New York law firm Morrison Cohen LLP has launched a special tracker called MoCo Cryptocurrency Litigation, which tracks and updates information about all active litigation in the United States related to cryptocurrencies. This is reported by News Bitcoin Com.
At the time of publication there are information about 63 active processes in the tracker. The cases are arranged in chronological order and divided into several categories.
According to the idea of the creators, with the help of a tracker, potential investors will be able to assess the company quick or to find out whether it is subject to legal proceedings. The service also provides links to all documents related to the listed cases, including final orders.
Currently, 27 of the 63 cases submitted are related to the suspension of activities, 24 are described as "Group claims and other private proceedings", another 18 cases - "Proceedings involving regulators".
It is noted that Morrison Cohen will also monitor the regulatory-related cryptocurrency claims of such agencies as the Securities and Exchange Commission, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, and the New York State Department of Financial Services, in addition to “other regulatory announcements” including those made by executive order.