Ripple lawsuit: SEC receives another shock after latest court ruling

by Daniel Roberts
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Ripple lawsuit: SEC receives another shock after latest court ruling

American watchdog SEC took a recent hit as the battle against Ripple moved into an interesting phase this week.

There is good reason for the SEC to worry right now with a string of defeats in a row. In their latest acrimony, Judge Netburn approved Ripple’s motion to authenticate SEC officials’ public remarks.

This motion was initially objected to by the SEC who claimed that Ripple is trying to reopen fact discovery.

No end here

The SEC vs. Ripple case continues to attract the crypto community as it wears on into another month.

The case has seen it all through the years and is not looking to end anytime soon.

In the above motion, filed on 4 August, the SEC had put a condition, in case, if Ripple were to go ahead with the motion.

The condition for the consent was that “the Defendants agree to reopen discovery.”

This move could allow the SEC to file its own subpoenas to attain copies of unspecified recordings.

Famed lawyer James Filan continues to post his insights on this case. He has been visibly irritated at the lackluster response from the SEC. In this regard, he noted,

Meanwhile, it has also been reported that both parties are filing their responses to the motions to exclude expert testimony.

These responses are under seal right now. But what will happen now in this seemingly never-ending legal battle continues to be an interesting topic for the crypto community.

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