Don't know if there is a 100% conclusive answer, but I did eventually stumble upon an answer several months back when the same question arose. An answer seems to be related to the ever increasing vagaries and fictions that in large part dominate what goes for modern law these days.
In terms of what was once loosely considered practical, common every day langauge and conversation that used words with readily accepted meaning, Hulda Clark is affiliated with huldaclark.com and drclarkstore.com Go to these web sites to get products that include Clark's name wrapped around the bottles & packages, and find information that has Dr. Clark's name (and frequenlty portrait) affixed to them, said information often times mirroring near-verbatim information found in books authored by Hulda Clark (for instance The Cure For All Disease).....now, for a moment, in honor of what goes in our world these days for modern law, try to forget all of this.
In the parallel bizarro world that encompasses the one we exist in, there are many terms built, fashioned and cobbled from common words, terms that have been highly re-engineered, crafted, and refined into purely legal terms, and these legal terms are based on many of the very same words that were once loosely considered practical, common every day langauge; Hulda Clark is not affiliated with these web sites, nor the information nor the products. This, for the time being, this seems to be helping in her endeavor to stay out of modern courts of law. By this standard, the only web sites Hulda affiliates with are huldaclark.net and newcenturypress.com. In this parallel world, there are no Hulda Clark products to be found, there are no extensive electronic libraries documenting the various health issues that Hulda has researched. There is only the brief and dated disclaimer affixed to Hulda's portrait. Depending on one's perspective, some potentially other good news from this paralell world is that other fictions, like the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus and Tooth Fairy, are likely to be found alive and well.