Any Big Law veteran could attest that work on the most sensitive matters starts long before those cases hit the courtroom. But could the attorneys’ actions in those pre-litigation days come back to haunt them publicly?

Before Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein became the face of the #MeToo movement and was arrested last month, prominent lawyers reportedly helped him investigate and even silence women who accused him of sexual misconduct.

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