The $55 million judgment awarded to sportscaster Erin Andrews this week by a Nashville jury might once have been a windfall for Bingham McCutchen.

The now-defunct firm took the lead for Andrews back in 2009 after illicit videos of her in hotel rooms surfaced online. But a conflict with a key Bingham client, Marriott International Inc., precluded the firm from pushing forward.

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