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Seventh Circuit Rejects Court Challenge to Pending SEC Administrative Enforcement Proceeding

The Seventh Circuit has held that federal district courts do not have subject matter jurisdiction over challenges to ongoing SEC administrative enforcement proceedings where the challenger is already a party to those proceedings.  Instead, a party to a pending administrative proceeding must defend against the proceeding and then seek review from the SEC Commissioners and, eventually, the … Continue Reading
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