Confidentiality Agreements: Immoral?

, New York Law Journal


Henry G. Miller writes: I do believe that we, as members of the bar, have a special responsibility to address and, as far as we can, change the attitudes that put the protection of wrongdoers before the safety of the public. If we the members of the bar unite to propose that concealment of a public danger in a confidentiality agreement is an unethical act, we might very well stop tragedies such as those caused by General Motors' faulty ignition switches.

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