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Okay, I work in a law firm, and we have legal assistants who review for our company before sending out final products. There is a drop box for these files. I have noticed a couple of the attorneys giving them to only one of the reviewers (upon his request according to them), and when I told them that they go in the box like everyone else, he questioned them. Then I became this "bad guy" whatever. So now he will take them from the box and hide them at his desk, so that no one else can do them. This is not procedure, and I have a horrible feeling that it is also unethical. I have said something to him about them putting them in his chair and he said it was them, so now they are putting them in the box and he is hiding them. What do I do?! Should I say something else to him, or just report it?  


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