Goodwin Procter partner Roberto Braceras will lead the investigation into the donations disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein funneled to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab, the firm said Tuesday.
Braceras is the former head of the firm’s litigation department in Boston, and according to his online firm profile, he represents companies and universities in “a wide variety of government investigations and civil litigation.” He has also represented MIT in class action claims that sought “greater ‘accessibility’ to various websites,” according to his online profile.
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