- Full disclosure of all pertinent information requires, without
reservation, disclosure to the client, employer or public, all
relevant information a DJ possess with regard to the DJ's employment.
1. Full disclosure to the client/employer means disclosure
- Conflicts of interests (including, but not limited to such
items as personal, financial, emotional, employment; prior or
current, or others.)
- Lack of competence/experience.
2. Full disclosure to the public with whom the DJ has business
means disclosure of:
- All pertinent event information (e.g., nature of event, rights
acquired and rights retained, event schedule, basis of payments);
- All statutory and equitable rights available.
3. Full disclosure does not include privileged information,
except when required to do so by due process of law.