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 November 11, 2014  Breaches, Court, U.S., Workplace

Michael Booth reports:

The New Jersey Supreme Court is considering whether whistleblowers can be criminally prosecuted if they steal or copy confidential documents from their employers to bolster their lawsuits.

A lawyer representing a former school board clerk, who is charged with stealing hundreds of board documents to further her discrimination suit, asked the court to rule that criminal charges should not be allowed to be filed against someone in his client’s position.

Read more on New Jersey Law Journal.

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