Experts are debating the duration of a summary judgment in the ongoing Ripple-SEC lawsuit, with former SEC director Marc Fagel suggesting that it takes an average of about 6 months in federal district courts. This timeframe is approaching for the Ripple case, which involves an intricate issue of “consumptive intent” and the disputed notion of a “common enterprise”, adding layers of complexity to the judgment process. The conversation also compared the duration of the Ripple case to the LBRY case, which took roughly 4.5 months but had considerably less data involved.

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