Ethical reasoning and privileged information: Resolving moral conflict [Book Review]

Journal of Business Ethics 13 (7):571 - 577 (1994)
Abstract
Rule 301 in the Code of Professional Conduct - Confidential Client Information - has traditionally been strictly interpreted. In some instances this has placed CPAs in a situation where their own personal moral standards are in conflict with the Code of Professional Conduct. Moral reasoning is suggested as a means of resolving this conflict. The process of moral reasoning is illustrated by contrasting Act Utilitarianism with Rule Utilitarianism. The actual resolution of a moral conflict may result in a CPA violating the Code of Professional Conduct as it is presently being interpreted
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