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FILE - In this March 26, 2013 file photo, attorneys David Boies, left, and Theodore Olson, addresse members of the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington. Olson and Boies fought on opposite sides of the case that determined the 2000 presidential election, but the veteran attorneys joined forces to defeat California’s gay-marriage ban, a five-year effort documented in “The Case Against 8,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The film follows the attorneys and plaintiffs in the lawsuit that resulted in the marriage ban being overturned. “The Case Against 8” is set to air on HBO in June. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)

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FILE - In this March 26, 2013 file photo, attorneys David Boies, left, and Theodore Olson, addresse members of the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington. Olson and Boies fought on opposite sides of the case that determined the 2000 presidential election, but the veteran attorneys joined forces to defeat California’s gay-marriage ban, a five-year effort documented in “The Case Against 8,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The film follows the attorneys and plaintiffs in the lawsuit that resulted in the marriage ban being overturned. “The Case Against 8” is set to air on HBO in June. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)

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FILE - In an Aug. 4, 2010 file photo, attorney David Boies kisses fellow lawyer Theodore Olson on the cheek at a public rally in West Hollywood, Calif. Olson and Boies fought on opposite sides of the case that determined the 2000 presidential election, but the veteran attorneys joined forces to defeat California’s gay-marriage ban, a five-year effort documented in “The Case Against 8,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The film follows the attorneys and plaintiffs in the lawsuit that resulted in the marriage ban being overturned. “The Case Against 8” is set to air on HBO in June. (AP Photo/Adam Lau, File)

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FILE - In this March 26, 2013 file photo, attorneys David Boies, left, and Theodore Olson, addresse members of the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington. Olson and Boies fought on opposite sides of the case that determined the 2000 presidential election, but the veteran attorneys joined forces to defeat California’s gay-marriage ban, a five-year effort documented in “The Case Against 8,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The film follows the attorneys and plaintiffs in the lawsuit that resulted in the marriage ban being overturned. “The Case Against 8” is set to air on HBO in June. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)

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Attorneys Ted Olson (left) and David Boies were involved in the landmark federal trial over the constitutionality of California's gay marriage ban. Now they are taking on Virginia's constitutional ban on gay marriage (associated press)

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**FILE** Caitlin J. Halligan (left), then a lawyer for New York, and David Boies, a lawyer for Court TV, talk in the Court of Appeals in Albany, N.Y., on April 27, 2005, before Boies represented a cable television channel in their suit against the state to reverse a ban on cameras in the courtroom. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** Caitlin J. Halligan (left), then a lawyer for New York, and David Boies, a lawyer for Court TV, talk in the Court of Appeals in Albany, N.Y., on April 27, 2005, before Boies represented a cable television channel in their suit against the state to reverse a ban on cameras in the courtroom. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** Caitlin J. Halligan (left), then a lawyer for New York, and David Boies, a lawyer for Court TV, talk in the Court of Appeals in Albany, N.Y., on April 27, 2005, before Boies represented a cable television channel in their suit against the state to reverse a ban on cameras in the courtroom. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** Caitlin J. Halligan (left), then a lawyer for New York, and David Boies, a lawyer for Court TV, talk in the Court of Appeals in Albany, N.Y., on April 27, 2005, before Boies represented a cable television channel in their suit against the state to reverse a ban on cameras in the courtroom. (Associated Press)

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NFL attorney David Boies answers questions after the NFL lockout hearing Wednesday in St. Paul, Minn. The federal judge overseeing the case urged the NFL owners and players to resume bargaining. (Associated Press)

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Attorneys (from left) Theodore Olson and David Boies speak with plaintiffs Sandy Stier and Kris Perry on Tuesday, June 15, 2010, in San Francisco before Wednesday's closing arguments in the landmark federal trial over the constitutionality of California's gay-marriage ban, which is expected eventually to reach the U.S. Supreme Court. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)