Benjamin Moore & Co. has been rationing in-house requests for legal advice since the paint company dismissed its entire legal department in November in a move that stunned legal observers

The Berkshire Hathaway-owned company now outsources legal work to Littler Mendelson and independent contractors. Employees who want to consult with a lawyer have to seek permission from Benjamin Moore executives. 

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