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Ripple (XRP) v SEC gets new twist after privileged’ documents

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently filed a letter regarding the Court’s order to submit allegedly privileged documents requested by Ripple. In the letter, the SEC argued that all documents listed in the submission, which will be reviewed by Judge Sarah Netburn in camera, are protected by the deliberative process privilege (“DPP”). According […]Read More

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Ripple (XRP) granted access to Binance documents for SEC case

Ripple’s lawsuit with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) involved one of the largest crypto exchanges in the case discovery as Brad Garlinghouse’s motion to obtain Binance documents from the Cayman Islands has been granted by the court. Garlinghouse’s motion came as a part of the ongoing court case filed by the SEC, alleging that […]Read More

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Ripple (XRP) asks court to impose deadline on the SEC

In the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) vs. Ripple lawsuit, the San Francisco-based fintech firm has accused the securities regulator of willfully refusing to hand over documents related to BTC, ETH, and XRP. This is despite Judge Netburn’s ruling on April 6 ordering the SEC to reveal communications regarding the above cryptocurrencies. The standstill is […]Read More

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U.S. courts deny SEC from viewing Ripple’s legal documents pertaining

The US Security and Exchange Commission´s (SEC) motion to access Ripple Labs´ legal communications regarding XRP‘s regulatory status was denied, a new filing shows. The appointed judge stated that the requested communications are protected by attorney-client privilege. Ripple caught a break The US SEC filed a complaint against Ripple last December, alleging that its sale […]Read More