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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"If you propose an order that diminishes the state's ability to bargain, what you've done is proposed prior restraint on officers that the nondisclosure agreements are meant to protect," he said.
Hasbro claims that the confidentiality guidelines in the nondisclosure agreement (NDA) the parties signed controls the obligations between the parties on the issues of trade secret and misappropriation so any testimony on industry standards of confidentiality is irrelevant.
Trump and Cohen, who is also being sued by Daniels, have now asked Otero to dismiss the case, saying they have abandoned efforts to enforce the nondisclosure agreement.
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A hearing for the lawsuit Daniels filed against Trump and Cohen's company to dissolve the nondisclosure agreement has been set in Los Angeles County Superior Court for July 12.
The scandal-hit movie and TV firm has coupled its move to seek bankruptcy protection with a decision to scrap all nondisclosure agreements, which were preventing many victims and witnesses from speaking out.In the latest twist in efforts to survive the sexual misconduct scandal that brought down co-founder Harvey Weinstein, The Weinstein Company (TWC) filed for bankruptcy protection with a buyout offer from a private equity firm.
Amid reports that President Donald Trump asked senior White House officials to sign nondisclosure agreements, The Texas Tribune received a copy of an NDA Trump asked a former Texas campaign staffer to sign in 2016.
A business can make such a showing by presenting facts to show that it: 1, limits/restricts access to the information (documents are locked in a file cabinet, electronic data is saved separately and password protected); 2, limits/restricts the number and categories of people who have access to the information; 3, limits/restricts physical access to locations where information is stored and/or used; 4, requires people who have access to the information to sign nondisclosure agreements (both internally and externally); 5, publishes a confidentiality policy putting all employees on notice regarding nondisclosure of information and providing instructions for use and dissemination of information; and 6, marks information Confidential and posts signs in areas where access is restricted.
Earlier, the DOH said it would sue the French vaccine manufacturer over their nondisclosure of the vaccine's restrictions, particularly the increased risk for severe dengue in seronegative patients or those with no prior dengue infections.
Until Maverick eases up on the space magic and stops locking his paramours behind ironclad nondisclosure agreements, it might be impossible for Cruise to find love on planet Earth
CL's got that famous nondisclosure agreement required by all Trump nee Drumpf employees, which reads thusly: "During the term of your service and at all times thereafter, you hereby promise and agree not to demean or disparage publicly the company, Mr.
Buyer must be pre-qualified financially, sign nondisclosure before any additional confidential information released.