Dec 01, 2016 ACC DocketVolume 34
, Number 10
, Page 28-35
By Deborah Silodor
In-house counsel are often viewed as the “gatekeepers” of corporate misconduct — meaning they can be subjected to civil or criminal liability if disclosure provisions aren’t met. These provisions have become increasingly widespread, encouraging attorneys to report unethical business practices and prioritize the public interest over the interests of the client.
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