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SEC's Use of Administrative Law - Is It Unlawful? - Business Law News

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Posted on: Oct 16, 2014

The SEC uses administrative proceedings for enforcement purposes, rather than using court proceedings. Their policy has gotten attention lately, with articles being published in outlets like The New York Times on whether or not administrative law is unlawful. To find information about these discussions, check out this post on BusinessLawProf Blog.

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