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Harvey Weinstein, left, and his former lawyer Benjamin Brafman, right, arrive to court at 100 Centre St. on June 5, 2018. Photo: Seth Wenig/AP

The news this week that Benjamin Brafman would withdraw as defense counsel for former movie titan Harvey Weinstein in his sexual assault case called to mind for some attorneys the challenges they face when representing powerful clients who are used to having it their way.

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