In response to a sanctions motion, a Florida attorney accused the owner of the Dallas Mavericks of attacking two cryptocurrency class action-named plaintiffs while having the federal district court keep litigation records “in secret and under seal” to avoid public scrutiny.

“The main question is how far will Mark Cuban go to prevent his compelled damaging deposition and emails from ever becoming public?” Adam Moskowitz, managing partner at the Moskowitz Law Firm, said. Moskowitz is among the attorneys representing the plaintiffs’ proposed class, which traded on the Voyager Digital Ltd. platform after Cuban, a defendant, allegedly touted it.

U.S. District Judge Roy Altman in Miami. U.S. District Judge Roy Altman. Courtesy photo

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