31. Conflicts of Interest
"A man who wears one watch is always sure what time it is.
A man who wears two watches is never sure."
- NL 1: “If my mother works for my employer’s competitor, is that a conflict of interest?”
- NL 2: Conflicts of Interest at Work – Here’s What You Need to Know
- QA 1: “Can I be on ‘Garden Leave’ and reemployed elsewhere at the same time?”
- QA 2: “If a firm was representing me in my case against my employer and was also doing work for my employer, is that a ‘conflict of interest’?”
- QA 3: “If I’m in a conflict of interest at work, what can I do?”
- QA 4: “If my mother works for my employer’s competitor, is that a conflict of interest?”
- QA 5: “Is a disclosed conflict of interest still a conflict of interest?”
- QA 6: “Is it a conflict of interest for my attorney, during my case, to go to work for the other side’s law firm?”
- QA 7: “Is it illegal or unethical to work for two competing hotels?”
- QA 8: “Is opening, but not really running, a competing firm a conflict of interest?”
- QA 9: “While employed by a pharma company, is it a conflict of interest to be on the Board of a ‘nutriceutical’ company?”
- QA 10: Does a conflict of interest continue after you have resigned?
- QA 11: “Is it a conflict of interest if I work in the same place as my son, and I cover a shift for him?
“If you live your life the right way,
your later years will not be a winter,
but rather a harvest.”