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Trump plans contempt appeal as judge issues order to Cushman &...

Alina Habba, an attorney for Donald Trump, says they will file an appeal of New York State Supreme Court Judge Arthur Engoron’s decision that...

NY court asked to hold Trump in contempt

New York Attorney General Letitia James on April 7 asked that Donald Trump be held in contempt of court following Trump’s latest moves to...

AG court filing reveals details about possible Trump fraud

“The Trump Organization used fraudulent or misleading asset valuations to obtain a host of economic benefits, including loans, insurance coverage, and tax deductions. And while OAG has not yet reached a final decision regarding whether this evidence merits legal action, the grounds for conducting the investigation are beyond reproach.”

UPDATED: AG James subpoenas Trump’s children; filing tries to block enforcement

Trump’s Seven Springs Estate in Westchester is among the properties included in the investigation currently underway by James’ office into the valuations placed on some of Trump’s properties and other matters.

Trump sues to stop AG James’ investigation that includes his Westchester...

Donald Trump and the Trump Organization have filed suit to stop New York State Attorney General Leitia James from proceeding with her investigation into their dealings regarding certain real state properties including the Seven Springs Estate in Westchester.

AG James launches criminal investigation of Trump Organization

The business dealings of the Trump Organization and members of the Trump family, including former President Donald Trump, are now the subject of a...

Trump Organization ordered to give NY AG Westchester property documents

The Trump Organization has been ordered to hand over to New York Attorney General Letitia James’ office certain documents related to Trump’s Seven Springs...

Judge orders Eric Trump to testify in NY AG investigation

The president's son has been ordered to testify under oath to officials with the office of state Attorney General Letitia James no later than Oct. 7.