How much can you share safely with legal counsel?

Flynn, Gillian
August 1997
Workforce;Aug97, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p66
Interviews L. Marshall Smith, counsel to the law firm of Jackson and Lewis in Los Angeles, concerning legal issues on personnel management. How often does information shared with a counsel end up haunting an employer; Problems in confidentiality; The bottom line to human resources on communications. INSET: Recent legal decisions..., by Diane Hatch and James E. Hall..


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