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Appellate Courts Tee Up Challenges to SEC In-House Proceedings

Bruce Carton | November 20, 2015

Via Thomas Potter and the Burr & Forman Securities Litigation blog I discovered that earlier this week, U.S. District Judge Leigh Martin May (N.D. Ga.) issued a preliminary injunction preventing the SEC from pursuing its administrative proceeding against Ironridge Global IV, Ltd. The Ironridge Global IV case, filed by the SEC back in June 2014, is now the third AP in which Judge May has enjoined the agency from proceeding with its enforcement action.

Although several courts, including the Seventh Circuit (Bebo v. SEC) and the D.C. Circuit (Jarkesy v. SEC),...

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