nondisclosure


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nondisclosure

Malpractice Negligent nondisclosure, see there Research ethics The withholding of information about financial interests–stocks, consultancy fees, and other arrangements–that a researcher might have in the outcome of a clinical trial of a therapeutic device or agent.

nondisclosure

(non″dis-klō′zhŭr)
The withholding of relevant information.

therapeutic nondisclosure

The ethically controversial practice of deliberately deceiving a patient about his or her health or prognosis in order to preserve hope or optimism.
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She has publicly been coy about the whole thing, apparently because of the nondisclosure agreement.
Any individual who received an award or settlement prior to the date of enactment of this Act in connection with a violation of the Congressional Accountability Act which consisted of a sexual harassment or sexual assault claim and who signed a nondisclosure agreement may make public any information related to the award or settlement.
2 mil advance--from book publisher Harper Collins, which balked after thinking for a second, or perhaps third, time about what that silly ol' nondisclosure agreement would mean for a tell-all book.
7% of nondisclosure provisions specifically prohibited disparagement of the physicians or hospital by the claimant.
He believes that a limited expansion of the current nondisclosure laws is an important gesture of goodwill that could help offenders get back on their feet.
The court was also concerned about the extremely limited judicial oversight of NSLs and their nondisclosure requirements.
Microsoft s signing of a nondisclosure agreement with Yahoo occurred "recently," according to the source.
6) Within civil trials, a recurrent issue before Missouri courts is whether a prospective juror's nondisclosure of prior litigation has led to an unfair verdict.
The bank and its executives, including the current and former CEOs, have been sued because nondisclosure of material information led to USD835m in losses on the bank's shares and bonds, Norway claimed.
He discussed how many of the HIV nondisclosure statutes came to be as a result of the first Ryan White Care Act.
This issue includes the following articles: (1) ARL Encourages Members to Refrain from Signing Nondisclosure or Confidentiality Clauses; (2) The Case for Regulating Google and the Proposed Book Rights Registry; (3) Learning and Research Spaces in ARL Libraries: Snapshots of Installations and Experiments (Crit Stuart); (4) A Different Kind of Conversation: The Sparky Awards and Fresh Views on Change in Scholarly Communication (Jennifer McLennan); and (5) ARL Selects Research Library Leadership Fellows for 2009-10.
We are negotiating with a brand, but we have a nondisclosure agreement, so I can't reveal details.