68-115-207. Confidentiality of information -- Disclosure -- Notice.

*** Current through the 2015 Regular Session ***

Title 68  Health, Safety and Environmental Protection  
Chapter 115  Tennessee Athletic Commission Act of 2016  
Part 2  Administration

Tenn. Code Ann. § 68-115-207  (2016)

68-115-207.  Confidentiality of information -- Disclosure -- Notice.

  (a) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (b), the commission and the executive director shall keep confidential:

   (1) Any information, including, but not limited to, an applicant's social security number, that the commission or the executive director receives concerning an applicant for the issuance of a license pursuant to this chapter that is declared confidential by law and that is provided to the commission by the applicant, another governmental entity or the Association of Boxing Commissions;

   (2) Any information contained in an applicant's medical records, if the information is not relevant to the commission in determining whether to grant a license to the applicant;

   (3) Any information relating to the financial records of an applicant or licensee; and

   (4) Any information required to be disclosed to the commission and kept confidential pursuant to federal law.

(b) The commission shall reveal the information set forth in subsection (a):

   (1) Upon the lawful order of a court of competent jurisdiction;

   (2) To any person, upon the request of the person who is the subject of the information; and

   (3) In the course of the necessary administration of this chapter.

(c) A person seeking an order of a court of competent jurisdiction for the disclosure of information described in subsection (a) shall submit a motion in writing to the court requesting the information. At least ten (10) days prior to submitting the motion, the person shall provide notice to the commission, the attorney general and reporter and all persons who may be affected by the disclosure of the information. The notice shall:

   (1) Include, without limitation, a copy of the motion and all documents in support of the motion that are to be filed with the court; and

   (2) Be delivered in person or by certified mail to the last known address of each person to whom notice shall be provided.

HISTORY: Acts 2015, ch. 351, § 19.

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