Attorney Dev Sen, who has been with Boies Schiller for about five years and focuses on corporate law, took the witness stand during the second week of testimony in Weinstein’s criminal trial in Manhattan.

Defense attorneys representing Weinstein, who has pleaded not guilty to predatory sexual assault, rape and criminal sex act, objected to Sen’s testimony on the grounds that Weinstein is entitled to attorney-client privilege in his communications with Boies Schiller attorneys.

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