To the extent a response is required, Defendant specifically denies the definitions of “Trump Organization” and “Defendants.” While the shorthand “Trump Organization” is utilized by Defendants for branding and business purposes, no entity as such exists for legal purposes. The definitions of “Trump Organization” and “Defendants,” as used by the Attorney General, improperly group Defendants together, without regard to the nature or discrete legal identity of each Defendant, and fails to specify to which named Defendant or Defendants the conduct alleged is attributed. Such pleading is not “sufficiently particular to give the court and parties notice of the transactions [or] occurrences … intended to be proved”, and thus fails to satisfy the basic pleading requirements of CPLR 3013.
That response was in the answer submitted by...The Trump Organization Inc.
This is a curious claim given the fines and the trouble the Trump Organization got into with the Allen Weiselberg case. Saying that the "Trump Organization", not Donald Trump personally, was at fault kept Trump out of Rikers along with his head bookkeeper, Weiselberg. ---CA