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Michael Avenatti withdraws request to subpoena Nike in U.S. extortion case

Reuters Tuesday, 24 September 2019
Michael Avenatti on Tuesday withdrew his request to subpoena Nike Inc in connection with the federal criminal case accusing the embattled lawyer of extortion, after the company said prosecutors already possessed all the documents he sought.
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Michael Avenatti on Tuesday withdrew his request to subpoena sportswear giant Nike Inc. The move was connected to the federal criminal case accusing the embattled lawyer of extortion. According to Reuters, the company said prosecutors already possessed all the documents he sought. The withdrawal came...

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