Case of Imprisoned British Exec Ian Norris Carries Major Privilege Implications

, Corporate Counsel


Many executives are hoping a federal appeals court takes a hard look at a case in which federal prosecutors used Morgan Crucible's outside counsel to testify against and convict the company's CEO, Ian Norris.

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  • Ronald J Riley

    I wonder how many GCs are breaking the law or otherwise engaging in unethical conduct? If they are operating ethically they should not have anything to worry about. Considering the power they wield, it seems to me that they should be held to very high standards and when caught their punishment be more severe.

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