An Atlanta lawyer nationally known for defamation litigation said he is working on potential lawsuits on behalf of the teen from a viral video with a Native American elder at a protest in Washington, D.C.

Atlanta attorney L. Lin Wood released a statement Friday saying he is representing Nick Sandmann, the Kentucky student from Covington Catholic High School who was in Washington with his classmates and adult chaperones to participate in the March for Life rally Jan. 18.

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