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Amicus Briefs

SEC v Cutter Financial, 23-cv-10589 (D. Mass, August 21, 2023):
Pushing back on the SEC's attempt to expand its jurisdiction over insurance products sold by licensed insurance agents

Murphy v SEC, 22-1241 (U.S., July 27, 2023):
Supporting Supreme Court review of decision expanding definition of "broker," restricting investor options for transaction intermediaries

Chamber of Commerce v SEC, 23-60255 (5th Cir., July 17, 2023):
Supporting challenge to SEC rule that adds expense and compliance burdens to companies giving investors the option to sell back their shares and use the proceeds as the investors choose

SEC v Keener, 22-14237 (11th Cir., June 7, 2023):
Opposing SEC's attempt to expand the definition of securities "dealer"

SEC v Grybniak, 20-cv-00327 (E.D.N.Y., May 19, 2023):
Opposing SEC's attempt to narrow scope of Reg D and Reg S registration exemptions

In re Coinbase, No. 23-1779 (3rd Cir., May 10, 2023):
Supporting petition for writ of mandate requiring SEC to respond to rule-making request 

SEC v Wahi, 22-cv-01009 (W.D. WA, February 13, 2023):
Supporting dismissal of complaint creating secondary market uncertainty for digital asset investors 

SEC v Spartan Securities Group, No. 22-13189 (11th Cir., January 24, 2023):
Opposing excessive monetary remedies as chilling market activity that causes no investor harm 

SEC v LBRY, Inc., No. 21- 00260 (D.N.H., December 15, 2022):
Protecting investors' rights to transact digital assets in secondary market  

SEC v Gounaud, No. 21-5578 (9th Cir., November 28, 2022):
Challenging expansion of broker registration requirements that could impact investment clubs 

Grayscale Investments v SEC, No. 22-1142 (USCADC, October 18, 2022):
Challenging SEC's ability to engage in merits-based limitations on investor choices 

SEC v. Ripple, No. 20-10832 (SDNY, October 18, 2022):
Challenging SEC's ability to restrict investor access to digital assets without statutory authority 

SEC v. Cochran, No. 21-1239 (U.S., July 7, 2022):
Ensuring access to federal courts for constitutional challenges to SEC administrative proceedings

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