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Trump valet arrangement delayed after losing Florida lawyer over fees dispute | US news

Donald Trump’s valet charged in the classified documents case had his arrangement on Tuesday delayed for a second time to July by a magistrate judge, after he was forced to abandon his choice of top Florida lawyer over a dispute about legal fees, according to two people familiar with the matter. The valet, Walt Nauta, […]

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Jack Smith narrows possible charges against Trump to the essentials. That’s a good thing

Special counsel Jack Smith arrives to speak to reporters on June 9 in Washington. (Alex Brandon/AP) We don’t know what specific charges special counsel Jack Smith will pursue if former President Trump is indicted on allegations of attempting to overturn the 2020 election. We can’t even be certain that there will be an indictment, although

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Lawyer’s Insight: Ripple Investors Should Hope SEC Loses Case

It’s no secret that Ripple Labs Inc., the company behind the prominent cryptocurrency XRP, is caught up in two legal maelstroms that could define its future. The first case involves the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which accuses Ripple of an unlawful sale of XRP tokens, perceived as unregistered securities. The second is

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Manuel Garcia-Rulfo on Lisa’s bombshell case

Spoiler alert: The following contains details from Season 2, Part 1 of “The Lincoln Lawyer,” now streaming on Netflix. Netflix’s “The Lincoln Lawyer” ends with a midseason cliffhanger that would bring Mickey Haller’s tires to a screeching halt. The second season, which unveiled its first five episodes Thursday, is inspired by Michael Connelly’s novel “The

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Thumbs-up emoji case: Lawyer says judge made right call in awarding farmer $82,000

A Saskatchewan judge made the right call when he ordered a farmer to pay $82,000 after sending a thumbs-up emoji to a contract text message, according to a commercial lawyer. The dispute was between South West Terminal Ltd. (SWT) and Achter Land & Cattle Ltd. over a flax contract. SWT argued that a text message

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Trudeau Foundation-linked case should be heard in NL: lawyer

st. JOHN’S, NL – The lawyer representing a woman who alleges she was sexually harassed by a former Northwest Territories premier says her client would likely have to end her lawsuit if a judge determines the trial should be moved to Quebec. Kathryn Marshall, with the Toronto-based law firm Levitt Sheikh, argued in Newfoundland and

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The mental health review board is biased in handling the Matthew de Grood case, lawyers say

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Crime Petrie claimed the Alberta Review Board has been affected by bias — pointing to previous comments by a former justice minister on de Grood’s case Published June 07, 2023 • Last updated Jun 07, 2023 • 4 minute read Matthew de Grood, photographed prior to the April 15,

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Trudeau Foundation efforts to move sexual harassment lawsuit could sink the case, argued lawyers

A lawyer is accusing the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation of trying to delay and ultimately quash a sexual harassment lawsuit by attempting to move the proceedings from Newfoundland and Labrador to Quebec. Kathryn Marshall, with the Toronto law firm Levitt Sheikh, argued in Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court Tuesday that the alleged misconduct took place

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