, 2022-11-29 03:17:33,
In the legal battle between Ripple Labs and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), both parties have taken an important step towards a ruling by Judge Analisa Torres.
According to defense attorney and former federal prosecutor James K. Filan’s tweet, both Ripple and the SEC filed their summary judgment briefs early yesterday.
As NewsBTC reported, there are several important deadlines coming up in the next few days.
Originally, the two disputants had to file their aforementioned pleadings by November 30. On December 2, Ripple and the SEC were scheduled to meet to jointly discuss redactions before a release was scheduled for December 5.
Finally, on December 22, the collective motions to seal all documents related to the summary judgment motions were to be filed.
However, as Filan wrote on Twitter, the early filings could push that timeline forward a few days. “This suggests redacted responses will be filed sometime this Friday, 12/2,” Filan claimed.
The attorney explained that this assumption is based on the facts that the redacted summary judgment motions were due on 9/19 but filed on 9/17, and the redacted oppositions were due on 10/24 but filed on 10/21.
“So, expect the redacted replies to be filed early as well,” Filan said.
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