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September 26, 2006



VD has an overly small conception of fiduciary duties, as does Perkins.

This sort of refusal to keep private HP business private suggests neither should serve as directors for public companies.

At a minimum, the lawyer should leave it to the director (Perkins) to stick the knife in Dunn and HP.

Better yet, take a vow of silence with respect to the business of HP, unless and until asked in writing by HP to publicize private facts relating to HP. What ever happened to "no comment" and discretion amongst trustees and lawyers?

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