After a tumultuous week of litigation, which saw famed lawyer Rudy Giuliani making his first court appearance in decades, Kirkland & Ellis is seeking to withdraw from the legal challenge President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign has filed in Pennsylvania federal court, with Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel partner Barry Berke looking to replace them.

Berke entered his appearance in the case Trump v. Boockvar late Friday, seeking to represent Pennsylvania Department of State Secretary Kathy Boockvar. The move was quickly followed by a motion from three Kirkland & Ellis attorneys, including Daniel Donovan, seeking to withdraw from the case.

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