SEC Appointment of In-House Judges ‘Likely Unconstitutional’Jef Feeley, Matt Robinson and Erik Larson
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission was ruled to have probably overstepped its constitutional authority by tapping an in-house administrative judge to preside over an insider-trading case.
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