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Published on June 13, 2017

Washington DC Roundup: Lawsuits in the News

Sean Spicer: Maryland, DC lawsuit against Trump motivated by ‘partisan politics’

White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Monday the lawsuit filed by attorneys general for Maryland and the District of Columbia against President Trump is motivated by “partisan politics.”

“This lawsuit is just another iteration of the case filed …

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DC Roundup: ‘Emoluments’ Lawsuit, AG Sessions to Testify, Ruling Against Travel Ban

Developments in Washington, D.C., on Monday include The attorneys general from Maryland and Washington, D.C., file emoluments lawsuit against President Donald Trump, the nation’s capitol prepares for another high-profile hearing as Attorney General …

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Neighborhood Dispute: The DC-Maryland Lawsuit and Donald Trump

D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine, right, and Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh conduct a news conference on a lawsuit they filed Monday against President Donald Trump, alleging he violated the U.S. Constitution by accepting foreign payments …

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Q&A: Send in your questions about the DC, Maryland lawsuit against President Trump

The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland (Greenbelt, Md.).

D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine said Md. Attorney General Brian Frosh “won the arm wrestling” contest, so it was filed there.

Court watchers say the …

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Northrop Grumman settles fiduciary breach lawsuit with DC plan participants

Participants sued two Northrop Grumman plans in September 2006, while another lawsuit was filed by different participants in January 2007.

The complaints were consolidated in the class-action case In Re Northrop Grumman Corporation ERISA Litigation.

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In DC, a legal win for same-sex, common-law marriage

They met working out at the Rhode Island Avenue YMCA downtown in 1993.

James Spellman, a financial services consultant, saw Michael Kelly and invited him for coffee.

By the next year, their friendship had grown into a romance.

Kelly moved into …

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Lawsuit filed against DC by The Profiling Project in Seth Rich murder investigation

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Democratic National Committee worker Seth Rich was murdered in the Bloomingdale neighborhood of D.C. last July.

His killer still on the run.

On Wednesday morning, a lawsuit was filed against the District of Columbia demanding …

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