Many businesses have access to confidential information that, when stolen or misappropriated, can cause serious injuries to their clients or other third parties. Confidential information can be used to open credit cards, obtain loans or possibly access other databases that contain more sensitive information. In Adams v. Congress Auto Insurance Agency, Inc., a Massachusetts court […]

Lawyers are governed by ethical rules and standards which are set forth in the Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct (“Rules”), as well as in substantive and procedural law. One of the Rules prohibits a lawyer from revealing “confidential information” relating to the representation of a client.


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