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Unformatted text preview: Rule 102. B. Yes. This would be a violation of Rule 101 because McDermott's employer is the source of the revenues for the entities being audited. C. Yes. If a member in industry uses confidential information obtained from an employer for his or her personal benefit, disclosure of the information is considered an act discreditable to the profession in violation of Rule 501. The member also violates Rule 301 which prohibits disclosing confidential client information with few exceptions. D. No, Brian is not violating any code of conduct as he has disclosed giving bribe by the Trans Louisiana oil company to state attorney general. E. Yes, Burnett is violating the rule 201: professional competence...
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