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opposing the interests of the patient.

adverse drug reaction (ADR)
an undesirable and unintentional effect caused by a drug administered at the normal therapeutic dose.
adverse food reaction
an abnormal response to ingested food components. It may be immunologic or non-immunologic. See also food.
adverse syndrome
lesions of the rostral thalamus causing head turning, circling or deviation of the eyes toward the side of the lesion.
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Even though die individuals personally profited, die adverse interest exception was rejected because the wrongdoings were stealing "for" die company from outsiders in a Ponzi scheme, not "from" die company.
But we know that sometimes it is difficult to avoid the inherent pitfalls of law practice that might subject an unwitting lawyer to client conflict or adverse interest conflicts.
The IRS also found that, because the distribution committee members had substantial adverse interests to each other (i.
Adverse interest threat--"the threat that a member will not act with objectivity because the member's interests are opposed to the client's interests"
The deal includes a debt facility and a risk management solution to protect the company from adverse interest rate movements.
She is considered as having an adverse interest in the property, and, as such, he has given up control.
The exception to the doctrine, based on adverse interest of the insiders, should apply only when the agent has "totally abandoned" the interests of the corporation.
A member has charged his employer Adverse interest threat to with violating certain labor laws.
A donor is considered as himself having a power if it is exercisable by him in conjunction with any person not having a substantial adverse interest in the disposition of the transferred property or the income therefrom.
Once a petition has been filed, the debtor's creditors (anyone with a security or adverse interest in property) may not take any actions to collect, assess or recover claims against the debtor or his or her property.
The 'V1' fund volatility rating reflects the fund's low market risk and capacity to return stable principal value to meet anticipated cash flow requirements, even in adverse interest rate environments.