The ABA Journal published today an article concerning an assistant prosecutor's faux pax when she hit "Reply All" when making a comment about a message that the defendant in a criminal case was too ill to attend her trial. Commenting to a colleague, she typed "Surprise, surprise." Although she immediately perceived that her comment might be interpreted as insensitive and tried to recall it, the recall failed. The offender drew a suspension without pay for 3 days and was taken off the team trying the case.
What does that have to do with protecting a client's confidentiality?