Category: DPP dispute

XRP Lawsuit: This Development in Scope of DPP May Make or Break the Case

Nobody saw it coming, the latest development in the XRP lawsuit is the ultimate cliffhanger for the SEC’s long-standing Deliberative Process Privilege (DPP) argument. Judge Netburn has ordered both parties to submit supplemental briefs by December 8, on Defendants’ Motion to Compel, referring to the 11/29 decision by U.S. Court of Appeals in an unrelated case […]

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XRP Lawsuit: Ripple appeals the Court to Disclose SEC’s in-camera review documents

The latest update in the XRP lawsuit saw Ripple respond to SEC’s letter with the explanation for its privilege assertions along with a redacted version of the three additional documents requested by the defendants for in-camera review. Ripple has requested the court to disclose these documents to the defense and has further continued to argue […]

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XRP Lawsuit: Court orders in camera review regardless SEC “privileged documents” stance

The recent development in the XRP lawsuit witnessed the Court grant Ripple’s September 24 appeal, seeking the addition of three documents by the SEC for in-camera review, that the plaintiff had either redacted or withheld by logging them as “privileged”. These documents include the two documents related to the SEC’s meetings with law firms, along […]

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XRP Lawsuit: SEC files letter brief, reinstating it’s stance in DPP dispute

The latest update in the XRP lawsuit saw the plaintiff file a Letter Brief in the DPP dispute, supporting the allegedly privileged data it is keeping from Ripple. The SEC asserted that all documents that will be reviewed by Judge Netburn, in-camera are “pre-decisional and deliberative”, and henceforth protected by the Deliberative Process Privilege (DPP). […]

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XRP Lawsuit: Will the SEC continue unjust litigations after making Ripple settle with a seal?

The latest development in the XRP lawsuit saw the court grant Motion to Seal in both, Slack and DPP disputes. Although, both parties pushed for a seal in their respective discovery disputes, yet Ripple may have bored the burn of the settlement. #XRPCommunity #SECGov v. #Ripple #XRP The Court has granted motions to seal regarding […]

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XRP Lawsuit: Telephonic hearing scheduled in the DPP Dispute

The latest update in the XRP lawsuit saw the court order a telephone conference to discuss the Defendants’ pending motion to compel the SEC to produce certain documents it designated as privileged. The hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, August 31, 2021, with a public dial-in number that is to be posted before the conference. #XRPCommunity […]

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XRP Lawsuit: Ripple responds to SEC’s opposition in the DPP dispute

After SEC’s consecutively hard-hitting moves, Ripple is finally back in the playfield with substantial arguments. The latest XRP lawsuit update saw Ripple file a response to SEC’s opposition to Defendants’ motion to compel the production of internal and inter-agency documents in the deliberative process privilege (DPP) dispute. #XRPCommunity #SECGov v. #Ripple #XRP Ripple files response […]

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