New Orleans firm McGlinchey Stafford was in a tough spot after one of its partners repeatedly tested positive for cocaine use. The Supreme Court of Louisiana has made its predicament a little easier for the firm but harder for lawyers seeking help.

In a disciplinary matter involving former partner John Clegg, the state’s high court determined that the law firm did not violate confidentiality when it reported his drug use to the state’s attorney discipline body.

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