FTX-affiliated Alameda Research filed a lawsuit Monday afternoon against two cryptocurrency trust managers, claiming they’re refusing to pay out $9 billion to investors, including $250 million to Alameda.

Abrams & Bayliss attorneys with Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan of counsel state in the complaint that if the Court of Chancery frees funds for Alameda, which has filed for Chapter 11, over a million other trust shareholders would also benefit.

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