Posts tagged 180-Day Enforcement Directive.

In a brief filed last week, the SEC urged the D.C. Circuit to give Chevron deference to the Commission's unnecessary conclusion that Congress's 180-day enforcement deadline doesn't matter. The conclusion is consistent with case law, but the approach turns basic judicial tenets on their head in a sharp-elbowed approach to Commission authority. The Commission barred investment-adviser Montford from the industry, and also required disgorgement and civil penalties, over undisclosed solicitor kickbacks and conflicts of interest. See Advisers Act Rel. No. 3829 (May 2, 2014).

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