Ex-employees of Prudential Life Insurance who say the company bribed their lawyers to keep their bias claims out of court are seeking access to thousands of documents the company asserts are privileged.

The plaintiffs claim that the documents fall under the crime-fraud exception, a statutory loophole in the attorney-client privilege for communications for legal services “sought or obtained in aid of the commission of a crime or fraud.”

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