The Trump campaign paid law firms and other legal providers more than $7 million from Nov. 4 through the end of last year, a Reuters analysis of Federal Election Commission records shows.
Kasowitz Benson Torres, home of former U.S. President Donald Trump’s former longtime personal lawyer Marc Kasowitz, was the top-paid firm in that period, receiving about $1.6 million, according to FEC records released Sunday. East Bay Dispute & Advisory LLC, an affiliate of litigation consulting firm Berkeley Research Group, was the second-highest paid provider at over $620,000.
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