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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from SquaryBone in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from baggy23 in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from AsYouWere in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from PunishmentOfLuxury in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from jbjnr in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from peanut56 in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from pucksterpete in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
  8. Thanks
    brjXRP17 got a reaction from bx549 in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
  9. Thanks
    brjXRP17 got a reaction from aavkk in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from Ramforinkas in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
  11. Thanks
    brjXRP17 got a reaction from mrenne in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
  12. Like
    brjXRP17 got a reaction from VanGogh in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from Wolfparty in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from DavyJones in Ripple Lawsuit Tracker (December 2020)   
    Guys,
    Below is your December 2020 update on the lawsuits filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. As of today, December 28, 2020, there appears to be four (4) open or active lawsuits Ripple Labs, Inc is involved with and litigating. Recently, one (1) active lawsuit filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. was closed (#24 below), bringing down the number of total active cases from five to four. 
     
    The open or active cases are in bold:
    1.) 2013 - Ripple v. LaCore Enterprises    (closed)
    2.) 2015 - Ripple v. Kefi Labs   (closed)
    3.) 2015 - Arthur Britto v. Jed McCaleb   (closed)**
    4.) 2016 - Bitstamp v. Ripple, Jed McCaleb, Stellar   (closed)
    5.) 2016 - Ripple v. Pixel Labs   (closed)
    6.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (Delaware)   (closed)
    7.) 2017 - Ripple and XRP II v. R3 (California)   (closed)
    8.) 2017 - R3 v. Ripple (New York)   (closed)
    9.) 2017 - Tony Petrucci v. Ripple   (closed)
    10.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)   (closed)
    11.) 2018 - Ryan Coffey v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    12.) 2018 - Zakinov v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    13.) 2018 - David Oconer v. Ripple, XRP II and Bradley Garlinghouse (California)  (closed; consolidated w/ #17)
    14.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (California)   (closed)
    15.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    16.) 2018 - Avner Greenwald v. Ripple, XRP II, Bradley Garlinghouse, Christian Larsen, Ben Lawsky (U.S. Appeals Federal Court)  (closed)
    17.) 2018 - Zakinov et al v. Ripple et al (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    18.) 2019 - Cooperative Entertainment, Inc. v. Ripple  (closed)
    19.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    20.) 2020 - Ripple Labs, Inc. et al v. YouTube, LLC (U.S. Federal Court)  (open/active)
    21.) 2020 - Bitcoin Manipulation Abatement, LLC, v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    22.) 2020 - Simmons v. Ripple Labs, XRP II, LLC, and Bradley Garlinghouse (U.S. Federal Court)  (closed)
    23.) 2020 - Thomas Stelmaszyk v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (closed)
    24.) 2020 - NPP Australia Limited v. Ripple Labs, Inc.  (closed)
    25.) 2020 - Creditcare Technology Corporation v. Ripple Labs, Inc., et al  (open/active)
    26.) 2020 - Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ripple Labs, Inc., at al  (open/active)
     
    Notes on active cases (or previously active cases):
    #17 (above) - There was an initial case management conference on November 11, 2020. This securities-related case was referred to private ADR or private alternative dispute resolution, which is common. It appears that some dates were set. Discovery is due on April 15, 2022. Jury selection and trial, which the parties/court estimate will take 12 days, is set for July 17, 2023. Looking at the recent SEC filing against Ripple (#26 above), more likely than not, that case will likely impact the outcome of this specific securities-related case. If the SEC wins their case (#26 above) and XRP is deemed a security by the courts, that will clearly have an impact on this case. If the SEC loses their case (#26 above), the securities-related claims being alleged in this lawsuit will become moot and will likely be dismissed by this federal court. 
     
    #20 (above) - On November 20, 2020, YouTube, LLC won a small victory in this case and had their motion to dismiss granted by the court. Ripple Labs, Inc. filed an amended complaint on December 11, 2020, and YouTube, LLC recently asked the court for more time to respond on December 18, 2020. As of right now, there is an initial case management conference between the parties and the court scheduled for February 4, 2021 at 9:30 AM PT. Going to be watching to see whether YouTube, LLC is successful again with another motion to dismiss here. We'll see. 

    #24 (above) - Ripple Labs, Inc. was sued by a consortium of Australia banks over alleged intellectual property infringement concerning "PayID." As of December 23, 2020, this case is now closed. My guess is that Ripple Labs, Inc. settled here, paid something to NPP Australia Limited and agreed not to use "PayID" without their permission. The "Pay ID" trademarks filed by Ripple Labs in June 2020 were abandoned on December 21, 2020, two days before this case was closed. It appears that "PayString" is going to replace "PayID", for Ripple Labs, Inc. filed for two new trademarks in November 2020. 

    #25 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed against Ripple Labs, Inc. for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud, and tortious interference with a contract. Creditcare Technology Corporation. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TML Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TML terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. The complaint was filed on October 13, 2020. My guess is Ripple Labs, Inc. will be responding to this complaint soon. It appears the initial case management conference is scheduled for March 17, 2021. 

    #26 (above) - This is a new lawsuit that was recently filed by the SEC against Ripple Labs, Inc. My guess is that most of you have already heard about this case. As of today, there is nothing new to report after looking at the docket. Here are my initial thoughts. In my opinion, we are going to get regulatory clarity a lot faster from the US Congress passing a bill versus letting this case (and #17 above), play itself out in the US court system. This case could go well into 2022 or 2023, especially when you factor in the losing party appealing. Now, the SEC under a new administration could come out with some new guidance that would go directly against their case (e.g., the SEC says XRP is not a security), but I highly doubt they would do that. And, in my opinion, it does Ripple Labs, Inc. no good settling this case, for I don't think that is going to provide the regulatory clarity that they are after here. It also does them no good if the case is simple dropped by the SEC under the new administration or dismissed by the court. Again, XRP gets regulatory clarity either from this case filed by the SEC (or from other case law already being litigated out there that no one ever talks about) or from Congress. At this time, my money is on the latter; Congress will likely provide regulatory clarity faster here for XRP. We'll see what happens. Please be patient. Good things take time. 
     
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/35446-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-september-2020
    https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/34658-ripple-lawsuit-tracker-may-2020
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     
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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from hallwaymonitor in Creditcare Technology v. Ripple Labs   
    Hey guys, 

    TL;DR: a new lawsuit or complaint for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud and tortious interference with contract, has been filed against Ripple (the company). Creditcare Technology Corporation (based out of Palo Alto, CA) recently filed a lawsuit against Ripple Labs, Inc. on October 13, 2020. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TLM Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TLM terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. 
     
    Here is a link to the Creditcare Technology's website:
    https://creditcaretech.com/

    And here is a more detailed analysis of the lawsuit or complaint:
    1) Creditcare Technology Corporation is a fintech company based out of Palo Alto, California (US). They are the plaintiff in this case. Ripple Labs, Inc. or Ripple (the company) is the defendant. 
    2) Creditcare offers several different products and services, including consumer loans and money transfers, including remittances to middle-class people in emerging markets like South Asia and Africa. In the complaint, Creditcare calls themselves a consumer finance company.

    3) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, Ripple Labs approached Creditcare through its third-party agent, wanting to help the company process cross-border transactions quickly and securely. As the relationship grew, Ripple Labs allegedly asked Creditcare for its client references. After several reassurances from Ripple Labs through its agent, Creditcare wanted to sign an Non-Disclosure Agreement or NDA before moving forward. Both Creditcare and Ripple Labs allegedly signed the NDA. 
    4) The complaint goes on to allege that Ripple Labs used Creditcare's client references list to steal one of their biggest clients - TLM Remittance Center SDN (based out of Malaysia). TLM apparently signed a contract with Creditcare back in September 2019 for the use of two products - consumer loans and remittances. Here is a link to TLM's website - https://www.i-tml.net/

    5) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, TLM wanted to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. 
    6) TLM terminated its contract a few months later in December 2019 after signing with Creditcare in September 2019. According to the complaint, TLM replaced the plaintiff-Creditcare's contract with a contract from Ripple Labs. 
    7) Creditcare alleges that it has suffered monetary damages by as much as $20 million USD in direct revenue over the next five years, along with damaging its brand in Malaysia through its partnership with TLM. 

    8) This case was filed in state court in California. 
    9) Creditcare's "prayer for relief" includes awarding compensatory damages to be proven at trial along with punitive damages at the maximum amount permitted under California law. My guess is they will want north of $20 million USD once the punitive damages get added on. 
    10) Search for the court filing here (for free) on the state's website - https://webapps.sftc.org/captcha/captcha.dll?referrer=https://webapps.sftc.org/ci/CaseInfo.dll?

    The community will be updated as this case makes its way through the judicial process. Even if these allegations are false, my guess is that this lawsuit will be settled out-of-court by Ripple Labs. @ICookinBrine posted something on this a few weeks ago, so shout out to @ICookinBrine. 
    Thanks, guys! 
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     





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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from Scout in Ripple says it will be sued by the SEC   
    As soon as something gets filed by the SEC, I'll provide the community with an updated lawsuit tracker along with my initial thoughts. I am currently tracking everything.  
  17. Thanks
    brjXRP17 got a reaction from Pablo in Creditcare Technology v. Ripple Labs   
    Hey guys, 

    TL;DR: a new lawsuit or complaint for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud and tortious interference with contract, has been filed against Ripple (the company). Creditcare Technology Corporation (based out of Palo Alto, CA) recently filed a lawsuit against Ripple Labs, Inc. on October 13, 2020. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TLM Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TLM terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. 
     
    Here is a link to the Creditcare Technology's website:
    https://creditcaretech.com/

    And here is a more detailed analysis of the lawsuit or complaint:
    1) Creditcare Technology Corporation is a fintech company based out of Palo Alto, California (US). They are the plaintiff in this case. Ripple Labs, Inc. or Ripple (the company) is the defendant. 
    2) Creditcare offers several different products and services, including consumer loans and money transfers, including remittances to middle-class people in emerging markets like South Asia and Africa. In the complaint, Creditcare calls themselves a consumer finance company.

    3) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, Ripple Labs approached Creditcare through its third-party agent, wanting to help the company process cross-border transactions quickly and securely. As the relationship grew, Ripple Labs allegedly asked Creditcare for its client references. After several reassurances from Ripple Labs through its agent, Creditcare wanted to sign an Non-Disclosure Agreement or NDA before moving forward. Both Creditcare and Ripple Labs allegedly signed the NDA. 
    4) The complaint goes on to allege that Ripple Labs used Creditcare's client references list to steal one of their biggest clients - TLM Remittance Center SDN (based out of Malaysia). TLM apparently signed a contract with Creditcare back in September 2019 for the use of two products - consumer loans and remittances. Here is a link to TLM's website - https://www.i-tml.net/

    5) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, TLM wanted to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. 
    6) TLM terminated its contract a few months later in December 2019 after signing with Creditcare in September 2019. According to the complaint, TLM replaced the plaintiff-Creditcare's contract with a contract from Ripple Labs. 
    7) Creditcare alleges that it has suffered monetary damages by as much as $20 million USD in direct revenue over the next five years, along with damaging its brand in Malaysia through its partnership with TLM. 

    8) This case was filed in state court in California. 
    9) Creditcare's "prayer for relief" includes awarding compensatory damages to be proven at trial along with punitive damages at the maximum amount permitted under California law. My guess is they will want north of $20 million USD once the punitive damages get added on. 
    10) Search for the court filing here (for free) on the state's website - https://webapps.sftc.org/captcha/captcha.dll?referrer=https://webapps.sftc.org/ci/CaseInfo.dll?

    The community will be updated as this case makes its way through the judicial process. Even if these allegations are false, my guess is that this lawsuit will be settled out-of-court by Ripple Labs. @ICookinBrine posted something on this a few weeks ago, so shout out to @ICookinBrine. 
    Thanks, guys! 
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     





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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from jn_r in Creditcare Technology v. Ripple Labs   
    Hey guys, 

    TL;DR: a new lawsuit or complaint for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud and tortious interference with contract, has been filed against Ripple (the company). Creditcare Technology Corporation (based out of Palo Alto, CA) recently filed a lawsuit against Ripple Labs, Inc. on October 13, 2020. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TLM Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TLM terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. 
     
    Here is a link to the Creditcare Technology's website:
    https://creditcaretech.com/

    And here is a more detailed analysis of the lawsuit or complaint:
    1) Creditcare Technology Corporation is a fintech company based out of Palo Alto, California (US). They are the plaintiff in this case. Ripple Labs, Inc. or Ripple (the company) is the defendant. 
    2) Creditcare offers several different products and services, including consumer loans and money transfers, including remittances to middle-class people in emerging markets like South Asia and Africa. In the complaint, Creditcare calls themselves a consumer finance company.

    3) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, Ripple Labs approached Creditcare through its third-party agent, wanting to help the company process cross-border transactions quickly and securely. As the relationship grew, Ripple Labs allegedly asked Creditcare for its client references. After several reassurances from Ripple Labs through its agent, Creditcare wanted to sign an Non-Disclosure Agreement or NDA before moving forward. Both Creditcare and Ripple Labs allegedly signed the NDA. 
    4) The complaint goes on to allege that Ripple Labs used Creditcare's client references list to steal one of their biggest clients - TLM Remittance Center SDN (based out of Malaysia). TLM apparently signed a contract with Creditcare back in September 2019 for the use of two products - consumer loans and remittances. Here is a link to TLM's website - https://www.i-tml.net/

    5) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, TLM wanted to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. 
    6) TLM terminated its contract a few months later in December 2019 after signing with Creditcare in September 2019. According to the complaint, TLM replaced the plaintiff-Creditcare's contract with a contract from Ripple Labs. 
    7) Creditcare alleges that it has suffered monetary damages by as much as $20 million USD in direct revenue over the next five years, along with damaging its brand in Malaysia through its partnership with TLM. 

    8) This case was filed in state court in California. 
    9) Creditcare's "prayer for relief" includes awarding compensatory damages to be proven at trial along with punitive damages at the maximum amount permitted under California law. My guess is they will want north of $20 million USD once the punitive damages get added on. 
    10) Search for the court filing here (for free) on the state's website - https://webapps.sftc.org/captcha/captcha.dll?referrer=https://webapps.sftc.org/ci/CaseInfo.dll?

    The community will be updated as this case makes its way through the judicial process. Even if these allegations are false, my guess is that this lawsuit will be settled out-of-court by Ripple Labs. @ICookinBrine posted something on this a few weeks ago, so shout out to @ICookinBrine. 
    Thanks, guys! 
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     





  19. Thanks
    brjXRP17 got a reaction from BillyOckham in Ripple says it will be sued by the SEC   
    As soon as something gets filed by the SEC, I'll provide the community with an updated lawsuit tracker along with my initial thoughts. I am currently tracking everything.  
  20. Thanks
    brjXRP17 got a reaction from King34Maine in Creditcare Technology v. Ripple Labs   
    Hey guys, 

    TL;DR: a new lawsuit or complaint for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud and tortious interference with contract, has been filed against Ripple (the company). Creditcare Technology Corporation (based out of Palo Alto, CA) recently filed a lawsuit against Ripple Labs, Inc. on October 13, 2020. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TLM Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TLM terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. 
     
    Here is a link to the Creditcare Technology's website:
    https://creditcaretech.com/

    And here is a more detailed analysis of the lawsuit or complaint:
    1) Creditcare Technology Corporation is a fintech company based out of Palo Alto, California (US). They are the plaintiff in this case. Ripple Labs, Inc. or Ripple (the company) is the defendant. 
    2) Creditcare offers several different products and services, including consumer loans and money transfers, including remittances to middle-class people in emerging markets like South Asia and Africa. In the complaint, Creditcare calls themselves a consumer finance company.

    3) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, Ripple Labs approached Creditcare through its third-party agent, wanting to help the company process cross-border transactions quickly and securely. As the relationship grew, Ripple Labs allegedly asked Creditcare for its client references. After several reassurances from Ripple Labs through its agent, Creditcare wanted to sign an Non-Disclosure Agreement or NDA before moving forward. Both Creditcare and Ripple Labs allegedly signed the NDA. 
    4) The complaint goes on to allege that Ripple Labs used Creditcare's client references list to steal one of their biggest clients - TLM Remittance Center SDN (based out of Malaysia). TLM apparently signed a contract with Creditcare back in September 2019 for the use of two products - consumer loans and remittances. Here is a link to TLM's website - https://www.i-tml.net/

    5) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, TLM wanted to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. 
    6) TLM terminated its contract a few months later in December 2019 after signing with Creditcare in September 2019. According to the complaint, TLM replaced the plaintiff-Creditcare's contract with a contract from Ripple Labs. 
    7) Creditcare alleges that it has suffered monetary damages by as much as $20 million USD in direct revenue over the next five years, along with damaging its brand in Malaysia through its partnership with TLM. 

    8) This case was filed in state court in California. 
    9) Creditcare's "prayer for relief" includes awarding compensatory damages to be proven at trial along with punitive damages at the maximum amount permitted under California law. My guess is they will want north of $20 million USD once the punitive damages get added on. 
    10) Search for the court filing here (for free) on the state's website - https://webapps.sftc.org/captcha/captcha.dll?referrer=https://webapps.sftc.org/ci/CaseInfo.dll?

    The community will be updated as this case makes its way through the judicial process. Even if these allegations are false, my guess is that this lawsuit will be settled out-of-court by Ripple Labs. @ICookinBrine posted something on this a few weeks ago, so shout out to @ICookinBrine. 
    Thanks, guys! 
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     





  21. Thanks
    brjXRP17 got a reaction from aavkk in Ripple says it will be sued by the SEC   
    As soon as something gets filed by the SEC, I'll provide the community with an updated lawsuit tracker along with my initial thoughts. I am currently tracking everything.  
  22. Thanks
    brjXRP17 got a reaction from LetHerRip in Creditcare Technology v. Ripple Labs   
    Hey guys, 

    TL;DR: a new lawsuit or complaint for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud and tortious interference with contract, has been filed against Ripple (the company). Creditcare Technology Corporation (based out of Palo Alto, CA) recently filed a lawsuit against Ripple Labs, Inc. on October 13, 2020. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TLM Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TLM terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. 
     
    Here is a link to the Creditcare Technology's website:
    https://creditcaretech.com/

    And here is a more detailed analysis of the lawsuit or complaint:
    1) Creditcare Technology Corporation is a fintech company based out of Palo Alto, California (US). They are the plaintiff in this case. Ripple Labs, Inc. or Ripple (the company) is the defendant. 
    2) Creditcare offers several different products and services, including consumer loans and money transfers, including remittances to middle-class people in emerging markets like South Asia and Africa. In the complaint, Creditcare calls themselves a consumer finance company.

    3) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, Ripple Labs approached Creditcare through its third-party agent, wanting to help the company process cross-border transactions quickly and securely. As the relationship grew, Ripple Labs allegedly asked Creditcare for its client references. After several reassurances from Ripple Labs through its agent, Creditcare wanted to sign an Non-Disclosure Agreement or NDA before moving forward. Both Creditcare and Ripple Labs allegedly signed the NDA. 
    4) The complaint goes on to allege that Ripple Labs used Creditcare's client references list to steal one of their biggest clients - TLM Remittance Center SDN (based out of Malaysia). TLM apparently signed a contract with Creditcare back in September 2019 for the use of two products - consumer loans and remittances. Here is a link to TLM's website - https://www.i-tml.net/

    5) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, TLM wanted to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. 
    6) TLM terminated its contract a few months later in December 2019 after signing with Creditcare in September 2019. According to the complaint, TLM replaced the plaintiff-Creditcare's contract with a contract from Ripple Labs. 
    7) Creditcare alleges that it has suffered monetary damages by as much as $20 million USD in direct revenue over the next five years, along with damaging its brand in Malaysia through its partnership with TLM. 

    8) This case was filed in state court in California. 
    9) Creditcare's "prayer for relief" includes awarding compensatory damages to be proven at trial along with punitive damages at the maximum amount permitted under California law. My guess is they will want north of $20 million USD once the punitive damages get added on. 
    10) Search for the court filing here (for free) on the state's website - https://webapps.sftc.org/captcha/captcha.dll?referrer=https://webapps.sftc.org/ci/CaseInfo.dll?

    The community will be updated as this case makes its way through the judicial process. Even if these allegations are false, my guess is that this lawsuit will be settled out-of-court by Ripple Labs. @ICookinBrine posted something on this a few weeks ago, so shout out to @ICookinBrine. 
    Thanks, guys! 
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     





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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from Karl in Creditcare Technology v. Ripple Labs   
    Hey guys, 

    TL;DR: a new lawsuit or complaint for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud and tortious interference with contract, has been filed against Ripple (the company). Creditcare Technology Corporation (based out of Palo Alto, CA) recently filed a lawsuit against Ripple Labs, Inc. on October 13, 2020. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TLM Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TLM terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. 
     
    Here is a link to the Creditcare Technology's website:
    https://creditcaretech.com/

    And here is a more detailed analysis of the lawsuit or complaint:
    1) Creditcare Technology Corporation is a fintech company based out of Palo Alto, California (US). They are the plaintiff in this case. Ripple Labs, Inc. or Ripple (the company) is the defendant. 
    2) Creditcare offers several different products and services, including consumer loans and money transfers, including remittances to middle-class people in emerging markets like South Asia and Africa. In the complaint, Creditcare calls themselves a consumer finance company.

    3) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, Ripple Labs approached Creditcare through its third-party agent, wanting to help the company process cross-border transactions quickly and securely. As the relationship grew, Ripple Labs allegedly asked Creditcare for its client references. After several reassurances from Ripple Labs through its agent, Creditcare wanted to sign an Non-Disclosure Agreement or NDA before moving forward. Both Creditcare and Ripple Labs allegedly signed the NDA. 
    4) The complaint goes on to allege that Ripple Labs used Creditcare's client references list to steal one of their biggest clients - TLM Remittance Center SDN (based out of Malaysia). TLM apparently signed a contract with Creditcare back in September 2019 for the use of two products - consumer loans and remittances. Here is a link to TLM's website - https://www.i-tml.net/

    5) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, TLM wanted to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. 
    6) TLM terminated its contract a few months later in December 2019 after signing with Creditcare in September 2019. According to the complaint, TLM replaced the plaintiff-Creditcare's contract with a contract from Ripple Labs. 
    7) Creditcare alleges that it has suffered monetary damages by as much as $20 million USD in direct revenue over the next five years, along with damaging its brand in Malaysia through its partnership with TLM. 

    8) This case was filed in state court in California. 
    9) Creditcare's "prayer for relief" includes awarding compensatory damages to be proven at trial along with punitive damages at the maximum amount permitted under California law. My guess is they will want north of $20 million USD once the punitive damages get added on. 
    10) Search for the court filing here (for free) on the state's website - https://webapps.sftc.org/captcha/captcha.dll?referrer=https://webapps.sftc.org/ci/CaseInfo.dll?

    The community will be updated as this case makes its way through the judicial process. Even if these allegations are false, my guess is that this lawsuit will be settled out-of-court by Ripple Labs. @ICookinBrine posted something on this a few weeks ago, so shout out to @ICookinBrine. 
    Thanks, guys! 
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     





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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from Xrpdude in Ripple says it will be sued by the SEC   
    As soon as something gets filed by the SEC, I'll provide the community with an updated lawsuit tracker along with my initial thoughts. I am currently tracking everything.  
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    brjXRP17 got a reaction from jcdenton in Creditcare Technology v. Ripple Labs   
    Hey guys, 

    TL;DR: a new lawsuit or complaint for several legal claims, including breach of contract, fraud and tortious interference with contract, has been filed against Ripple (the company). Creditcare Technology Corporation (based out of Palo Alto, CA) recently filed a lawsuit against Ripple Labs, Inc. on October 13, 2020. At the heart of this dispute appears to be one of Creditcare's biggest clients, TLM Remittance Center SDN, a company based in Malaysia that was looking to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. TLM terminated their agreement with Creditcare and signed up with Ripple Labs. 
     
    Here is a link to the Creditcare Technology's website:
    https://creditcaretech.com/

    And here is a more detailed analysis of the lawsuit or complaint:
    1) Creditcare Technology Corporation is a fintech company based out of Palo Alto, California (US). They are the plaintiff in this case. Ripple Labs, Inc. or Ripple (the company) is the defendant. 
    2) Creditcare offers several different products and services, including consumer loans and money transfers, including remittances to middle-class people in emerging markets like South Asia and Africa. In the complaint, Creditcare calls themselves a consumer finance company.

    3) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, Ripple Labs approached Creditcare through its third-party agent, wanting to help the company process cross-border transactions quickly and securely. As the relationship grew, Ripple Labs allegedly asked Creditcare for its client references. After several reassurances from Ripple Labs through its agent, Creditcare wanted to sign an Non-Disclosure Agreement or NDA before moving forward. Both Creditcare and Ripple Labs allegedly signed the NDA. 
    4) The complaint goes on to allege that Ripple Labs used Creditcare's client references list to steal one of their biggest clients - TLM Remittance Center SDN (based out of Malaysia). TLM apparently signed a contract with Creditcare back in September 2019 for the use of two products - consumer loans and remittances. Here is a link to TLM's website - https://www.i-tml.net/

    5) According to plaintiff-Creditcare, TLM wanted to process $240 million USD in remittances using blockchain. 
    6) TLM terminated its contract a few months later in December 2019 after signing with Creditcare in September 2019. According to the complaint, TLM replaced the plaintiff-Creditcare's contract with a contract from Ripple Labs. 
    7) Creditcare alleges that it has suffered monetary damages by as much as $20 million USD in direct revenue over the next five years, along with damaging its brand in Malaysia through its partnership with TLM. 

    8) This case was filed in state court in California. 
    9) Creditcare's "prayer for relief" includes awarding compensatory damages to be proven at trial along with punitive damages at the maximum amount permitted under California law. My guess is they will want north of $20 million USD once the punitive damages get added on. 
    10) Search for the court filing here (for free) on the state's website - https://webapps.sftc.org/captcha/captcha.dll?referrer=https://webapps.sftc.org/ci/CaseInfo.dll?

    The community will be updated as this case makes its way through the judicial process. Even if these allegations are false, my guess is that this lawsuit will be settled out-of-court by Ripple Labs. @ICookinBrine posted something on this a few weeks ago, so shout out to @ICookinBrine. 
    Thanks, guys! 
    @Pablo @WillGetThere @jcdenton @Snoopy @vlad_got_it @Mrsrippley @xrpisking
     





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