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.
In-house lawyers as stoolpigeons
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- Bader on the Theodore Urban case
- SEC whistleblower rules
- In Congress, asking the benefit of blowing whistles in the sunshine
- Around the web, January 11
- Jury trials for federal whistleblowers
- Examiner on whistleblower law
- "Obama signs bill amending False Claims Act"
- House Judiciary: A full array of expanded litigation and prosecution
- Whistleblower provisions in stimulus bill
- "What you might call a professional whistleblower"
- Adventures in Connecticut whistleblowing
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