I've been in an office leadership role (technically a director-level position, but the office is so small that I'm managing ICs, not managers) at a medium-sized, multinational software company for the last 9 months or so. In the past 2 months, I've been repeatedly instructed by people in my reporting chain to break the law by acquiring and using pirated software. That seems to me like a good enough reason to start looking for a new job. My question, though, is about interviewing at new companies. When they ask why I'm looking to leave my current position, is it alright to mention the illegal requests or is that bad form and airing dirty laundry? Would it be better to come up with a different explanation? Or just generally say that I'm leaving because I believe they're unprofessional and unethical, but not give any more information if pressed? Suggestions and advice are greatly appreciated.