in discovery. To date, Karpeles' lawyers have been informed that the order has been provided to Japanese prosecutors, but there is no information that the Japanese prosecutor has responded to any order from the Illinois courts. As a result, Karpeles did not produce any documents involved in an Illinois court order. According to previous reports, Gregory Greene filed an inquiry and file request to Karpeles on February 11 this year, and each piece of information operated the exchange with Karpeles (acting as Mt.Gox CEO from 2011 to 2014) and interacted with actual and potential customers Way related.