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Old 12-05-2012, 02:42 PM   #55
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Originally Posted by NOVAbimmer View Post
"Not telling" is called a lie of omission.
Again, for most jobs (that do not require security clearance and things of that nature) you are not required to tell them anything/everything. It is their responsibility to verify whatever they legally can, etc.

Funny story...before opening her own firm, my mother worked for Debevoise and Plimpton, a large law firm (clients such as Barnes and Noble, Exxon, Boeing, etc)...they had one guy there was working there 2 years before my mother got there. After 7 years of my mom leaving that firm for another, they found out that the guy doesn't even have a JD and never went to lawschool. His work was phenomenal and everyone, including partners, loved him. They fired him only because they had to.

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