As criticism mounts that its in-house forum is unfair, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission won every administrative case last year, according to an analysis by The National Law Journal.

The winning streak, which began in October 2013 and continues today, spans 219 decisions by the agency’s administrative law judges, although three-quarters of the victories were by default.

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