Boies Schiller Flexner partner Joshua Schiller, son of firm co-founder Jonathan Schiller, has continued working with clients despite a leave of absence the firm said he took after he was arrested following an alleged domestic violence incident at his California home in January, according to three sources with knowledge of the firm. The firm “rejects the claims” that he has not honored his leave of absence.

Boies Schiller also announced Wednesday that the firm has hired an investigator following Joshua Schiller’s arrest.

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