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(410 ILCS 110/25)
Conflict of interest.
(a) A person has a conflict of interest if any Committee action with respect to a matter may directly or indirectly financially benefit any of the following:
(1) That person.
(2) That person's spouse, immediate family living
with that person, or that person's extended family.
(3) Any individual or entity required to be disclosed
(4) Any other individual or entity with which that
person has a business or professional relationship.
(b) A Committee member who has a conflict of interest with respect to a matter may not discuss that matter with other Committee members and shall not vote upon or otherwise participate in any Committee action with respect to that matter. Each recusal occurring during a Committee meeting shall be made a part of the minutes or recording of the meeting in accordance with the Open Meetings Act.
(c) A member of a scientific peer review panel or any other advisory committee that may be established by the Department who has a conflict of interest with respect to a matter may not discuss that matter with other peer review panel or advisory committee members or with Committee members and shall not vote or otherwise participate in any peer review panel or advisory committee action with respect to that matter. Each recusal of a peer review panel or advisory committee member occurring during a peer review panel or advisory committee meeting shall be made a part of the minutes or recording of the meeting in accordance with the Open Meetings Act.
(d) The Institute shall not allow any Institute employee to participate in the processing of, or to provide any advice concerning, any matter with which the Institute employee has a conflict of interest.
(Source: P.A. 95-519, eff. 1-1-08.)