“This Friday the SEC and Ripple are likely to file a joint proposed scheduling order to Judge Torres,” CryptoLaw founder John Deaton previously stated.
A deadline for submitting summary judgment motions and a date for responding to each summary judgment motion should be included in the filings.
Ripple v. SEC
Both parties are anticipated to submit a suggested schedule this Friday, according to recent updates to the Ripple v. SEC lawsuit.
“All we know so far is that Ripple was pushing for mid-May,” Deaton continues. I believe the parties will agree on a date for motions in early June, with responses expected by the end of June.”
Filan ends on a positive note, stating that it is technically possible for both parties to agree to waive the pre-motion letter requirements in order to expedite the schedule.
“I don’t think we will see a schedule that contemplates briefing commencing in June,” the defense lawyer said in a series of tweets.
I believe a more realistic timeframe for summary judgment motions would be to begin briefing in July or August and finish all briefings in October or November.”
The decision on the emails linked to former SEC employee William Hinman’s contentious Ethereum lecture is still pending.
The SEC recently informed judge Sarah Netburn that it wants to appeal the court’s recent deliberative process privilege (DPP) decision, requesting more time. In a recent letter, the SEC stated that it plans to raise additional privilege allegations.
The defendants, on the other hand, are willing to move to summary judgment without a definite determination on the subject, according to the agency.
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