207 Pa. Code § M.C.R. 6 - Financial Disclosures

(1) A Board member should refrain from financial and business dealings that directly or indirectly reflect adversely on the member's impartiality, interfere with the proper performance of Judicial Conduct Board duties, or exploit the person's position as a Judicial Conduct Board member.

(2) Information acquired by a Board member while serving as a Judicial Conduct Board member shall not be used or disclosed in financial dealings or for any other purpose not related to the member's Conduct Board duties.

(3) A member of the Board shall not financially profit as a result of any confidential information submitted to the Board. If a member has any financial interest that could be affected by the disposition of a matter pending before the Board, the member should not participate in its resolution.

(4) The Chief Counsel and professional staff designated by Chief Counsel must file financial disclosure statements in the form filed by members of the judiciary. The forms shall be filed by May 1, of each year, at the Board office.


207 Pa. Code § M.C.R. 6

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