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Choate Launches Whistleblower Defense Group

Choate Press Release

 | October 27, 2015

Choate has launched a Whistleblower Defense Group to be chaired by Gregory Keating. The practice group provides broad experience in representing employers besieged by whistleblower and retaliation cases. 

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