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Co-Founder of Baby Einstein Files Open-Records Complaint for Access to University of Washington Research
Date:1/11/2010

Clark submitted his first public records request for the "Associations" study in August 2007, after the University of Washington heavily publicized the research results. The University refused the request in November 2007, claiming the disclosure of the records would cause competitive harm to its researchers and thus would constitute "public harm." Clark subsequently asked the National Institute of Health (NIH), National Science Foundation (NSF) and The Journal of Pediatrics to request the University share the study's records.

In July 2009, Clark requested records for the 2004 "Early Television" study, and separately resubmitted his request for the 2007 "Associations" study. Four months later, in November

2009, Clark received two letters of "final response." The first letter stated no University records for the 2004 "Early Television" study could be found. The second letter was accompanied by an incomplete data set that cannot be used to re-analyze the 2007 "Associations" study, a copy of the study's questionnaire, and nothing more.

"If the research results are valid, the University of Washington should have welcomed timely re-analysis of its work," added Clark. "While they are being cited as 'evidence,' the University of Washington has not shared records or any documents that substantiate their claims with anyone interested in re-analyzing the studies."

Baby Einstein was founded in 1996 by Clark and his wife, Julie Aigner Clark. They sold the company to Disney in 2001, and have no financial stake in Baby Einstein or sale of its products. Clark has said his primary motivation in filing the lawsuit is to protect the legacy he and his wife have created.

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