Lawyers: Sex abuse lawsuit against Prince Andrew settled
A tentative settlement has been reached in a l awsuit accusing Prince Andrew of sexually abusing Virginia Giuffre when she was 17 years old in which the prince will make a substantial donation to the charity of his accuser and says he never intended to malign her character, according to a court filing Tuesday. Attorney David Boies, who represents Giuffre, said in a filing in Manhattan federal court that lawyers on both sides were informing the judge that a settlement in principle has been reached and they’ll request a dismissal of the lawsuit within a month. Giuffre sued Andrew in August.news.yahoo.com
Prince Andrew effort to toss sex assault suit hits roadblock
A judge appears mostly dismissive of arguments by a lawyer for Prince Andrew who wants to win fast rejection of a lawsuit filed by a woman who says she was sexually trafficked to the royal by the millionaire Jeffrey Epstein when she was 17.
Reporter recalls pivotal story in Elizabeth Holmes' stardom
A Fortune Magazine reporter whose story helped turn Elizabeth Holmes into a Silicon Valley sensation came to court Thursday to explain why he felt like he became a pawn in her attempts to hype a blood-testing technology she promised would revolutionize health care.
In 2016, Maxwell said she grew unhappy with Jeffrey Epstein
Maxwell, criminally charged with aiding Jeffrey Epstein in his sexual abuse of teenage girls, testified in 2016 that she had no memory of anything amiss on his properties in the 2000s despite the accusations from dozens of women and girls that they were sexually abused by Epstein. Ghislaine Maxwell, 59, said during a July 2016 deposition for a defamation lawsuit that she learned about abuse claims “like everybody else, like the rest of the world, when it was announced in the papers." The transcript of a deposition of Maxwell that took place earlier in 2016 was released in October. “Did anyone ever complain to you that Mr. Epstein had demanded sex of them?” attorney David Boies asked. Maxwell has been held without bail since pleading not guilty in July to recruiting girls for Epstein to abuse in the mid-1990s.
There's 'not a legal' or political path for Trump to remain in office, says Gore recount lawyer
Attorney David Boies, who represented former Vice President Al Gore in the 2000 election recount fight, told CNBC on Thursday that President Donald Trump's efforts to challenge the election results are futile. "There is no way that Trump can overturn these election results," said Boies, chairman of the New York City-based law firm Boies Schiller Flexner. The election results have not been finalized yet, and the Electoral College has yet to officially cast its ballots. "There simply is not a path — not a legal path, not a political path and, as I say, certainly not a military coup path — for President Trump to remain in office," Boies said. Boies defended Trump's right to take election disputes to court, as his one-time client, Gore, did in the razor-thin 2000 election.cnbc.com
How the Supreme Court may shift after Justice Scalia's death
Attorney David Boies argued several cases before Justice Antonin Scalia and the U.S. Supreme Court. Boies successfully fought against Proposition 8, California's attempt to ban same-sex marriage. He also represented Vice President Al Gore during the 2000 election recount. Boies joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how Scalia differed from the other justices and how his death will impact the pending cases before the Supreme Court.cbsnews.com
Once foes, star attorneys join forces to fight for gay marriage
Once foes, star attorneys join forces to fight for gay marriage Prominent conservative attorney Ted Olson and prominent liberal attorney David Boies have been on opposite sides of many battles, but they discuss why they decided to team up to push same-sex marriage at the Supreme Court.cbsnews.com