AGG Partner Aaron M. Danzig is quoted in an article titled “Upjohn’s Importance” on the InsideCounsel website. The article defines the “Upjohn warning” and its origins. The Upjohn warning comes from a 1981 Supreme Court case, which decided that communications between corporate counsel and employees may be privileged, but that they belong to the company, not to the employee. The article goes on to describe how failure to present the employees with an Upjohn warning, reminding the employee that the corporate counsel represents the company and any conversations between them belong to the company, could result in lawsuits. Mr. Danzig provides an example of such a case.