Lawyers know about conflicts of interest. They face significant risks when handling clients and have to scrupulously follow principles surrounding conflict of interest. The two categories of conflicts of interest are defined as “appearance of a conflict,” and an “actual conflict.” Both can undermine the independence of an attorney who must zealously advocate on behalf of each individual client. Beyond lawyers, in the corporate business...
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