Former students who settled a lawsuit alleging a prestigious private school in Brooklyn covered up a football coach's years of sexual abuse are now suing the school's outside counsel at O'Melveny & Myers for allegedly trying to "deceive" the court with "fraudulent evidence" and "materially false and fraudulent statements."

Naming O'Melveny and Jeffrey Kohn, managing partner of the firm's New York office, as defendants, the action argues they "should not be allowed to escape sanction for their grievous and oft-repeated falsehoods."

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