Legal Ease

Work Product Makes For Messy Workplace

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

It is a good thing that attorneys' work product is confidential. I had this Gestalt while cleaning my office, under the watchful eyes of Bert, my secretary. Bert is usually friendly and helpful, offering potato chips, salad croutons and French fries as motivational tools. This was a more desperate situation than usual. My office had deteriorated into a state of unprecedented chaos while preparing for a trial.

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