After the law firms bringing election challenges in court faced mounting public pressure this week from various organizations, one Am Law 200 firm has bowed out of one high-profile case.

Porter Wright Morris Arthur, the 222-attorney Columbus, Ohio, firm on the front lines of post-election litigation that has alleged irregularities and errors in ballot counting on behalf of President Donald Trump, withdrew from a federal lawsuit in Pennsylvania on Thursday night.

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