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Former GE Lawyer Suspended for Disclosing Company Info to Reporters

When a reporter calls, it's a good idea to answer rather than be identified as the "no-comment" lawyer. That's like pleading the Fifth, and it doesn't go well in the court of public opinion. When you do talk to the media, however, be careful about what you say. M.......
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