The court has recently granted the request of Ripple, to get access to the internal trading policies of the SEC. Judge Sarah Netburn has ordered SEC to let Ripple have a look at the internal trading policies of the commission.
The court has proposed that the request of Ripple has met the lower bar for relevance and said:
As per the argument made by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, the internal trading policies of its employees were irrelevant.
In addition to this, Ripple claimed that it was necessary to see the dissimilarity the regulatory body had drawn between XRP and other digital assets and stated:
It has been witnessed that the exchange commission is also unwilling to hand over its internal communications in relation to Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP, which has proven to be one of the most controversial discovery disputes in the case.
This also gave rise to the accusations of non-acquiescence from the defendants provided that the court has already issued two orders to present the above-mentioned documents.
Along with this, it should be noted that earlier this month, the judge of the court addressing the case of Ripple vs SEC, granted the request of the exchange commission for a 60-day discovery extension in the case of the crypto firm.