Soccer Exchange Wants Bank Freeze Lifted In Fraud Fight

Law360, London (July 15, 2020, 6:22 PM BST) -- An online exchange for shares in soccer teams urged a London judge Wednesday to lift an injunction on its assets after a lawyer for an investor suing the marketplace for defrauding investors failed to mention he was involved in shaping the failed project.

Vitaliy Kozachenko, the founder of Fortior Law, failed to disclose the fact that he acted as an adviser in connection with London Football Exchange Market Ltd.'s efforts to launch a marketplace for buying shares in soccer clubs, counsel for the online exchange claimed.

Instead, Kozachenko obtained a freezing order on behalf of an investor now suing the exchange...

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