Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman has angered her former boss by revealing she secretly recorded their conversations, but attorneys watching the White House say other employees could learn from the drama playing out on the national stage.

Aaron Tandy, a partner at Pathman Lewis in Miami, is licensed to practice in Florida and New York. He said employers can try, but they likely won’t be able to restrict tape recordings in today’s climate.

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