Turning the Lights Out on Moonlighting

My colleague Pete Smith, from BCG’s San Francisco office, warns of the perils of trying to moonlight when you work for a law firm. The key takeaway is that no matter what you do, make sure your firm is aware of your activities. I can’t imagine that any law firm would care that you played in a rock ‘n roll band during your off hours (as long as you are available to perform the work that the firm needs you to do.) But representing “Aunt Harriet” might be another story.

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