Ex-S&P Exec Keeps Fighting Against SEC In-House Case
Law360, New York (May 29, 2015, 5:23 PM EDT) -- Former Standard & Poor’s ratings services executive Barbara Duka asked a New York federal judge Thursday to let her file a new complaint alleging U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s use of an administrative proceeding against her is unconstitutional, saying she has learned valuable new information from another suit against the agency.
In a letter filed jointly with the SEC, Duka told District Judge Richard M. Berman she would like to file an amended complaint now that she's learned SEC administrative judges aren't appointed by commissioners as she previously had thought. Duka said she learned this information after reading a May 11...
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