Dev Stahlkopf, vice president and general counsel for Microsoft Corp., Thursday announced in a blog post that over the next year, the company will require that its major suppliers provide employees who handle Microsoft work with paid parental leave.

A spokesperson for Redmond, Washington-based Microsoft confirmed that the company will include its outside counsel among those suppliers, but declined to answer further questions about the policy.

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