The controversy surrounding David Boies and his work for Harvey Weinstein has prompted questions about ethics, conflicts of interest and where to draw the limit with clients.

But as Boies takes a beating in the press—and his partners at Boies Schiller Flexner read the headlines—some lawyers may be asking another question too: What are the potential pitfalls of having a firm’s brand closely associated with a star lawyer?

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