- You cannot legally invoke an obligation requirement after the fact. Full upfront disclosure is a must.
- You cannot morally share a secret without letting the other party know what the ramifications of knowing it entails.
- You cannot ethically conceal information that can harm if not revealed. This includes relationships that would be harmed by having possession of the information whereby others who should know too would consider you disloyal or legally negligent by not disclosing it to them.
Bro. John S. Nagy