Lawyer Roche alleges statements he made about Ava Labs are false, the result of intoxication

Kyle Roche, the attorney at the center of a complaint filed by the website Cryptoleaks about a secrecy agreement between his company and Ava Labs, responded on Monday: Position in medium. Like his CEO of Ava Labs, Emin Gün Sirer, Roche denied the existence of a secret agreement between the parties.

Roche It was published Created at the request of ICP Token creator Dominic Williams on the Cryptoleaks website. Roche’s company, Roche Freedman, filed a class action lawsuit against Williams and his Dfinity Foundation last October. Roche said the recording was heavily edited, and he denied the veracity of statements he made on the recording. According to Roche:

“The statement in the video […] False and obtained through deceptive means including a deliberate scheme to get me drunk using leading questions and then exploit me. ”

The published video shows Roche in two separate settings. One series of clips was recorded at a restaurant where Roche can be seen in a wine glass. A set of other clips appear to have been recorded in an office setting.

Syrah make Also commenting on the Cryptoleaks allegations on his little-used Medium blog on Monday. Sirer denied that Ava Labs entered into a confidential agreement with Roche’s law firm to manipulate the U.S. legal system to “harm” its competitors. Sirer wrote:

“Roche is not part of our management team. We do not seek his advice except for a few minor issues where he represented us. […] He deals with only a few cases in his field that are of little importance to us. ”

Cryptoleaks, an anonymous website that claims to launch an investigation based on information from a whistleblower, has not retracted its claims. Roche, in addition to Cryptoleaks recordings claimed A complaint filed in the Florida Circuit Court against Roche, his partner, and his law firm by a former partner provides evidence of the confidentiality agreement.

“In exchange for legal services, Ava Labs has agreed to pay Roche Freedman LLP a fixed amount of tokens for a period of 36 months beginning September 30, 2019,” the complaint posted on Cryptoleaks’ website reads. claimed.