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First it was Abbe Lowell of Norton Rose Fulbright, who was lured into a public email exchange on Monday with someone impersonating his one-of-a-kind client, Jared Kushner. Then, on Wednesday, Wilmer, Cutler, Pickering, Hale and Dorr helped to publicize secret investigations involving its client PepsiCo after the firm accidentally emailed details about the probes to a Wall Street Journal reporter.

Katelyn Polantz

Katelyn Polantz is a Washington, D.C.-based data editor and staff reporter at ALM. She has written about law firm business and economics, lobbying and the federal government for the National Law Journal and ALM since 2014. She is originally from Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh.

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