Entry of SEC’s asset freeze order was not a violation of the Bankruptcy Code’s automatic stay provision. A district court temporarily froze assets found to be ill-gotten gains from a securities fraud scheme that was perpetrated by the defendants. The Second Circuit affirmed, determining that entry of the asset freeze order obtained by the SEC as to nine Relief Defendants did not constitute impermissible “enforcement of a money judgment” and therefore did not violate the automatic stay provision of the Bankruptcy Code. The panel, however, remanded solely on the issue of whether sufficient evidence supports imposition of the order against the remaining seven Relief Defendants. (12/18/2015) Miller.