John Deaton, the CryptoLaw founder makes a bold prediction about what will happen after the summary judgment briefing goes public. Hinman and other SEC officials (Amy Starr, Valerie S.)”
He added, “We also expect to understand why listening to XRP holders was so important.”
Once the motion for summary judgment goes public, we will see evidence that we are currently unaware of. @bgarlinghouse, @Chris Larsenf @Joel Katz and the former @Ripple employee. This includes the testimony of Hinman and other of her SEC officials (Amy Starr, Valerie S, etc.).
— John E Deaton (212,000 followers beware of scammers) (@JohnEDeaton1) August 20, 2022
According to a recently updated schedule shared by James K. Filan, the remaining months of 2022 could be a critical time for litigation under upcoming decisions and motions filed. Petitions are expected to be filed by September 13th. The dissent is due for him to be filed by October 18, but a response to the dissent must be filed by him by November 15, prior to Judge Torres’ final decision. Filan anticipates that his Judge Torres decision on expert motions and summary judgment could be made on or before March 31, 2023.
#XRP Community #SECGov v. #Ripple #XRP The SEC has filed a letter requesting to seal some of the parties’ objections to the motion to exclude, including information identifying the SEC’s expert witnesses and personal financial information of one of the SEC’s experts. pic.twitter.com/T8zSbNUOmu
— James K. Filan 🇺🇸🇮🇪 109k (please be careful of impersonation) (@FilanLaw) August 19, 2022
Whereas in the shared update James K. Filan Over the weekend, “the SEC issued a letter requesting that some of the parties’ objections to the exclusion motion, including information identifying the SEC’s expert witnesses and personal financial information of one of the SEC’s experts, be sealed. submitted.”
Ripple and its defendants also demanded limited, tailored redaction of the limited number of evidence in the briefs submitted by the parties in opposition to the motion to exclude expert testimony. I’m here.
According to the attached document, Ripple seeks to seal the identities of non-parties, including digital asset participants and Ripple business partners, as well as Ripple employees featured in Daubert’s motion.
XRP-friendly lawyer Jeremy Hogan grabbed a clue about the identity of digital asset participants, asking, “Could it be possible that digital asset market participants are referring to actual retail purchasers of XRP? ?” said. (crossed fingers).
That said, optimism still remains ahead of a summary judgment briefing due next month.