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The energy company, facing probes into whether it deceived shareholders and the public over climate change, saw its suit against the attorneys general tossed in late March.
If you follow high-profile trials, you might be surprised to learn that the jury system is in serious decline in America. That's a big problem.
The family real estate company previously run by President Trump's son-in-law is being looked at over reports it filed false housing paperwork in New York City.
In another sign of generally robust health among New York's biggest firms, the latest crop of new partners is the largest in years.
And other announcements of recent hirings and promotions of New York attorneys.
The suit, drawing on the volume of reporting over the issue, seeks to subject Trump campaign officials, as well as Russia, to the civil discovery process.