Perkins Coie has earned nearly $1.4 million for its work probing allegations of sexual abuse against a former Ohio State University athletic doctor, in another illustration of how a profusion of sexual misconduct investigations is keeping law firms busy.

Data released Thursday by the university outlines over three months of invoices from Perkins Coie and two other law firms for the investigation into Richard Strauss, a deceased physician who allegedly sexually abused approximately 150 male athletes decades ago.

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