Law & Crime reports:
Former President Donald Trump’s real estate appraiser Cushman & Wakefield said that it has reached an agreement with New York Attorney General Letitia James to provide subpoenaed documents in order to stay a $10,000 per day contempt order.
“We are pleased to have reached an agreement with the OAG that relates to an interim stay of the contempt ruling,” the company said in a statement.
Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron imposed the contempt order on Wednesday, finding that Cushman & Wakefield blew past a court-imposed deadline and even waited for one to expire before challenging the scope of a subpoena.
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