The New Yorker, The New York Times, and Abovethelaw are among those analyzing how and when Boies represented Weinstein and the Weinstein Company.
We know from The Wall Street Journal that when Boies represented Theranos he met for hours with the editorial leadership. His objective was, many suspect, to block that newspaper's expose on the limits of the supposed state of the art technology at that blood-testing startup.
The Wall Street Journal broke the story any way. Once the darling of the media, Theranos quickly became prey. Eventually Boies abruptly stopped representing Theranos.
Well, Boies has blinked. In The American Lawyer, Miriam Rozen reports:
"In a lengthy statement addressed to his firm Tuesday, David Boies said Harvey Weinstein is no longer a client and that he 'would never knowingly participate in an effort to intimidate or silence women or anyone else.'"
Here is Kathryn Rubino's coverage of this issue at Abovethelaw. She is both a lawyer and a journalist.
Branding experts would agree on one thing: Boies needs top reputation-restoration services. The best in that business probably charge as much per hour as he does.
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