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CONTEMPT DISPUTE - A Washington federal trial judge has scheduled a hearing today to weigh whether to hold in civil contempt a Russian company charged in the special counsel’s investigation, as prosecutors and the defense team at Reed Smith quarrel over whether the indicted entity has complied with trial subpoenas. Prosecutors have accused Reed Smith’s client, Concord Management and Consulting, with participating in a scheme to sow discord in the 2016 presidential election. Litigation in the Russian company’s case has been marked by disputes over evidence for months. The trial is scheduled to begin in April before U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich.

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