Judge grants SEC’s deadline extension on Ripple case

The Securities and Exchange Commission has requested an extension to the deadline to file remedies-related discovery documents submitted by Ripple.

Judge Analisa Torres has approved a request from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to extend the deadline for filing a submission that could lead Ripple Labs’ case to an end.

Court documents filed on March 1 granted the SEC an extension to file its remedies-related discovery materials submitted by Ripple. The extension allows the regulator to file its opening brief until March 22. The deadline for Ripple’s opposition brief has also been extended to April 22, and the new deadline for the SEC to file a reply would be May 6, 2024.

A remedies-related briefing is a document describing potential legal remedies and actions that could be considered or pursued in connection with the litigation.

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