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The NY Times Dealbook is reporting that three associates, all female, were let go late last week by Boies Schiller.  All three were part of a team that lost a major case earlier this month.  Boies Schillerwas representing Guy Hands, who sued Citigroup over its buyout of EMI, but a jury ruled in favor of Citigroup.

Boies Schiller & Flexner was founded by David Boies, the lead attorney represent President Bush in Bush v Gore, and Jonathan Schiller in 1997.  More recently the firm made headlines when David Boies teamed up with Ted Olson to challenge California’s Proposition 8.  Boies Schiller has 10 offices and 240 attorneys.

  
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