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By Michele Gorman (August 5, 2022, 3:47 p.m. EDT) – A new study has found that employees are not guided by a moral imperative when it comes to reporting misconduct, and a separate report suggests the legal profession will continue to lag behind in diversity and inclusiveness unless more corporate legal leaders actively engage with law firms.

Here are some of the stories from the corporate legal news you may have missed in the past week.

Employees will report misconduct when it benefits them

According to researchers at Gartner Inc., the biggest predictor of whether employees will report misconduct they have seen is whether they think taking action will be good for them personally.

New finds…

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