Perry Speaks with Law360 on CFTC Enforcement Actions Returning to Administrative Court
In an interview with Law360, former CFTC senior trial attorney and Kennyhertz Perry partner Braden Perry discussed the CFTC’s recent decision to take enforcement proceedings to administrative court. Citing lack of resources, the CFTC claims bringing enforcement actions in administrative courts would “allow the commission to develop its expertise and the powers given to it in 2010 by Dodd-Frank.” Perry described it as a “setback” for subjects of CFTC investigations and the lack of resources at a federally funded agency “shouldn’t be the reason for a policy change that eliminates what a defendant might see as a fair and full process.”
To view the entire article, please visit: http://www.law360.com/articles/595182/cash-strapped-cftc-faces-troubled-return-to-admin-court.
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