The post Ripple Vs SEC Lawsuit: Here are 5 Important Dates to Watch! appeared first on Coinpedia Fintech News
Recent developments in the long-running legal dispute between Ripple and the U.S. SEC over XRP suggest that its end is just around the corner. The litigation should be resolved in the first half of 2023, according to Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse, however, it may be difficult to determine when it will be resolved.
Attorney James K. Filan has noted that there are sealing disputes related to the requests for summary judgment and has also revealed the important dates for 2023 starting January 4. The lawyer for the XRP community said that there are five significant dates to look for in the ongoing Ripple-SEC case, adding that this is the final timetable that might put an end to one of the biggest crypto lawsuits.
It is not yet known whether the disputes will be resolved before or at the time of the motions. In accordance with the decision announced on December 19, any motion by a nonparty to seal any summary judgment materials must be submitted by January 4 of 2023.
“Any non-parties must file a Motion to Seal any Summary Judgment Materials to the extent the non-party seeks additional or different sealing treatment or redactions than requested by the Parties.”
Parties are required to submit oppositions to omnibus motions to seal those that were filed earlier on January 9, 2023. The Daubert motions and associated exhibits must be filed by the parties on January 13 on the public docket with the appropriate redactions in accordance with the court’s judgment on sealing. All parties and nonparties are required to submit any opposition to non-party motions to seal by January 18, 2023.
“If no motion to seal is received by January 4, 2023, the non-party waives their right to object to the Court’s ultimate ruling on the Parties’ motions to seal or redact the Summary Judgment Materials.”