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Frontiers of legal advocacy

I am not a lawyer  and I know everyone is entitled to a defense, but I don't  think this one will fly:

His lawyers also defended the hiring of prostitutes for employees and board members [with company money], arguing in court papers that it represented a legitimate business expense “if Mr. Brooks thought such services could motivate his employees and make them more productive.”

Read more, and about his $100,000 belt buckle, here.

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July 27, 2010 - 7:36pm

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