Next week, David Boies dusts off his U.S. Supreme Court credentials when he returns after nearly a decade hiatus to argue a long-running legal battle over who owns a piece of art stolen by the Nazis at the outbreak of World War II.

Boies, a name partner in Boies Schiller Flexner, is part of a team led by partners Stephen Zack in Miami and Scott Gant in Washington, D.C., who have nurtured, pushed and spent countless hours and millions of dollars in the case, Cassirer v. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Foundation, to arrive at a pivotal moment in the nation’s high court.