Despite scoring a victory this month at the D.C. Court of Appeals in the case that saw him removed as trustee of a trust set up by a former client, Hogan & Hartson partner Robert Cave has resigned from that post.

In letters of resignation (.pdf) hand-delivered to the sons of Cave’s late client Colleen Boland on Wednesday, Cave says he considers himself “relieved of my personal commitment as trustee.” His resignation will take effect in mid-October.

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