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A lot of advisors, even the most reputable, groan when the word is uttered. Let's talk ethics, is like being told, Let's eat steamed broccoli. Sure, it's good for you, but yech. Well, if you want spice, look at the headlines. There have been lots of tasty tidbits about abuses of trust. And we're not just talking hot stories about the Enrons or the Jack Abramoffs, abuses in public companies or government.

A lot of advisors, even the most reputable, groan when the word “ethics” is uttered. “Let's talk ethics,” is like being told, “Let's eat steamed broccoli.” Sure, it's good for you, but … yech.

Well, if you want spice, look at the headlines. There have been lots of tasty tidbits about abuses of trust. And we're not just talking hot stories about the Enrons or the Jack Abramoffs, abuses in public companies or government. The once-mighty law firm of Jenkins and Gilchrist recently had to

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