International law firm Perkins Coie and a half dozen additional defendants sued by former President Donald Trump in the eight figures in the Southern District of Florida, filed a flurry of motions to dismiss the lawsuit in which they each shared a commonality. They adopted and incorporated the arguments in former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton’s motion to dismiss, which was the first motion to dismiss to hit the federal docket.

Bruce Rogow, founding professor at Nova Southeastern University Law Center and a political law expert, complimented the defendants who joined in Clinton’s motion, which he said demonstrated a classic example of “straight-to-the-point” good legal writing.

Bruce Rogow. (Photo: MelanieBell/ALM.) Bruce Rogow. (Photo: MelanieBell/ALM.)