The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has told a federal judge court that precedent and a Congressional mandate should give them access to Covington & Burlington’s client list, according to new court filings. 

“The Commission routinely seeks non-public financial information and communications in order to satisfy its congressional mandate to enforce the securities laws,” wrote SEC attorney Eugene N. Hansen in a brief filed Tuesday evening. 

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