A response to individual motions to dissociate the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEGUNDO) is planned. The latest developments in the ongoing Onda Labs lawsuit.
James K. Filan, one of Ripple Labs’ attorneys, tweeted on Friday that the complainant’s reply is up to 60 pages long.He noted that Brad Garlinghouse, the leaders of Ripple and Chris Larsen, disagreed with the lawyers for individuals charged.
The SEC letter to US District Judge Hon has clarified that.The complainant has claimed that he expects to clarify why he does not agree in written opposition.
The desire to hear the precise motives of the defendants has been addressed by Mr Filan, the prosecution counsel for Filan LLC in Connecticut. However, the explanation is “relatively straightforward”. “It’s better to hear them exactly why than to imagine,” a Tweet said later.
Request to talk
James Filan periodically contacted his fans on Twitter over the course of the trial. The former prosecutor said in reply to a question from one of his followers, that no hearings are expected for the following week. However, he stated that both SEC and Ripple Labs would answer the lawyer John E. Deaton’s request for intervention by 3 May.
The SEC. vs. Ripple leader of the thousand XRP users, MrDeaton, inventor of Crypto Law, submitted his petition on April 19. In the whole case, still, the prosecutor, who has been Managing Partner of the Deaton LaW Firm. The Crypto Law Blog and social media. He tweeted about the motion to speak:
“…This is not my motion, it is the motion for over 16,000 #XRPHolders, and in the #XRP network there are also very clever people.
Developments in SEC vs. Ripple
The latest SEC filing against Ripple Labs is the latest in ongoing SEC proceedings.It follows a meeting on Friday. A SEC Conference for the International Regulators of Ripple. In this case, the Federal Procedure Rules and the Hague Convention were reportedly not respected.
In the days leading up to the meeting, a tense legal tug of war took place between the two sides. Representatives of Ripple Labs have said that the SEC contacts its regulators as an intimidation tool for discovery purposes. They tabled a motion to stop the SEC which the SEC, Hon. Sarah Netburn, tried to refuse.
The complainants requested that some data and discovery material from Ripple Labs be retained. The SEC requested the court to ‘bar the accused in a letter dated April 21 of seeking irrelevant, privileged SEC employee material, which was already ruled by this Court, not discoverable.’