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This one I agree with. If in doubt, approach compliance and/or legal counsel.


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I know you can approach, discuss and know you legal responsibilities including when you get a letter from govt authorities but you are not supposed to disclose the confidential client information unless the person you are disclosing the details are also working for the client. The reason being this is just your suspicion, no one has proved that the client has done anything wrong. If there is nothing wrong with the client and you still disclose the information, client will make he will sue you for millions.


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zjz814 wrote:
1) Must disclose gifts from a client to employer
2) You only need permission from employer if the gifts are for FUTURE performance. Gifts for past performance donā€™t need permission to accept (but you still must notify your employer).
3) Only written permission is an acceptable form of permission (not verbal, etc.)
4) Email is acceptable as written.
These are all correct, right?


Hello,
Maybe these all right.

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