Sep 10, 2015

In hurry-up ruling, SEC declares in-house judges are constitutional

The SEC’s ruling in Lucia anticipates future appellate court cases over the constitutionality of ALJ appointments - and seems to lay a foundation for how the agency will cure its major headache if it loses that fight in the circuit courts.

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