Federal Judge Rules SEC In-House Judge’s Appointment ‘Likely Unconstitutional’
Assistant Professor Kent Barnett was quoted in The Wall Street Journal regarding his thoughts on a federal judge's ruling that the Securities and Exchange Commission’s use of an in-house judge to preside over an insider-trading case was “likely unconstitutional.” The article was written by Jean Eaglesham and published 6/8/15.
Communications and Public Relations, Office of, "Federal Judge Rules SEC In-House Judge’s Appointment ‘Likely Unconstitutional’" (2015). Faculty Highlights. 894.