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confidentiality

noun classified, concealed, hidden, not for publication, not to be communicated, not to be disslosed, not to be quoted, not to be spoken of, privacy, protected, restricted, revealed in confidence, secrecy, secret, spoken in confidence, told in confidence, top-secret, unmentionable, unrevealed
Associated concepts: affirmative defense, need to know principle, nondisclosure agreement, secrecy
See also: privacy
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Under the new GST procedural rules relating to "Bill to Ship to" transaction there is no protection of confidentiality of business transactions.
To pay more attention to the use of advanced technology armed confidentiality work, firmly grasp the stealing and anti-theft, secret and anti-leakage of the initiative, better service and security business work carried out.
The undertaking for confidentiality is incorporated in documents referring to the heads of terms of a potential agreement, as well as in almost every commercial arrangement.
In reaching this conclusion, the Upjohn Court emphasized the confidentiality of the investigation at issue: specifically, the employees participating in the Upjohn investigation were "sufficiently aware that they were being questioned in order that the corporation could obtain legal advice" and the information provided by employees in the course of the investigation in questionnaires and interviews had "been treated as confidential material and [had] not been disclosed to anyone except" in-house and outside counsel.
Before entering into the confidentiality agreement with Sanofi, Medivation received from Sanofi, and Medivation's board of directors unanimously rejected as not in the best interests of the company and its stockholders, a new unsolicited proposal to acquire Medivation.
13] Therefore, we aimed to ascertain how healthcare students define confidentiality and in which cases, they argue, it may be breached.
Limiting confidentiality designations only to those documents that contain truly commercially sensitive information can reduce these costs.
The second is the professional duty of confidentiality.
How Various Countries Treat Confidentiality In Arbitration
The parties are often concerned about confidentiality because publicity
Kontoy-lu presented those documents to Prime Minister Erdoy-an, who approved the lifting of the confidentiality of the documents.
It goes without saying that all firm employees and representatives should execute a confidentiality agreement, but what about the other players referenced above?

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