On Sept. 12, U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta dismissed Trump v. Committee on Oversight and Reform after the parties reached an agreement on compliance with the congressional subpoena served on Mazars, Trump’s longtime accounting company. The U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Oversight and Reform had originally served a subpoena on Mazars with a return date of April 19, 2019. Trump had contested that subpoena, resulting in a narrowed request in July 2022.
The agreement stipulates that Mazars and its counsel will only be subject to the terms of the narrowed subpoena and should “exercise their independent judgment in determining whether documents in its possession fall within the scope of the Narrowed Subpoena.” It specifies date ranges for each of the requested categories of information, including that Mazars must report false information about Trump entities’ or President Trump’s reported assets, liabilities, or income from 2014-2018.
You can read the stipulated agreement as a part of Mehta’s order of dismissal, attached as Exhibit A, here or below: