A federal judge in Washington has declined to reveal the identity of a foreign-owned corporation that’s spent months fighting a subpoena brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller III.

U.S. District Chief Judge Beryl Howell of the District of Columbia ruled Monday that she would not “at this time” direct the release of information that publicly identifies the company, but the judge did agree to unseal redacted versions of other records in the case, including briefs, transcripts and orders.

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