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In-house lawyers as stoolpigeons

In the continual expansion of "whistleblower" law, old ideas of lawyer-client confidentiality go by the wayside as company lawyers are awarded new legal incentives to use their privileged access to internal communications to rat out their employers. C. Evan Stewart of Zuckerman Spaeder explains in the NYLJ.

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Isaac Gorodetski
Project Manager,
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Manhattan Institute

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Press Officer,
Manhattan Institute


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