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BLOOMBERG’S BILLS – Venable is cashing in on Michael Bloomberg’s White House bid. The presidential hopeful and former New York City mayor paid the firm $700,000 for legal services in the final months of 2019, after making a late entrance into the crowded Democratic field, C. Ryan Barber reports. New campaign financial disclosures also show that Bloomberg paid $75,000 to Wilkie, Farr & Gallagher for legal consulting. Plenty of other Big Law firms have been hired by Democractic candidates, including Perkins Coie; Jenner & Block; and Covington & Burling.
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