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Add sexual assault to the Dan Snyder allegations


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51 minutes ago, Stumpy said:

Your dad's friend violated attorney client privilege by letting you read, see or hear anything about clients and their cases.


From what I remember, attorney client privilege is mainly about protecting the client’s secrets from forced legal discovery. 

https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/attorney-client_privilege
 

When it comes to law firm staff. Everyone knows a lot about your sh*t. The attorneys, the paralegal (who do all the real work), the office managers (the people dealing with your crazy ex harassing your attorney), the private investigators, and the kids like me running around doing stuff for your case.

Its not a secret. Everyone knows.

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19 minutes ago, Tbe said:


It was in Raleigh. Run by 8 UNC law grads.

I was often in court (closed hearings) getting stuff for people, serving subpoenas sometimes, bringing stuff in and out of conference rooms when stuff was being discussed, filing tons of paperwork, making copies, ect. 


It was a small shop. I saw a lot. Just accept there are areas of life you don’t know a much about.

Now I was making $9 hour at the time so there wasn’t much they could realistically do if I made something public about Mr big shot’s divorce and custody fight, but I understand why that stuff is needed sometimes.

These days I work with companies that put years of their lives creating something and they don’t want some idiot contractor like me selling their hard won ideas/strategies/tactics/customer lists/financial info/ect to competitors.

Wait... the lawyers you worked for graduated law school? That changes everything sir! 🤣🤣🤣

If you were doing everything you say, then you were more than an errand boy and would have fallen under the 'legal team' umbrella and would be subject to attorney client privilege yourself. No need for an NDA...

Nobody in those companies taught themselves to read, write and do mathematics without someone else's help. You cannot own an idea because you didn't give yourself the knowledge and concepts necessary to precipitate that idea in the first place. We all stand on the shoulders of those who came before us.

IP = BS

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25 minutes ago, Tbe said:


From what I remember, attorney client privilege is mainly about protecting the client’s secrets from forced legal discovery. 

https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/attorney-client_privilege
 

When it comes to law firm staff. Everyone knows a lot about your sh*t. The attorneys, the paralegal (who do all the real work), the office managers (the people dealing with your crazy ex harassing your attorney), the private investigators, and the kids like me running around doing stuff for your case.

Its not a secret. Everyone knows.

https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/attorney-client-privilege.html#:~:text=The duty of confidentiality prevents,t come from the client.

Lawyers may not reveal oral or written communications with clients that clients reasonably expect to remain private. A lawyer who has received a client's confidences cannot repeat them to anyone outside the legal team without the client's consent. In that sense, the privilege is the client's, not the lawyer's—the client can decide to forfeit (or waive) the privilege, but the lawyer cannot.

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22 minutes ago, Stumpy said:

https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/attorney-client-privilege.html#:~:text=The duty of confidentiality prevents,t come from the client.

Lawyers may not reveal oral or written communications with clients that clients reasonably expect to remain private. A lawyer who has received a client's confidences cannot repeat them to anyone outside the legal team without the client's consent. In that sense, the privilege is the client's, not the lawyer's—the client can decide to forfeit (or waive) the privilege, but the lawyer cannot.

The UNC thing was for 4corners.

I doubt a 19 year old hourly employee at home for the summer would be considered part of a legal team, but maybe. It seems like more of an exception that required an NDA.

 

 

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20 hours ago, 4Corners said:

Whatever happened to the stuff with Snyder trying to pimp out the cheerleaders? Just went away?

memory holed.

toooooo much happens now, media is always on to the next attention grabber.

plus if my memory is right, old danny boy owns the local press and radio for the better part of DC. (sportswise)

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2 minutes ago, Pimpdaddy said:

How'd Jerah get ushered out so fast and this venereal wart on the cock of the NFL is still hangin around...I dont get it.

Richardson cooperated.

(or capitulated, depending on how you look at it)

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On 6/22/2022 at 1:47 AM, amcoolio said:

It will never happen, we just had a president that had a ton of sexual assault settlements and NDA's and still got elected. This country is run by money

This country is one of the most corrupt in the world. I find it humorous that some people don’t believe that.  

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50 minutes ago, ickmule said:

This country is one of the most corrupt in the world. I find it humorous that some people don’t believe that.  

Yep. Like what is the worst thing that’s gonna happen to Snyder? A 5 billion dollar paycheck to sell the team? That will teach him. 

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1 hour ago, 4Corners said:
2 hours ago, ickmule said:

This country is one of the most corrupt in the world. I find it humorous that some people don’t believe that.  

Yep. Like what is the worst thing that’s gonna happen to Snyder? A 5 billion dollar paycheck to sell the team? That will teach him. 

Could have been you bud...

...Snyder grew up in rental apartments, mopped floors in high school, and is a college dropout...

...what's your excuse bud?

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