Foley & Lardner partner Cleta Mitchell has resigned from her firm’s partnership after leaked audio between President Donald Trump’s team and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger identified her as counsel in the president’s efforts to overturn results of the election, according to the firm.
Mitchell had worked at Foley for roughly 20 years.
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