According to court papers cited by Reuters, the Texas-born businessman is challenging a freeze on his assets and the appointment of Ralph Janvey as receiver for his businesses, including the Stanford International Bank (SIB).
Sir Alan was charged in February with orchestrating an $8 billion Ponzi fraud.
The SEC contested that he was involved in a "massive" deception involving the sale of so-called certificates of deposit that promised "improbable and unsubstantiated high interest rates" through SIB.
SIB chief financial officer James Davis and the Stanford Financial Group chief investment officer Laura Pendergest-Holt were also named in the SEC action.
Sir Alan denies running a Ponzi scheme.
Over the weekend, an attorney for the financier asked a federal court to release $10 million to help pay for his defense.