The practitioner had an existing advice client. The client’s company was considering a corporate procedure and the practitioner had been instructed to provide advice and assistance during pre-appointment stages. The appointment was to be taken by a partner in another office. The creditors had been consulted and were supportive. Did this create a conflict of interest?
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