The Ripple case has come to a very important point; Judge Analisa Torres partially granted and partially denied her request to seal the evidence in the SEC and Ripple case.
A very important point has been reached in the lawsuit between XRP and the SEC, which has been going on for more than a year. The decisions to be taken in the case are thought to be very important for the future of the crypto money market.
Lawyers believe that the big decisions in the case between the cryptocurrency Ripple and the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) could become more interesting for Ripple. Lawyer Jeremy Hogan, an important supporter of Ripple (XRP), shared a new development regarding the case with his followers on his Twitter account.
“I have only one takeaway for the SEC case with Ripple, Judge Torres is poised to take over. The next few months are going to be very interesting with all the important decisions being resolved!”
Judge Analisa Torres ordered the unsealing of the three documents. These documents are stated to be Brad Garlinghouse's testimony in the SEC official investigation, a Chris Larsen email thread, and a Brad Garlinghouse email. The court rejected Ripple (XRP)'s request to seal the Legal Notes and briefings provided to Chris Larsen. It also accepted Ripple's request to send an additional response to the James Filan tweet of the SEC's Fair Disclosure Defense request. John Deaton, the lawyer for the XRP Holders in the case, said that Judge Torres' decision is a great sign for his clients. Deaton uses the following statements on the subject:
“What these rulings clearly show is that Judge Torres supports public disclosure. Ripple cannot seal certain documents (i.e. legal Note). The same is true for the SEC. Think ahead! We might see 63 Hinman emails at the end of this!”