60 More Days? Jeremy Hogan Clears Up Confusion Regarding Hinman Emails

October 14, 2022 2:15 pm Comments

Attorney Jeremy Hogan took to Twitter to clear up confusion regarding the current status of the Ripple v. SEC case.

In a series of tweets, Hogan explained that on September 29th Judge Torres overruled the SEC’s objections to handing over the Hinman emails but the court did not say when they must be turned over.

Hogan would then go on to explain that the court will be lenient on the deadline due to the fact once the emails are handed over they can’t be undone.

He would then says it could take up to 60 days before the emails are handed over.

Here’s the entire thread down below:

U.Today had more on the story:

On Sept. 29, the XRP community was enthused after District Judge Torres overruled the SEC’s objections and ordered it to turn over the Hinman documents wherein he stated Ethereum was not a security in a 2018 lecture. Jeremy Hogan highlights a key fact: the judge ordered the SEC to turn over the emails but did not specifically state when. He claims that the deadline for the release will come when an appeal of the judge’s ruling is due. \

He says that in essence, this will take about 60 days, or possibly more if the SEC seeks to have the decision reconsidered, which remains unlikely.

Here Are Next Key Dates in Ripple-SEC Lawsuit If the SEC were to file a motion for reconsideration of Judge Torres’s ruling on the SEC objections regarding the Hinman documents, this was expected to be due yesterday, Oct. 13, per updates provided by James K. Filan. Hogan believes that the Hinman emails may take a longer time to resolve if the SEC appeals the ruling.

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. If a comment is spam, instead of replying to it please click the icon below and to the right of that comment. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.