SEC’s Increased Use of Administrative Proceedings Draws Criticism and Legal Challenges | The National Law Review

The SEC’s plan to bring more enforcement actions as administrative proceedings before its own administrative law judges rather than in the federal district courts — even in insider trading cases — has been drawing increasing criticism and legal challenges.  Most recently, Judge Jed Rakoff of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York questioned  the SEC’s use of administrative proceedings in a speech last Wednesday before the Practising Law Institute’s Annual Institute on Securities Regulation.

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