Lance Armstrong's decadelong fight to clear his name of performance-enhancing drug use officially ended last week with a much-publicized interview with Oprah Winfrey. The seven-time Tour de France winner has kept lawyers from nearly a dozen Am Law 200 firms busy in litigation and arbitration proceedings around the world, and now the disgraced cyclist faces another steep legal path—one that could land him back in federal court or even bankruptcy.
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