Lawsuits brought by unhappy former employees are never welcome. But when a lawsuit is brought by a former in-house lawyer, it’s likely to be much messier.

And when he accuses his former company’s current and past general counsel of willfully ignoring him when he told them that the company was concealing and destroying evidence it was required to turn over to plaintiffs in lawsuits — well, it doesn’t get much uglier than that.

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