As with many aspects of business, conflicts of interest
need to be managed.
The authors have no conflicts of interest
The genesis of the current statutory municipal conflicts of interest
provisions in New Brunswick can be traced to The Queen v.
Understanding the importance of conflicts of interests
Disclose in writing annually any actual or potential conflicts of interest
Buying activities often post information on their Web sites to help contractors identify potential conflicts of interest
A preliminary analysis of the data indicates that media coverage of conflicts of interest
had an effect on the overall tone of the article.
LAUSD's code of conduct for contractors, as well as language in the contracts, warns against the appearance of conflicts of interest
as well as actual conflicts.
Few of those conflicts of interest
were disclosed to the public.
At law, the fiduciary duties of employees, officers and directors require them to place the interests of the company above their own personal interests, fully disclose potential conflicts of interest
, and abstain from activities that pose, or appear to pose, a conflict of interest (Baumer and Poindexter, 2004).
The Federal Advisory Committee Act (1972) states that scientists with conflicts of interest
cannot serve on federal advisory committees unless their expertise cannot be recruited elsewhere.
How can your board handle conflicts of interest