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THE STRUCTURE OF PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
OBLIGATIONS AND AVAILABILITY OF SERVICES
OBLIGATIONS BETWEEN PROFESSIONALS AND CLIENTS
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accept accountants actions activities affect apply appropriate argument asked authority basis believe benefit Chapter claim clients Code competence concern conduct confidentiality consent Consequently consider consideration corporate cost course court criminal decision determine direct disclose discussion employers engineers equality especially example exist fairness fessionals firm freedom harm important increase individual injury interests involved issue judgment justified knowledge lack lawyers less licensing limited matter moral Moreover norms nurses obligations opportunity organization patient perform permitted person physicians position possible practice prevent principles probably problem professional ethics professions protect question reasonable receive refuse relationship represent require responsibility result role Rules significant situations social social values society standards third parties types unethical universal usually values violate wrong