Code Of Conduct

  • We respect the confidentiality of clients, and do not reveal private information except where authorized by our clients.
  • We avoid conflicts of interest, and we do not work on matters that could discredit our clients, our firm or the practice of government relations.
  • We do not knowingly place anyone holding public office in a position of conflict of interest.
  • We are honest with our clients and potential clients about their chances of success on their matter.
  • We maintain compliance with the regulations governing our profession, including the BC Lobbyist Registration Act.
  • To ensure that there is no suggestion of impropriety as it relates to the integrity of the public policy development process, we do not accept contingency fees.