Judging from the current list of best sellers list at Amazon.com, it’s likely that more than a few Lit Daily readers out there have a copy of Mary Trump’s “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” sitting on the nightstand.
The fact that the president’s niece’s tell-all book made its way to readers this week as scheduled is thanks in large part to a team of litigators at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. The Gibson lawyers, led by Theodore Boutrous Jr., Matthew McGill, and Anne Champion, fought off an attempt by Mary Trump’s uncle Robert Trump to invoke a confidentiality provision in a decades-old settlement agreement involving various family members to block publication of the book. Mary has been a firm client since 2018, coming to the firm after Boutrous took to Twitter to offer pro bono help to anyone being sued by President Donald Trump for exercising free speech rights under the First Amendment.
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