The questions buzz around him like pesky mosquitos: Why does David Boies keep getting mired in messes that jeopardize his reputation? Is Boies making more mistakes? Or are his mistakes catching up with him?

These issues are on the front burner again because of the recent New York Times article that portrays Boies and his old friend J. Stanley Pottinger as suckers of a con man who goes by the name Patrick Kessler.

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