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John L. Primmer, of South Ryegate, Vermont, passed away Sunday, Aug., 29, 2021 at Central Vermont Medical Center. John was born Feb. 21, 1941, in Sioux City, Iowa, to the late Lyle Fraser and Florence Truesdell Primmer.

In the late, unlamented presidential election, Hillary Clinton’s campaign paid a law firm called Perkins Coie north of five million dollars for its services. That is a lot of legal work, even in this litigious age when everybody sues and only the lawyers seem to see any money.

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The first team of lawyers for embattled EB-5 developer Ariel Quiros - accused of masterminding an alleged ‘Ponzi-like’ scheme at Jay Peak and Burke Mountain ski resorts as well as other projects - are fighting in court to be paid.