Judge orders Trump Org. to address subpoenas by New York attorney general for company records

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"The Trump Organization, by September 30, 2021, shall provide a report, in reasonable detail, of actions taken to preserve, collect, and produce hard-copy and electronic documents responsive to the OAG subpoenas," Judge Arthur Engoron in a stipulation and order dated September 2 and unsealed Friday.The judge said the Trump Organization "shall work diligently to comply with each of the production and other responsibilities."Engoron said if the attorney general's office is not satisfied that the Trump Organization has met its obligation to comply with the subpoenas by October 15, a third party will conduct a review of the company's records to be responsive to the subpoena."For more than a year now, the Trump Organization has failed to adequately respond to our subpoenas, hiding behind procedural delays and excuses. Once again, the court has ordered that the Trump Organization must turn over the information and documents we are seeking, otherwise face an independent third-party t
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