Time for a little news catch-up!
This is the NYP, fwiw. Interesting connections, if accurate.
David Boies is no stranger to quandary or controversy. In fact, over his long legal career he always seems to be courting it. You might recall how the 81-year-old super lawyer argued famously…
Interesting article describing the legal battle this upcoming week on who will be leading investigation(s) into FTX.
Justice Department’s Varda wants a “neutral, disinterested examiner” to “untangle the mess.”
Bahamas Opposition is calling for a committee to analyze exactly what happened with FTX and the Bahamian government.
Bahamian Opposition Leader, Michael Pintard is calling for the establishment of a select committee of Parliament to deal with FTX.
SBF-owned Emergent Fidelity Technologies (where SBF held his now-seized 56M shares of Robinhood stock) has filed for bankruptcy.
Emergent is owner of 56 million shares of online brokerage Robinhood.
Washington property owned by SBF’s brother’s nonprofit is pulled from the market after allegations property was purchased with stolen FTX customer funds.
A Capitol Hill townhouse that FTX’s new management believes was bought with customer funds had been listed for about $3.3 million.