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Court Holds Corporate Consultants May be Subject to “1090” Conflict-of-Interest Prohibition

by on June 16, 2015

posted in Ethics,

Consultants are fixtures in the world of local government.  Engineers, architects, lawyers, and many other professionals routinely contract with local agencies to provide a wide range of services.  A recent court opinion, Davis v. Fresno Unified School District, warns the companies that employ these professionals of their potential for conflicts of interest.  ... Continue Reading

tags: conflicts of interest, Public Contracting, Section 1090,