In the Margins

SEC pulls back on in-house judges

October 12, 2015

By The Wall Street Journal

The Securities and Exchange Commission has pulled back on using in-house judges rather than fighting cases in the federal courts. The agency has defended the practice, but an analysis by The Wall Street Journal earlier this year showed that the SEC has a home-court advantage when using its tribunal. Read the original story from The Wall Street Journal.  

 

 

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