(Original post by TimmonaPortella)
Why did you edit my post here?
Considering you're in the field of law, I am really quite surprised that you don't understand the concept of a conflict of interest. The idea that you shouldn't act for someone, if you have an interest in the case being decided the other way.
The state, or taxpayer's interest is clearly to maximise tax revenues. On the other hand, the big accountancy firm's interest is at least indirectly, to minimise tax revenue among the wealthy by arranging tax avoidance schemes. Clearly therefore, there is a conflict of interest in the big four accountancy firms drafting the tax codes when they have a vested interest in allowing the tax codes to be porous for potential tax avoidance schemes.
I really am not sure how you don't understand that. More realistically you probably do but don't care and are purposely acting stupid.