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Trump Special Counsel Summons Florida Witnesses in Records Probe

Special Counsel Jack Smith’s office in recent weeks has issued federal grand jury subpoenas out of southern Florida to multiple witnesses linked to the classified documents probe involving former President Donald Trump, according to two people familiar with the investigative steps.

George Santos Says Naming Bail Backers Could Endanger Them

Republican Congressman George Santos, who is charged with fraud and money laundering, urged a judge to keep secure the identities of three people guaranteeing his $500,000 bail bond, arguing they’d suffer great distress, might lose their jobs and might even be hurt if their names are revealed.

Avery Dennison’s Invalidity ‘Mouthpiece’ Can’t Lean on ‘Dummies’

Avery Dennison Corp. won’t be allowed to use an expert “as a mere mouthpiece” to convince jurors that the handbook “RFID for Dummies” warrants cancellation of a patent for inventory-tracking technology, two years after an Oregon jury found its RFID tags infringe the patent, a federal judge ruled.

Trump Lawyers Meet With DOJ Officials in Records Probe

Donald Trump’s legal team met with officials at the US Justice Department to discuss the investigation into classified documents that were found at the former president’s Florida estate, according to a person familiar with the matter.


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Emory University School of Law
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Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton