Feds denied questioning carte blanche

April 1998
World Wastes;Apr98, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p74
Trade Publication
Discusses the implications of the ruling in `1U.S. ex rel. Daniel G. O'Keefe v. McDonnell Douglas Corp.,' which alleges that McDonnell overstated labor costs on a Navy contract. Requirement for federal prosecutors and investigators to get permission from a company's lawyer before questioning its employees; Details of the case.


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