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Disclosure 101

Author : David Everett Robinson
ISBN : 1500352012
Genre : Civil rights
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The American Republic: The United States of America (major) = the united States of America = uSA = 50 States joined in perpetual Union by the Articles of Confederation via the Northwest Ordinance and the Equal Footing Doctrine = organic geographically described states = living inhabitants = American Nationals = john-quincy: doe or John Quincy of the Family Doe = names of living people = heirs; beneficiaries; entitlement holders; priority creditors = private sector = Law of the Land = The Constitution for the united States of America = The United States of America in Congress Assembled = congress of the United States of America = unincorporated Trust Management Company doing business as The United States = Body Politic = senate = house of representatives = civil government = full commercial liability = sovereign nation = American Nationals = Natural and Unalienable rights = U.S. Trust = American Common Law = U.S. dollar = Public Laws = Full Enactment Clauses = State Governors; as in -Maine State Governor-.
Category: Civil rights

Disclosure

Author : Paul Matthews
ISBN : 9780414047792
Genre : Discovery (Law)
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This text provides detailed coverage of the new rules of disclosure. Topics covered include documentary disclosure, non-documentary disclosure and specialist jurisdictions.
Category: Discovery (Law)

The Regulation Of Corporate Disclosure

Author : James Robert Brown
ISBN : 9780735501560
Genre : Law
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The Regulation of Corporate Disclosure, Third Edition is a complete and up-to-date handbook on the issue of corporate disclosure, covering the impact of the federal securities laws on both informal communications and the process of communicating with shareholders. The Third Edition expands topics previously covered, addressing the legal issues and practical concerns surrounding implementation of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010. The book also has an in-depth treatment of management's discussion and analysis (MD&A), something that, although appearing in required SEC filings, involves many of the same difficult and complex issues raised by the informal disclosure process. Also addressed are: SEC reforms of the periodic reporting process; issues pertaining to stock research analysts and conflicts of interest; and various relevant corporate governance requirements and their disclosure implications. Critical areas analyzed include: ;Disclosure requirements and anti-fraud provisions The duty to disclose Dissemination Issues involving materiality Disclosure of bad news Negotiations Dealing with analysts And much more!
Category: Law

Integrative Clinical Social Work Practice

Author : F. Diane Barth
ISBN : 9781493903511
Genre : Social Science
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In recent history the practice of medicine and mental health has been increasingly eclectic as more and more practitioners harness seemingly disparate therapies and techniques to arrive at clinical breakthroughs. But while social work professionals have been involved in integrative practice informally and intuitively for years, resources to bring structure to this therapeutic concept have been few and far between. In response, Integrative Social Work Practice offers innovative ways of conceptualizing cases, communicating with clients and making better therapeutic use of client individuality. Rich in research, evidence-based and clinical material from a variety of settings, the book begins with the basic organizing principles behind effective integrative practice. Real-world examples flesh out the theoretical rationales and psychodynamic, cognitive, behavioral and developmental methods are shown in practical context. The author also demonstrates how to balance flexibility and boundaries and manage diverse and even conflicting theories, while providing clear guidelines on: Integrating key psychotherapeutic approaches into social work. Using somatic knowledge to enhance therapy. Making assessments and choosing interventions. Applying an integrative approach to therapeutic relationships. Creating manageable goals based on small steps. Building and working with an integrative team. An important step forward in both professional development and the larger therapeutic picture, Integrative Social Work Practice benefits researchers and practitioners as well as supervisors and students in social work and counseling.
Category: Social Science

Self Disclosure

Author : Valerian J. Derlaga
ISBN : 9781489935236
Genre : Psychology
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Decisions about self-disclosure-whether to reveal one's thoughts, feel ings, or past experiences to another person, or the level of intimacy of such disclosure-are part of the everyday life of most persons. The nature of the decisions that a person makes will have an impact on his or her life. They will determine the kinds of relationships the person has with others; how others perceive him or her; and the degree of self knowledge and awareness that the person possesses. The study of self-disclosure has interested specialists from many disciplines, including personality and social psychologists, clinical and counseling psychologists, and communications researchers. Our book brings together the work of experts from these various disciplines with the hope that knowledge about work being done on self-disclosure in related disciplines will be increased. A strong emphasis in each of the chapters is theory development and the integration of ideas about self-disclosure. The book's chapters explore three major areas, including the interrelationship of self-disclosure and personality as well as the role of self-disclosure in the development, maintenance, and deterioration of personal relationships, and the con tribution of self-disclosure to psychotherapy, marital therapy, and counseling.
Category: Psychology

Privacy And Disclosure Of Hiv In Interpersonal Relationships

Author : Kathryn Greene
ISBN : 9781135654528
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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As the HIV epidemic enters its third decade, it remains one of the most pressing health issues of our time. Many aspects of the disease remain under-researched and inadequate attention has been given to the implications for the relationships and daily lives of those affected by HIV. Disclosing an HIV diagnosis remains a decision process fraught with difficulty and despite encouraging medical advances, an HIV diagnosis creates significant anxiety and distress about one's health, self-identity, and close relationships. This book provides an overarching view of existing research on privacy and disclosure while bringing together two significant areas: self-disclosure as a communication process and the social/relational consequences of HIV/AIDS. The unifying framework is communication privacy management and the focus of this volume is on private voluntary relational disclosure as opposed to forced or public disclosure. Utilizing numerous interviews with HIV patients and their families, the authors examine disclosure in a variety of social contexts, including relationships with intimate partners, families, friends, health workers, and coworkers. Of note are the examinations of predictors of willingness to disclose HIV infection, the message features of disclosure, and the consequences of both disclosure and non-disclosure. This volume, with its personal exercises and sources of additional information, offers an invaluable resource for individuals living with HIV and their significant others, as well as for professionals in the fields of health communication, social and health psychology, family therapy, clinical and counseling psychology, relationship research, infectious disease, and social service.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Disclosure Processes In Children And Adolescents

Author : Ken J. Rotenberg
ISBN : 0521028604
Genre : Psychology
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To be known, and to know others, is critical to all social relationships. The topic of "disclosure processes" pertains not only to people's disclosure of daily thoughts and emotions, but to their disclosure of many controversial problems in contemporary society, such as divorce, AIDS, and sexual abuse. The bulk of research has focused on disclosure processes in adults, and relatively little attention has been given to those phenomena in children and adolescents. The chapters in this book redress the balance by systematically examining disclosure processes in children and adolescents. They cover how, to whom, and the conditions under which children and adolescents reveal their personal thoughts and emotions. They include new research, extensive reviews of the research, and a focus on the contemporary issues of the role of disclosure processes in family therapy and sexual abuse. This book will be of interest to developmental psychologists, social psychologists, clinical psychologists, social workers, education specialists, and nurses.
Category: Psychology

The Ethical Practice Of Forensic Psychology

Author : Gianni Pirelli
ISBN : 9780190258542
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Few resources exist for those interested in developing their professional competence vis-a-vis ethics in forensic psychology, with the most recent text being published more than a decade ago. However, forensic psychology is changing quickly and there is a need for a current guide on ethics within the field. The Ethical Practice of Forensic Psychology highlights the ethical standards and guidelines set forth by the American Psychological Association's (APA) Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct (EPPCC) and the Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychology (SGFP). This Casebook provides readers with a practical review of these ethical standards and professional guidelines in the context of forensic case vignettes with corresponding commentary by leaders in the field. Concepts are presented using a best-practices model that encourages and promotes engaging in empirically supported decision-making. This volume is distinct from all others published in this area, given its inclusion and integration of a review of the ethical standards and guidelines contained in the EPPCC and SGFP, in addition to numerous types of ethical dilemmas encountered in forensic practice, a review of the relevant empirical literature and case law/legal statutes, and commentary by experts in forensic psychology. This unique Casebook will prove useful for a broad audience including academics in forensic psychology, psychology graduate and post-doctoral students and trainees, practitioners, mental health counselors, social workers, and legal professionals. "
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The Apostates

Author : Simon Cottee
ISBN : 9781849044691
Genre : Religion
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The Apostates is the first major study of apostasy from Islam in the western secular context. Drawing on life-history interviews with ex-Muslims from the UK and Canada, Simon Cottee explores how and with what consequences Muslims leave Islam and become irreligious. Apostasy in Islam is a deeply controversial issue and features prominently in current debates over the expansion of Islam in the West and what this means. Yet it remains poorly understood, in large part because it has become so politicized-with protagonists on either side of the debate selectively invoking Islamic theology to make claims about the 'true' face of Islam. The Apostates charts a different course by examining the social situation and experiences of ex-Muslims. Cottee suggests that Islamic apostasy in the West is best understood not as a legal or political problem, but as a moral issue within Muslim families and communities. Outside of Muslim-majority societies, ex-Muslims are not living in fear for their lives. But they face and must manage the stigma attached to leaving the faith from among their own families and the wider Muslim community.
Category: Religion

Policyholder S Reasonable Expectations

Author : Yong Han
ISBN : 9781509900756
Genre : Law
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Over the past two decades, protecting contractual parties' reasonable expectations has incrementally gained judicial recognition in English contract law. In contrast, however, the similar 'doctrine' of 'policyholder's reasonable expectations' has been largely rejected in English insurance law. This is injurious, firstly, to both the consumer and business policyholder's reasonable expectations of coverage of particular risks, and, secondly, to consumer policyholder's reasonable expectations of bonuses in with-profits life insurance. To remedy these problems, this book argues for an incremental but definite acceptance of the conception of policyholder's reasonable expectations in English insurance law. It firstly discusses the homogeneity between insurance law and contract law, as well as the role of (reasonable) expectations and their relevance to the emerging duty of good faith in contract law. Secondly, following a review and re-characterisation of the American insurance law 'doctrine' of reasonable expectations, the book addresses the conventional English objections to the reasonable expectations approach in insurance law. In passing, it also rethinks the approach to the protection of policyholder's reasonable expectations of bonuses in with-profits life insurance through a revisit to the (in)famous case Equitable Life Assurance Society v Hyman [2000] UKHL 39, particularly to its relevant business and regulatory background. "This book provides a stimulating and critical review of a doctrine that is far from dead." Professor Malcolm Clarke, Professor Emeritus of Commercial Contract Law, St John's College, University of Cambridge "A thoroughly researched inquiry that is both broad in scope and nuanced in its analysis of case law and concepts. It not only re-examines and corrects much of the conventional wisdom regarding the reasonable expectations concept but also appreciates the application of the doctrine to the overall insurer-policyholder relationship as well as to coverage disputes...A fresh and interesting exploration that has both perspective and detail. The book makes insightful observations and marshals specific supporting evidence that requires rethinking of traditional views of both insurance law and contract law....Just when you thought everything had been said about the reasonable expectations "doctrine,†? Professor Han provides new and important insights that will prove valuable to scholars addressing the topic, judges deciding cases, and lawyers representing both insurers and policyholders." Jeffrey W Stempel, Doris S & Theodore B Lee Professor of Law, William S Boyd School of Law "This sweeping study of the policyholder's reasonable expectations makes a strong case for placing greater emphasis on this notion in English insurance law. Analyzing the issue from both doctrinal and comparative law perspectives, it is a must-read for anyone in the field.†? Professor Kenneth S Abraham, David and Mary Harrison Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law "This book provides the most systematic and comprehensive analysis in the literature on the principle that courts should safeguard policyholders' reasonable expectations of coverage. In the process, it offers a convincing argument that English insurance law should consider policyholders' reasonable expectations of coverage." Professor Daniel Schwarcz, Julius E. Davis Professor of Law, University of Minnesota "This book provides an analysis of the concept of the policyholder's reasonable expectations and an enquiry into the place this concept holds and should hold in English law on insurance contracts. In doing so the book addresses wider questions, such as the justifications for not making substantial distinctions in law between insurance contracts and contracts in general, the subsumed role of expectations in contract law, and the real significance of good faith in the performance of contracts under English law. It argues that English law's reluctance to engage with the policyholder's reasonable expectations as a contextualist interpretative principle is misplaced and unjustifiable. It is a thought-provoking, engaging and timely discussion of an issue the relevance of which is likely to increase in the aftermath of the reforms to English insurance law." Dr Miriam Goldby, Reader in Shipping, Insurance, and Commercial Law, Queen Mary University of London
Category: Law