The names of the businesses that received Paycheck Protection Program loans over the summer, and the amounts they received, were mandated for release on Dec. 1 by a Washington, D.C., court order following months of partial disclosures and calls for transparency on taxpayer-funded relief, and there are several Am Law 200 firms that maxed out the $10 million loan amount. 

The largest of those firms was Boies Schiller Flexner, the embattled litigation shop founded by David Boies. Ranked No. 93 in the Am Law 100, Boies was by far the highest-ranking firm to receive the max loan amount, but it certainly wasn’t the only one. 

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