September 7, 2006
The Bar Attacks the Thompson Memo
I would be more sympathetic to the organized bar's attack on the Justice Department's Thompson memo if it did not reek of self-interest. Corporate payments of executive's legal fees line the pockets of large firm lawyers (allowing the levying of extraordinarily large fees) and claims for attorney/client privilege when lawyers do "internal investigations" on serious charges guarantee that outside law firms will do all the investigations. Convenient.
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