When Laidlaw International Inc. learned in early 2007 that it was being investigated by a state grand jury, it quickly lawyered up.

The Illinois company’s in-house counsel told employees who were potential witnesses and targets that they would be provided with counsel on the company’s dime — provided they selected lawyers from a preapproved list. If they chose anyone else, it would be at their own expense.

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