Boies Schiller Confronts Media on Sony Data Breach

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In response to an onslaught of reports about Sony’s hacked documents, Boies, Schiller & Flexner’s David Boies has sent a letter to news outlets demanding they stop using and destroy what he calls "stolen information." Whether the letter will have any effect remains to be seen.

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  • Tex

    These are the same guys who had Amway by the short hairs with the Pokorny v. Quixtar (former name of Amway) and decided to settle the contingency class action lawsuit so that they would be guaranteed their $15 million fee. For more information about the Amway Tool Scam, see www.StopTheAmwayToolScam.wordpress.com

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