Recount trial roundup: Campaign number crunching, rejected ballots
Franken started talking to the media again. We reported on some of those appearances last week, but Franken also did a longer Sunday interview live with WCCO's Esme Murphy. Watch Franken's interviewhere
Local law firm of Fredrickson & Byron, of which Franken lawyer David Lillehaug is a partner, was paid $271,647 for its legal work during that period. The Washington law firm of Perkins Cole, of which lead recount attorney Marc Elias and top litigator Kevin Hamilton are partners, received about $389,276 in fees.
The Dorsey & Whitney firm received a flat $20,000 so far. Lead recount lawyer Fritz Knaak's firm was paid about $85,000.
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