A federal judge overseeing civil litigation against blood-testing company Theranos has indicated he will let lawyers at Cooley who have been representing former CEO Elizabeth Holmes withdraw from the case.

In a motion filed on Sept. 30, Cooley chairman Stephen Neal, Palo Alto partner-in-charge John Dwyer and associate Jeffrey Lombard asked to bow out of the case, saying Holmes hasn’t paid them for more than a year for their work on the case and likely never will.

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