In the days following Election Day, the Trump campaign and its affiliates have enlisted the help of litigation boutiques that are already GOP favorites, as well as a handful of small law firms, to file lawsuits in several states with vote counts favoring Joe Biden.

In some litigation, the Trump campaign also leaned on litigation support from Am Law 200 firm Porter Wright Morris & Arthur. But large firms, in general, have not played a prominent role so far in representing Trump in post-Election Day litigation.

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