This essay argues that organizations (here, the Milbank, Tweed law firm) often ignore obviously bad behavior by their employees because of various psychological and sociological factors that prevent them from recognizing the behavior as bad in the first place.
10 Legal Ethics 98 (2007) (reviewing Milton C. Regan Jr., Eat What You Kill: The Fall of a Wall Street Lawyer (Univ. of Michigan Press 2004)).
Rapoport, Nancy B., "The Curious Incident of the Law Firm That Did Nothing in the Night-Time" (2007). Scholarly Works. 126.