Another sign came on Wednesday of just how important a brewing Supreme Court dispute over the privacy of legal work papers may be to law firms nationwide.

In a rare move, the Reed Smith law firm, with nearly 1,600 lawyers worldwide, filed a brief on its own behalf — and for two of its clients — telling the Supreme Court how crucial the case of Textron v. United States is to the relationship between lawyers and their clients.

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