The sexting controversy that led to the resignation of Latham & Watkins chairman William Voge in March 2018 has continued to reverberate in the Chicago area.

In the months after Voge resigned, his lawyer sought criminal charges against Andrea Vassell, the Naperville, Illinois, woman with whom Voge exchanged messages. Vassell, in turn, lodged disciplinary complaints against Voge’s attorney, as well as the chairman of Kirkland & Ellis—pulled in only because he received an unsolicited email from Vassell—and another prominent Chicago lawyer.

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