Alec Beck, the lawyer representing MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, has parted ways with his law firm.
The move comes a day after he filed a new lawsuit against Smartmatic and Dominion Voting Systems.
According to Beck's former employer, the lawsuit was filed without any authorization.
Alec Beck, the lawyer representing MyPillow's CEO, Mike Lindell, has left his law firm a day after filing a new lawsuit against Smartmatic and Dominion, according to Bloomberg.
The company issued a statement on Twitter on Friday night: "Late last night, firm management became aware that a Minneapolis firm lawyer filed a complaint, as local counsel, in federal district court without receiving firm authorization pursuant to internal firm approval procedures," it said.
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