Robert Jackson staying on at SEC as Democrats weigh potential successors
Robert Jackson Jr., one of the SEC's two Democratic commissioners, is extending his stay at the agency for a little while longer.
Though his term ended June 5, Jackson will continue in his post and not return to teaching at New York University's law school during the upcoming fall 2019 semester as previously expected. SEC commissioners can remain in their positions for up to 18 months after their term ends.
"Working alongside the extraordinary public servants at the SEC has been the ...