House Bill Would Effectively Reduce Number of Administrative Proceedings

Critics of the SECs increased use of administrative proceedings to try advisers and other targets of SEC enforcement have a new weapon and a new battleground. A bill introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives would, if passed, enable those charged by the agency to terminate an administrative proceeding within 20 days, leaving the SEC with no recourse save a civil court proceeding.
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