David Rivkin, Andrew Grossman Argue Against SEC's In-House Judges

Articles / January 23, 2017

Partners David Rivkin and Andrew Grossman authored an opinion column published by The Wall Street Journal on Jan. 23, 2017. The column, “When is a Judge Not Really a Judge? A Dispute over Whether the SEC Should Hear Its Own Cases Could Lead to a Shrinking Administrative State,” makes the argument that SEC’s increasing use of its own in-house judges to hear cases and dispense penalties is unconstitutional and overreaching and may backfire, resulting in the end of the administrative state’s growth.

Rivkin also addressed this topic in a video interview for “Opinion Journal.”

Read the article (registration required).

Watch the interview.