nondisclosure


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nondisclosure

The failure to reveal a fact,whether or not there is an intention to conceal that fact. A person may be liable for nondisclosure if they had a duty to disclose, such as the duty to reveal latent (hidden) property defects.

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The aliases were used in the nondisclosure agreement to protect the parties involved.
Prohibits the requirement of a nondisclosure agreement as a condition of initiation of any procedures addressing sexual harassment or sexual assault claims.
Sounds exciting--except for that little ol' nondisclosure agreement, which just might get in everyone's way.
Excluding 20 cases involving non-University of Texas defendants and 6 minor dental injury cases, 89% of settlements (110 of 124) included nondisclosure provisions.
Now, only individuals whose felony or misdemeanor charges were dismissed after they successfully completed deferred adjudication are eligible for an order of nondisclosure.
District Judge concluded that people in mug shots "do not have a privacy interest warranting nondisclosure.
However, specic details cannot be disclosed at this moment in time due to nondisclosure agreements and HKSE regulations.
It noted that nondisclosure prevents communication about both the content of, as well as the existence of, the NSL.
In the judgment of the Department of Defense, you are in material breach and violation of the nondisclosure agreements you signed.
The nondisclosure is likely a reference to an agreement he signed with FlightPrep.
Silver Lake, another private equity firm, has also signed an nondisclosure agreement with Yahoo, according to the technology blog AllThingsD.
The most recent officer to sign a nondisclosure order was former city solicitor Paul Evans, who left with an pounds 80,000 payoff.