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David Boies is an American lawyer and the chairman of the law firm Boies Schiller Flexner LLP.
This law firm appears to have used some unique litigation tactics on behalf of FTX cryptocurrency exchange users who claim that NFL star Tom Brady, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, comedian Larry David, and other celebrities persuaded them to establish FTX accounts.
Gasparino Points Out Conflict Of Interest
Charles Gasparino, a media celebrity, has criticized David Boies for representing the victims of the Sam Bankman-led FTX exchange. Gasparino, who took to Twitter to convey what appears to be a conflict of interest, stated that the representation is raising eyebrows in the legal community.
According to Gasparino, Boies already has a conflict of interest because of his ties to those close to Bankman-Fried, better known as SBF. He emphasized how close the lawyer is to SBF’s uncle James Fox-Miller. Additionally, he claimed that his wife assisted SBF with a well-known charity event that was funded by FTX before the collapse of the exchange.
While Sam Bankman-Fried has close connections to the political class, it is unclear whether his influence extends to judicial favors. Calling out David Boies may or may not mean much, but for creditors seeking a quick resolution to the bankruptcy proceedings, any type of harmful conflict of interest may not be in their best interests.
How does this affect the lawsuit?
While Sam Bankman-Fried has close connections to the political class, it is unclear whether his influence extends to judicial favors. Calling out David Boies may or may not mean much, but for creditors seeking a quick resolution to the bankruptcy proceedings, any type of detrimental conflict of interest may not be in their best interests.
Sam Bankman-Fried is reportedly seeking leniency from international authorities despite the chaos his leadership has created. He intended to postpone bankruptcy proceedings by moving assets from the exchange to foreign authorities. The expectation was that these foreign regulators would be more lenient with him and would allow him to regain control of the digital currency trading platform.
This revelation appears to be of the type that would shake clients’ trust in their counsel. If Charles Gasparino’s claims are legitimate, there could be considerable controversy surrounding the entire case. Some have questioned Gasparino’s remarks, wondering if they are factual or a conspiracy theory.