The January Ethical Dilemma: Obligations to Clients and Public Safety

Board concludes that Sam did the appropriate thing in coming forward to his client with the information and also by documenting the information for possible future reference as appropriate.

2024-01-22T13:48:25-05:00January 15th, 2024|Ethical Dilemma|12 Comments

The December Ethical Dilemma: Recruitment Finder’s Fee

Engineer Raymond received an unsolicited letter and explanatory material from a commercial firm engaged in manpower placement, offering a monetary bonus to Raymond if he provided names of qualified engineers (and other technical disciplines listed in the brochure).

2023-12-22T15:09:43-05:00December 18th, 2023|Ethical Dilemma|12 Comments

The November Ethical Dilemma: Disclosure of Previous Work by a Consultant

Engineer Mitch agrees to provide consulting services to RMF, Inc., in connection with the development of a new product for manufacture. He develops a preliminary report, which is approved, then develops the design for the product. Mitch and RMF, Inc., do not negotiate any terms in their agreement relating to the actual ownership of the design of the product.

2023-12-22T15:10:56-05:00November 20th, 2023|Ethical Dilemma|10 Comments
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