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November 25, 2015

In the News Today – November 25, 2015

SEC Chair Takes Questions on In-House Courts: In a wide-ranging interview, SEC Chair Mary Jo White weights in on a new CEO-pay rule, increased scrutiny of exchange-traded funds, and criticism of the agency’s in-house court system. “Recently we’ve put out for comment [proposed rules] to modernize our administrative proceedings. Should there be more discovery? Should there be more time provided before there’s a hearing?” she said. (Wall Street Journal)

Silver Trial Juror Asks to be Excused: After just a few hours of deliberation, a juror in the corruption trial of indicted former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver asked to be excused. She cited “discomfort and a difference of opinion with other jurors,” who she said “were saying she wasn’t using common sense.” (Wall Street Journal)

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