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Health privacy The release or divulgence of information by an entity to persons or organisations outside of that entity
Research ethics A formal statement about a person’s or institution’s financial relationship with a company or other commercial enterprise, by means of employment, consultancy, or through ownership of stock, or other significant equity

disclosure

Research ethics A formal statement about a person's or institution's financial relationship with a company or other commercial enterprise, by means of employment, consultancy, or through ownership of stock, or other significant equity. See Conflict of interest, Nondisclosure, Self-disclosure.

dis·clo·sure

(dis-klō'zhŭr)
Communicating confidential patient information to others in accordance with legal guidelines.
Synonym(s): release of information.

dis·clo·sure

(dis-klō'zhŭr)
Communicating confidential patient information to others in accordance with legal guidelines.
Synonym(s): release of information.

disclosure,

n a release of information.
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An Appendix to the FTC rule provides sample clauses related to the required disclosures, and it can be found in the May 24, 2000, Federal Register (Vol.
Courts and legal scholars agree that a job applicant's consent does not immunize defamatory disclosures by former employers that the applicant had no reason to anticipate.
Coverage includes all SEC registrants and historical data dating back to September 2002, when the disclosures began.
Disclosures Related Primarily to the Statement of Financial Position (includes examples of investments, contributions receivable, other receivables, inventory and prepaid expenses, collections, fixed assets, liabilities and net assets)
Quite simply, disclosing privileged information to one person causes the privilege to be waived to all, except when such disclosures are judicially compelled.
Disclosures made in defending a legal proceeding initiated by the client or prospective client;
Taken together, they put real teeth into the RT disclosure regulations, place added pressure upon companies to implement effective internal procedures for identifying and reporting RTs, and potentially affect the nature and scope of relationships between companies and outside professionals.
The observed holiday (in the example, July 3) is a business day for purposes of rescission or the delivery of disclosures for certain high-cost mortgages covered by Section 226.
An administrative procedure known as voluntary disclosure may be what the taxpayer needs to solve these problems.
Steven Hall & Partners feels that some of the responsibility for poor disclosure in the past rests with the SEC and offers concrete suggestions on what the SEC itself can do to improve future disclosure.
We provided this information in our existing disclosures," he says.
SCRAMBLERS AND ENCRYPTION TOOLS can substantially reduce the likelihood of waiver of privilege due to inadvertent disclosure but can be expensive ways to foil interception.