UPDATE: May 3, 2018, 5:19 p.m. EDT NBC has updated their original story to say that Cohen's calls weren't being recorded but, rather, simply monitored. The story below has been updated to reflect this new update.
When NBC News reported Thursday that
A female employee has just complained to HR that the CEO harassed her. This complaint is the third one against the same alleged harasser. So, you hire an outside attorney to conduct a full investigation, anticipating that there might be
The day when President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, was revealed to have Fox News host Sean Hannity as a client was always going to be a good day for late night talk show hosts.
And they went for it.
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Micheal Cohen, President Trump's personal lawyer, has friends in some low places.
Before making his first court appearance for a hearing after federal officials raided his home, office, and hotel room last week, Cohen told a federal judge that
President Donald Trump is currently short on attorney, and since it looks like he's gonna need one (or two), an anonymous good Samaritan decided to put a job posting on Craigslist to help Trump out.
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Chill out, everyone.
Michael Avenatti, a lawyer for Stormy Daniels, didn't just claim he had a picture of Trump's orange wang. (Sorry, allegedly orange.)
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The nation's top lawyers recently battled artificial intelligence in a competition to spot errors in contracts — and they lost.
A new study, conducted by legal AI platform LawGeex in consultation with law professors from Stanford
Disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein's attorney says there was "no criminality" in his client's behavior, according to a new statement.
Issued Sunday and first published by Deadline, Weinstein's attorney Ben Brafman responded to the civil rights
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