List of lawsuits involving Donald Trump

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The following is a list of notable lawsuits involving former United States president Donald Trump. The list excludes cases that name Trump as legal formality in his capacity as president, such as habeas corpus requests.

Trump as plaintiff[edit]

All but two of these cases have concluded, with most being dismissed. The lawsuits against Mary Trump is in its infancy, whereas the lawsuit against The Washington Post is reaching two years of age.

Lawsuits around Trump's financial and tax information[edit]

  • Trump et al. v. Mazars et al. – The U.S. House of Representatives had subpoenaed the Mazars accounting firm to provide Trump's tax returns. Trump appealed to keep his financial information private.[1] In July 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court decided 7–2 to send the case back to evaluate the worthiness of the subpoena request. The case was not resolved before the 2020 elections. The Congressional subpoenas related to these cases expired with the end of the 116th Congress on 3 January 2021[2] and were reissued in the 117th Congress on 23 February 2021.[3]
  • Trump et al. v. Deutsche Bank et al. – Appeal lawsuit against the Deutsche Bank and Capital One Bank, seeking to prevent them from complying with the subpoenas issued to the company for Trump's, his adult children's, and his businesses' financial records. The subpoenas had been issued by the House Financial Services and Intelligence committees. The Supreme Court consolidated the case with Trump v. Mazars.[4]
  • Trump v. Vance – In July 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7–2 that the State of New York could issue a grand-jury subpoena of the President's financial records. The request was determined not to violate Article II or the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution. After the court's ruling, Trump's team filed two legal complaints, both of which were rejected.
  • Donald J. Trump v. Committee on Ways and Means, et al.[5] – Case in D.C. court challenging the New York TRUST Act, which gives Congress the right to obtain tax information on New York residents. Case dismissed on November 11, 2019.
  • Donald J. Trump v. Mary L. Trump, et al.[6][7] – On September 22, 2021, Trump commenced a lawsuit in New York state court against The New York Times, several journalists and his niece, Mary L. Trump, for a 2018 article detailing his taxes and finances, which he claims violates a 2001 settlement agreement signed by Mary. Trump is seeking at least $100 million in damages.
  • Donald J. Trump and Trump Organization, LLC v. Letitia James in her official capacity as Attorney General for the State of New York[8] – On December 20, 2021 this complaint for declaratory and injunctive relief was filed in federal court against New York Attorney General Letitia James. It accuses James of misconduct, by claiming that her involvement in the investigations into Trump and his corporation was motivated by a desire to target a political adversary and advance her career.

Lawsuits around the United States Census[edit]

  • Trump v. New York – On September 22, 2020, Trump sought an emergency action from the Supreme Court to rule on the matter before the results of the Census were due by December 31, 2020. On December 18, 2020, the Supreme Court dismissed the case.[9]
  • Trump v. Useche – On November 13, 2020, Trump sought an emergency action from the Supreme Court to rule on the matter before the results of the Census were due by December 31, 2020. On December 28, 2020, the Supreme Court ruled the case should be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction.[10]

Lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign[edit]

Lawsuit filed by Trump about the 2016 election[edit]

  • Donald J. Trump v. Hillary R. Clinton, HFACC Inc., Democratic National Committee, et al.[22] – On March 24, 2022 Trump filled a RICO lawsuit against a wide range of individuals such as Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee, which alleged that they maliciously conspired to create a false narrative that Trump colluded to try and rig the 2016 US Presidential election. Trumps demands include a jury trial and compensatory damages, due to the at least $24 million that he has lost due to the defendants actions.[23]

Lawsuits around January 6, 2021 attack[edit]

  • Trump v. Thompson, the United States House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol et al. – On October 18, 2021, Trump sued to block the release of White House records related to the January 6, 2021, riot. The lawsuit claimed that the House committee was illegitimate and that its request for the records was a partisan sham.[24][25] On January 19, 2022, the Supreme Court denied Trump's request without providing a reason. The next day, the National Archives and Records Administration released the White House documents to the committee.[26]

Trump as defendant[edit]

Lawsuits around the United States Constitution[edit]

Lawsuits around executive orders and presidential proclamations and memorandums[edit]

Lawsuits around legal violations[edit]

Lawsuits around the United States Census[edit]

Lawsuits around Trump political campaigns[edit]

  • Lawsuit alleging that the Trump Campaign used mass, unsolicited communication of promotional messages that the plaintiffs did not consent to receive[44]
    • Thorne v. Donald J Trump for President Inc.
  • Lawsuit alleging Russian interference in the 2016 Federal Elections, the Trump campaign was accused of engaging in a racketeering enterprise in conjunction with Russia and WikiLeaks
  • Lawsuit regarding a pattern of persistent illegal conduct, occurring over more than a decade, that includes extensive unlawful political coordination with the Trump presidential campaign, repeated and willful self-dealing transactions to benefit Mr. Trump's personal and business interests, and violations of basic legal obligations for non-profit foundations
  • Lawsuit in which plaintiffs alleged Trump's security team assaulted them during a 2015 peaceful protest based around Trump's campaign comments about Black Lives Matter and Mexican immigrants
  • Lawsuit alleging Trump encouraged an atmosphere of violence and anti-Trump protesters were subjected to attacks and racial slurs being led out of a campaign rally in 2016
  • Lawsuit alleging that Trump and the Republican National Committee colluded to prevent any competition to Trump's re-election campaign.
    • Roque De La Fuente v. Trump & Republican National Committee [48][49][50]
  • Roger Stone (Roger J. Stone Jr.) found guilty by a jury in November 2019 of on obstruction of a congressional investigation, five counts of making false statements to Congress, and tampering with a witness in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.[51][52] He was later sentenced to 40 months in prison.[53][54]
  • Lawsuit alleging that Trump infringed copyright by tweeting a campaign video that included musician Eddy Grant's song “Electric Avenue"[55][56]

Lawsuits around sexual misconduct and assault[edit]

  • Lawsuit by Katie Johnson which alleges that Trump and Jeffrey Epstein sexually and physically abused her under threats to physically harm her and her family while a 13-year-old minor from June–September 1994
    • Katie Johnson v. Donald J Trump and Jeffrey E Epstein[57] (dismissed)
  • Lawsuit by Jane Doe which alleges Trump and Epstein engaged in forcible rape, imprisonment and assault while she was 13-year-old minor and another 12-year-old girl in 1994
    • Jane Doe v. Donald Trump & Jeffrey E Epstein[58] (dismissed by Doe)[59][60]
  • Lawsuit by former campaign staffer, Alva Johnson, who claims that Trump forcibly kissed her at a rally in Florida in August 2016. The lawsuit also alleges unequal pay standards for her, an African-American woman, compared to others on the team
    • Johnson v. Trump[61]
  • Defamation lawsuit raised by Summer Zervos which arose from Trump's statement that she lied about sexual assault allegations against him
  • Defamation lawsuit raised by E. Jean Carroll which arose from Trump's denials of her accusation that he sexually assaulted her more than 20 years ago damaged her reputation

Lawsuits around financial manipulation and employee payment[edit]

  • Lawsuit alleging violations of employee payment regarding not paying him for "thousands of hours of overtime" to which he was legally entitled during his more than two decades of service
  • Lawsuit alleging that Trump and his adult children had made a large amount of money by encouraging unsophisticated investors to join fraudulent schemes

Lawsuits around environmental concerns[edit]

Lawsuits around COVID-19[edit]

Lawsuits around 2020 election fraud claims[edit]

Trump and his team filed dozens of lawsuits regarding the procedures in the 2020 presidential election and Joe Biden's victory. Georgia Cobb County and DeKalb County filed lawsuits to recover costs associated with what DeKalb County called "unsubstantiated and frivolous claims."[75]

In November 2020, the Michigan Welfare Rights Organization along with three black voters filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump and his presidential campaign for allegedly disenfranchising black voters in Michigan.[76] The following month, the NAACP filed an amendment complaint, this time adding the Republican National Committee as an defendant, in which the civil rights organization accused Trump, his presidential campaign and the RNC of coordinated conspiracy to disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of voters in targeted cities with large black populations, such as Atlanta, Milwaukee and Philadelphia.[77]

In February 2021, U.S. Representative Bennie Thompson filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers for conspiring to attack the Capitol.[78] In February 2022, a federal judge ruled that the lawsuit could proceed.[79]

In March 2021, U.S. Representative Eric Swalwell filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Rudy Giuliani and U.S. Representative Mo Brooks (R-AL) for their actions on the day the U.S. Capitol was stormed.[80] In February 2022, a federal judge ruled that the lawsuit could proceed.[79]

In March 2021, two Capitol Police officers filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump.[81] In February 2022, a federal judge ruled that the lawsuit could proceed.[79]

In January 2022, two Metropolitan and one Capitol Police officer filed separate suits against Trump, highlighting alleged wrongful conduct by Trump in inciting a riot during the January 6th riot.[82]

In November 2021, James Savage, a voting machine warehouse custodian in Delaware County, filed a 60-page defamation lawsuit against Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, and Jenna Ellis.[83]

All current pending prosecution[edit]

Trump 2020 Campaign-related lawsuits by state[edit]

Arizona[edit]

  • Donald J. Trump for President v. Katie Hobbs[91]

New Jersey[edit]

  • Donald J. Trump for President v. Way[92]

Pennsylvania[edit]

  • Republican Party of Pennsylvania v. Boockvar, 20-542; Scarnati v. Pennsylvania Democratic Party, 20-574
  • Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. v. Kathy Boockvar and County Boards of Elections, 602 MD 2020
  • Philadelphia County Canvassing Observation Appeal, 1094 CD 20
  • Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. v. Philadelphia County Board of Elections, 20-5533
  • Hamm, Kelly, Allred, Horner, Connor and Hauser v. Boockvar, 600 MD 2020
  • Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., et al. v. Kathy Boockvar, et al. 4:20-cv-02078 [93]

Michigan[edit]

  • Donald J. Trump and Eric Ostergren v. Jocelyn Benson, 20-000225-MZ

Georgia[edit]

  • In Re: Enforcement of Election Laws and Securing Ballots Cast or Received after 7:00pm on November 3, 2020, SPCV20-00982
  • Trump v. Kemp

Wisconsin[edit]

  • Pierson v. Stepien, 20-CV-9266

See also[edit]

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