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In-House Attorney Not Protected by Whistleblower Statute Because Reporting Wrongdoing Was Part of His Job Duties

Jan 26

Kidwell v. Sybaritic, Inc., ___N.W.2d___, 2010 WL 2517682 (2010)

A plurality of the Minnesota Supreme Court held that when an in-house lawyer reports wrongdoing to the client in order to pull the client back into compliance, the purpose behind such reports is not to expose illegality and therefore such attorneys are not afforded whistleblower protection.

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