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New York Times to Donald Trump: We won't retract


The New York Times’s Lawyer Responds to Donald Trump

This is the letter David McCraw, vice president and assistant general counsel of The New York Times, wrote in response to a request from Marc E. Kasowitz, Mr. Trump's lawyer, to retract an article that featured two women accusing Mr. Trump of touching them inappropriately years ago, and issue an apology.

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from Washington Post

Trump’s unusual conflict: Millions in debts to German bank now facing federal fines

“It’s certainly foreseeable that he could intervene with the DOJ so as to not upset the financing of his companies,” said Trevor Potter, a former Federal Election Commission chairman and general counsel of George H.W. Bush and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.)."

from CBS News

Why Amazon is nervous about Supreme Court case

Why Amazon is nervous about Supreme Court case - CBS News. Principal and Firm General Counsel Nicholas Woodfield talks about the employment law Supreme Court case Integrity v. Busk with CBS MoneyWatch. Read more:

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Amblin Partners Promotes Chris Floyd to Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel

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Planned Parenthood wins case against Bevin. In dismissing the lawsuit filed by Bevin's general counsel, Steve Pitt, Judge Mitch Perry found that Planned Parenthood had, as it had claimed, been following directions of state officials when it began offering abortions in December as part of its effort to obtain a state license.