Attorney Salhi was solicitor for a NJ board of education, and was sitting in on a board meeting when a board employee appeared to complain about affirmative action programs, and their shortcomings. The attorney was designated as “secretary pro-tem” and wrote up the minutes. After this and many intervening events [recounted in the decision], he was sued, and then turned to the board for indemnification as attorney. Result? No indemnification, and his legal mal insurer had to pay the bill. Details.