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Brad Garlinghouse Discovers The Cunning Act Of SEC In Handling Over The Hinman Document, He Says “Don’t Believe Them”: Here’s Why
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Brad Garlinghouse Discovers The Cunning Act Of SEC In Handling Over The Hinman Document, He Says “Don’t Believe Them”: Here’s Why

It is a thing of joy to have a glimpse of getting the long-awaited Hinman document which has been a strong point of dispute between the Ripple and US commission, but seems the Ripple CEO discovers something in the dark as he said "don't believe them". While the matter on the Hinman document is being celebrated by Ripple’s proponent, Brad Garlinghouse has come out with another point of view saying that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for trying to deceive the public into having a particular idea about the agency.   As stated by the Ripple CEO, Brad Garlinghouse, the SEC’s decision to hand over the document to the leading blockchain company is a trap to give the public the view that it cares about “disclosure, transparency, and clarity.”  Read Also: SwissBorg, A Switze...
Various Disputes Present In The Process Of Being Briefed: Ripple Versus SEC
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Various Disputes Present In The Process Of Being Briefed: Ripple Versus SEC

Attorney James K. Filan tweeted a page containing an abridged update of the lawsuits between Ripple and SEC. https://twitter.com/FilanLaw/status/1567207255971332097 A page document shared by James stated that there are still several disputes that are in the process of being briefed. Read Also: Vasil Node Candidate, Version 1.35.3 Nowe Produces 94% Of The Block And Four Different Exchanges Disclosed Their Readiness For Vasil .blockspare-1685ff01-b7e8-4 .blockspare-block-container-wrapper{background-color:#f9f9f9;padding-top:20px;padding-right:0px;padding-bottom:20px;padding-left:0px;margin-top:30px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:30px;margin-left:0px;border-radius:null}.blockspare-1685ff01-b7e8-4 .blockspare-image-wrap{background-image:} In the document, several disputes were ...
SEC Files A 90 Page Reply In Support Of Its 120 Pages  Once Filed To Exclude The Testimony Of The Ripple’s Defendant’s Expert Witnesses
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SEC Files A 90 Page Reply In Support Of Its 120 Pages Once Filed To Exclude The Testimony Of The Ripple’s Defendant’s Expert Witnesses

In conformant to the court’s order of April 28th, 2022, the SEC’s plaintiff seeks a request to file another omnibus reply in further support of its previous omnibus motion to exclude the testimony of the defendant's expert witnesses. As stated on the attorney James Filan’s Twitter handle, the SEC seeks permission to file one omnibus reply up to 90-pages in length. Read Also: Three Arrow Capital's Assets Are Under The Check Of Liquidators https://twitter.com/FilanLaw/status/1562474681759698947 SEC Once Filed A Motion Up To 120 Pages Length Recall, the Plaintiff Security and Exchange Commission once filed one big motion 120 pages long, to conserve the Judicial and SEC resources. As stated in the letter filed by SEC, they want to abridge the testimony of 10 experts previo...
The Magistrate Judge Netburn Denied SEC’s Objection To Unveiling The 2018 Hinman Speech Documents
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The Magistrate Judge Netburn Denied SEC’s Objection To Unveiling The 2018 Hinman Speech Documents

In a tweet by the attorney James F. Kilan, the SEC has requested permission to file a 30-page opening brief and a 10-page reply brief in support of the SEC’s Objections to Magistrate Judge Netburn’s Ruling Order for the SEC to unveil the Hinman speech documents. https://twitter.com/FilanLaw/status/1550182769933910019 The Ripple's defendant opposed these requests, SEC initially sought leave to file an objection to all relating to the speech drafts in a single brief which the court granted. After the grant from the court, SEC has to file a 30-page memorandum of law in support of its objections,10 pages which are more than the court’s practice unless allow, and much more the SEC filed another 10-page reply brief within seven days of the defendants’ response to the SEC upcoming obj...
Defendant In The Ripple’s Case claims that the SEC agency trying to “suppress public criticism of its experts’ opinions.”
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Defendant In The Ripple’s Case claims that the SEC agency trying to “suppress public criticism of its experts’ opinions.”

The Ripple case’s defendant has accused the U.S. SEC of taking an "extreme stance" on expert reports. In the late letter posted on James K. Filan’s Twitter page, Addressing Judge Analisa Torres, they claim that the plaintiff is attempting to slow down any "substantive criticism." Read Also: Holders Expect Price Surge As Weekly Ethereum Outflows Hit The 14-month Lows Of Only About 2,396.131. https://twitter.com/FilanLaw/status/1546314854658629632 Recall, in late May, attorney John Deaton of the Deaton Law Firm filed a case letter to ask the Judge to permit him to file a brief on behalf of tens of thousands of XRP holders. The motion came as a shock to Patrick B. Doody, the SEC’s expert witness, preparing a report on the XRP holder's drive to buy the controversial token. Fas...
Ripple’s Lawsuit Against SEC Is Successful; Both Attorneys Can Be Added
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Ripple’s Lawsuit Against SEC Is Successful; Both Attorneys Can Be Added

As stated on James K. Filan’s Twitter page, the attempt of Ripple to add two attorneys to its legal team in the ongoing lawsuit against the SEC was denied. The move instigated by Kellogg Hansen, Kylie Kim, and Clayton Masterman, was denied because the duo did not comply with local rules. Read Also: MicroStrategy CEO Tweeted "You know someone who doesn't know Bitcoin" As Bitcoin Starts Picking. https://twitter.com/FilanLaw/status/1544382161758953472 As stated by James K. Filan, the motion was not accepted because the Attorneys’ affidavit was not notarized. https://twitter.com/FilanLaw/status/1544689699150856194 Following the court’s denial of the Ripple attempt, Ripple did not waste time further before filing an amended motion for admission to Pro Hac Vice. Pro hac vice ...
Plaintiff Security And Exchange Commission To File A Big Motion To Limit Or Exclude 10 Expert Testimony To Conserve Judicial And SEC Resources
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Plaintiff Security And Exchange Commission To File A Big Motion To Limit Or Exclude 10 Expert Testimony To Conserve Judicial And SEC Resources

According to the copy of a request posted on James K. Filan’s Twitter page, the SEC is seeking leave to file a big motion that will limit or exclude 10 testimony of the Ripple’s expert. According to the court order on April 28th, the Plaintiff Security and Exchange Commission seek to leave to file one big motion of 120 pages long, to conserve the Judicial and SEC resources. As stated in the letter filed by SEC, they want to abridge the testimony of 10 experts previously retained by the defendant, Ripple, Bradley Garlinghouse (the current CEO of Ripple), and the former CEO Chris Larsen. Read Also: Still On The Elon Musk's Promise; Musk's Vegas Loop Company Starts Accepting Dogecoin As Payment For Rides. https://twitter.com/FilanLaw/status/1544799367554637826 Good to know t...