Conflicts of Interest
OCTOBER 23, 2019
In a world of competing agendas, it’s inevitable that you will have a conflict of interest with a client, colleague, or boss. This is particularly true in consulting firms, law firms, and investment banks. Conflicts of interest come from having more than one role or relationship in a particular situation. Here are some examples: A) An emergency room physician is asked to treat a patient who, it turns out, is the doctor’s child. In this case, the doctor has two relationships with the patient.