BRADENTON, Fla. – The former financial advisor for bankrupt Jefferson County, Ala., appears to have revealed “privileged and confidential information” in his consulting work for sewer system ratepayers objecting to the county’s plan of adjustment, bankruptcy attorneys for the county claim.

In his consulting work for a group known as the Wilson Ratepayers, James White, chairman of the municipal advisory firm Porter, White Capital Advisors Inc., disclosed “internal deliberations and legal analysis” that he learned as a former fiduciary consultant for Jefferson County, attorneys for the county said.

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