According to the filing, Cohen is "under criminal investigation", with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of NY investigating him for "criminal conduct that largely centers on his personal business dealings".
President Donald Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, has until Monday morning to produce the names of his clients, with proof of their relationship, or face having the temporary restraining order his attorneys were in court seeking Friday tossed by U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood of the Southern District of NY.
Cohen is seeking a temporary restraining order regarding the searches of his home and office, a Justice Department spokesman said earlier on Friday.
"Attorney Davidson never consented to any recordings of his conversations with Mr. Cohen".
"The attorney-client privilege could't at an identical time be utilised like a sword (and) like a shield", McKay advised Wood.
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Michael Cohen, whose hotel room and office were raided by the FBI Monday, was first noticed by the president in the early 2000s during a tussle between tenants and the management company of a Trump Organization-run property, according to a Associated Press story on Wednesday.
Whatever the judge decided, Hendon said, would have to "withstand scrutiny for all time".
"The viability of this prosecution, it has to be done right", Hendon told US District Judge Kimba Wood.
Wood noted that she was concerned about what was potentially said in open court, since information about the underlying criminal investigation could potentially be exposed.
While Cohen has admitted to no wrongdoing, the intensity of the government's investigation will put significant pressure on one of the President's closest confidants. He argued in a court filing on Friday that the seized materials must be reviewed by his attorneys to determine which of them should remain protected by attorney-client privilege.
She added that she was anxious about the "appearance of fairness", given the stakes.
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Michael Avenatti, a lawyer for Daniels, suggested at one of the hearings that his client might be the subject of some of the seized materials, and her interests needed protection as well.
Avenatti said he believes some of the seized documents relate to Clifford, who performs under the name Stormy Daniels.
"T$3 he agenda comprised questions on how deniable cash payments were to be made to hackers who had worked in Europe under Kremlin direction against the CLINTON campaign and various contingencies for covering up these operations and Moscow's secret liaison with the TRUMP team more generally", the dossier says.
"We want to ensure the documents do not disappear or that there's a control set that's maintained regardless of who reviews the documents", he added.
Searches of lawyers' offices are rare but not unheard of, and prosecutors use what is called a separate "taint team" to review the material and exclude any documents that are covered by the attorney-client privilege.
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