SEC Explains How It Chooses Between Administrative Hearings and Courts

If you ever wanted to know the criteria the SECs Division of Enforcement uses in deciding to try a case in an administrative hearing or in federal court, your wait may be over. The SEC staff on May 8 issued guidance on how it decides the venue in which to try a case.
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