Review of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's reduction of penalties imposed by the CFTC administrative law judges in disciplinary cases: hearing before the Subcommittee on Conservation, Credit, and Rural Development of the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, second session, May 19, 1992
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English Hon Glenn a Representative in Congress from the State of Oklaho
Albrecht William P Commissioner Commodity Futures Trading
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128 percent 92-9 Permanent administrative law judges agency agreed ALJ's appellate decisions apply asked award damages BAIR believe broker CFTC Chairman Gramm churning circuit court civil monetary penalty claims COMBEST Commis Commission's decision Commissioner Albrecht Commodity Corporation Commodity Exchange Act COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING commodity professionals concern concurring Congress Corp correct customer's decided disagree dismissal dissented Division of Enforcement enforcement actions enforcement and reparation ENGLISH fact fiduciary duty firm fraud fraudulent futures contracts Futures Trading Commission GLENN ENGLISH GLICKMAN hearing HUCKABY imposed individual initial decision involved issue LARRY COMBEST majority majority's margin call Monex negligence opinion overturned protection question reckless record Refco registration regulation regulatory remand reparations program require respondents reversed Sage Group sanctions scienter separate views shift Smith Smith Barney staff statement statute of limitations statutory disqualification Stotler Thank tion trading prohibition Tysdal understand violation WEST