[ExI] Right to medical information
stefano.vaj at gmail.com
Sun Mar 18 15:41:58 UTC 2012
On 16 March 2012 01:45, Kelly Anderson <kellycoinguy at gmail.com> wrote:
> For those who didn't read the article, there is a law winding its way
> through the Kansas legislature allowing doctors who are opposed to
> abortion to "opt out" of telling women information about their coming
> baby that might lead the woman to get an abortion.
Let me think.
Should I be allowed as a lawyer, if I feel a deep respect for the
sacredness of the life of corporate entities since conception, to "opt out"
of telling a client that due diligence investigations revealed the target
in prospective corporate deal to be a can of worms?
That's an interesting concept. The client could not blame me for any breach
of my fiduciary duties, because after all I would do that in the service of
a Higher Justice... :-)
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