- Roche and Ava Labs have made an effort to refute any conspiracy.
- Roche is now working for his own legal firm, Kyle Roche P.A.
Although Kyle Roche is no longer with Roche Freedman, he is still a lawyer. Roche Freedman announced recently that Kyle Roche will quit the law practice he co-founded in 2019. Roche is “no longer with the firm,” according to the business, which will now be known as Freedman Normand Friedland, which also wished him “the best in his future endeavors.”
The issue involving Ava Labs, the cryptocurrency company behind the Avalanche blockchain, is a factor in Roche’s exit. Roche seemed to reveal on hidden camera conversations that Ava Labs had paid him to sue rival businesses in an effort to harm them.
Although Roche and Ava Labs have made an effort to refute any conspiracy, the debate has remained heated and directly impacted Roche’s legal endeavors.
Representing KeyFi Founder
Roche made an effort to get out of the Bitfinex and Tether cases starting on August 30. Roche Freedman said in a court document that Roche is “no longer involved in [its] class action practice” and that Roche would want to be allowed to stop representing clients in those lawsuits.
Moreover, Roche apparently withdrew from legal proceedings involving TRON, BitMEX, and related businesses. Days later, he withdrew from the proceedings involving Solana Labs, Dfinity, BAM Trading (Binance.US), and Nexo.
But according to a court document in Celsius Network’s bankruptcy case, Roche is now working for his own legal firm, Kyle Roche P.A.
According to that document, Jason Stone, the founder of KeyFi, is being represented by Roche. Stone filed a lawsuit against Celsius in July, claiming that amid a problematic business collaboration, the crypto lending firm mishandled and misappropriated money from KeyFi.
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