TRUMP’S TAXES - U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta in D.C. is set to hear arguments this morning on President Trump’s bid to block accounting firm Mazars USA LLP from complying with a congressional subpoena that demands eight years of Trump’s financial records. Ellis Kim reports that Mehta’s ruling will come in the middle of the increasingly tense standoff between the executive and legislative branches, as the Trump administration has refused to comply with a spate of oversight demands by Democrats in the House.

INTRODUCTIONS - As in-house legal departments are pushing harder for their outside firms to include women on their teams, women-owned law firms say they’re seeing an advantage. Brenda Sapino Jeffreys and Xiumei Dong report that the designation helps women-owned firms get a foot in the door. Still, to win that business and secure returning clients, it seems that a history of success is the deciding factor.

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