Investor Blasts Crypto Co.'s Listicle-Like Dismissal Bid

Law360 (January 14, 2020, 7:30 PM EST) -- A Bay Area man who claims $260,000 worth of his cryptocurrency disappeared from a faulty exchange told a California federal judge that the list of defenses from the company that owns the exchange should not end his suit.

In a Monday court filing, James Fabian, the lead plaintiff in the proposed securities class action, told U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers that cryptocurrency company Nano’s answer to his amended complaint was insufficient. He asked the judge to strike each item on Nano's 10-point list of reasons they should not have to face his suit.

“Such boilerplate purported defenses are not proper...

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