Confidentiality Provisions Sample Clauses

Confidentiality Provisions. 7.1 Pursuant to 42 USC 1396r-8(b)(3)(D), the parties agree that information disclosed by the Manufacturer under this Agreement in a form which discloses the identity of a specific Manufacturer or the prices charged for drugs by the Manufacturer is confidential and shall not be disclosed except as necessary to carry out the Agreement or as may be required by judicial order. Therefore, the Department agrees that confidential information provided to the Department under this Agreement, including the Agreement itself is exempted from disclosure by statute. To the extent that the Department utilizes the services of a third-party to develop and maintain the PDL, or to administer any part of this Agreement, all provisions of this section shall apply to the third-party, and the Department shall have the third-party sign a written agreement ensuring the third-party will comply with all aspects of this section. In the event that the Department is required by law to disclose any provision of this Agreement or pricing information to any person other than as provided above, the Department shall provide advance written notice to the Manufacturer sufficiently in advance of the proposed disclosure to allow the Manufacturer to seek a protective order or other relief.
Confidentiality Provisions. In connection with the Professional Services Agreement (the “Services Agreement”) entered into by the University and the Service Provider, the Service Provider may be granted access or otherwise be permitted to prepare and/or collect certain non-public, confidential and/or proprietary information relating to the University’s business and affairs. The University is willing to engage the Service Provider to perform the Services as defined in such Services Agreement, but only upon the condition that the Service Provider agree to the Confidentiality Provisions set forth in this Exhibit C. The Service Provider, intending to be legally bound, agrees as follows:
Confidentiality Provisions. (a) I acknowledge and agree that by reason of my employment with International Paper as a senior level executive, I have been and will be entrusted with and have developed and will develop Protected Information, that such Information is valuable and useful to International Paper, that it would also be valuable and useful to competitors and others who do not know it, and that such information constitutes trade secrets of International Paper. While an employee or consultant of International Paper, or at any time thereafter, regardless of the reasons for leaving International Paper, I agree not to use or disclose, directly or indirectly, any Protected Information in any Unauthorized manner or for any Unauthorized purpose unless such information shall have become generally known in the relevant industry or independently developed with no assistance from me. Further, promptly upon termination, for any reason, of my employment with International Paper, or upon the request of International Paper, I agree to deliver to International Paper all property and materials and copies thereof within my possession or control which belong to International Paper or which contain Protected Information and to permanently delete all Protected Information from any computers or other electronic storage media I own or use.
Confidentiality Provisions. (a) Each Management Stockholder acknowledges, represents, and agrees that: (i) the Company’s financial statements and any other Confidential Information (as defined below) that the Company may, in its sole discretion, furnish to the Stockholders contain confidential, proprietary, and material nonpublic information about the Company; (ii) it shall keep the Confidential Information and all information therein secret and confidential; (iii) it shall hold same in accordance with its customary procedures, if any, for handling confidential information on investments; (iv) it shall not disclose the Confidential Information or any information therein to anyone except (A) to its Affiliates (that do not compete with, or engage in any of the same businesses as, the Company), officers, directors, employees, agents or advisors, who are directly involved in the administration of its stockholding in the Company, all of whom must be advised of and agree to adhere to the terms of this Section 6, (B) as required by law, or (C) as requested or required by any provincial, state, federal, national or foreign authority or examiner regulating banks or banking or claiming to have the authority to regulate banks or banking; (v) it shall be responsible for any breach of the terms of this Section 6 committed to anyone to whom it disclosed the Confidential Information or any information therein; (vi) it shall not use the Confidential Information or any information therein for any purpose other than for appropriate purposes in connection with its stockholding in the Company; and (vii) in the event of any breach of the terms of this Section 6, the Company shall be entitled to specific performance and/or injunctive relief (without bond) as a remedy for any such breach, in addition to all other remedies available at law or in equity, and shall be entitled to reimbursement of all legal fees and litigation expenses incurred in enforcing the terms of this Section 6.
Confidentiality Provisions. In order to allow you to evaluate a possible negotiated business transaction (a “Transaction”) involving Reliant Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the “Company”), you have requested certain information concerning the Company. As a condition to your being furnished such information, you agree to treat any information concerning the Company, its affiliates and subsidiaries that has been or is furnished to you by or on behalf of the Company, at any time or in any form, together with all notes, interpretations, analyses, compilations, studies or other documents prepared by you or any of your directors, officers, employees, agents or advisors (including, without limitation, attorneys, accountants, consultants, bankers, financial advisors and any representatives of your advisors) (collectively, “Representatives”) that contain or otherwise reflect or are based, in whole or in part, on such information (collectively referred to as the “Evaluation Material”), in accordance with the provisions of this agreement. “Evaluation Material” does not include information that (a) was or becomes generally available to the public other than as a result of a disclosure by you or your Representatives or (b) was or becomes available to you on a non-confidential basis from a source other than the Company, or its advisors, provided that such source was not known by you to be bound by any agreement with the Company to keep such information confidential or to be otherwise prohibited from transmitting the information to you by a contractual, legal or fiduciary obligation. You hereby agree that the Evaluation Material will be used solely for the purpose of evaluating a possible Transaction and that such information will be kept confidential. You and your Representatives shall not disclose any portion of the Evaluation Material to any person in any manner whatsoever, except to the extent that disclosure of such information is required by law, regulation, supervisory authority or other applicable judicial or governmental order. You may disclose the Evaluation Material to your representatives on a need to know basis, however, they should be informed of and bound to this agreement, and you agree to be responsible for any breach hereof on their part. You agree, at your sole expense, to take all reasonable measures (including but not limited to court proceedings) to restrain your Representatives from prohibited or unauthorized disclosure or use of the Evaluation Material. In add...
Confidentiality Provisions. The following provisions apply with respect to the treatment of confidential information disclosed by the Parties hereto. All capitalized terms not defined in this exhibit will have the respective meanings specified in the Master Service Agreement to which this Exhibit A is attached and incorporated by reference.
Confidentiality Provisions. It is illegal to reveal or browse, except as authorized: ⏺ All tax return information obtained in connection with the administration of a tax. This includes information from a tax return or audit and any information about the selection of a return for audit, assessment or collection, or parameters or tolerances for processing returns. ⏺ All Michigan Department of Treasury or federal tax returns or tax return information made available, including information marked "Official Use Only". Tax returns or tax return information shall not be divulged or made known in any manner to any person except as may be needed to perform official duties. Access to Treasury or federal tax information, in paper or electronic form, is allowed on a need-to-know basis only. Before you disclose returns or return information to other employees in your organization, they must be authorized by Michigan Department of Treasury to receive the information to perform their official duties. ⏺ Confidential information shall not be disclosed by a department employee to confirm information made public by another party or source which is part of any public record. 1999 AC, R 2005.1004(1). Violating confidentiality laws is a felony, with penalties as described: Michigan Penalties MCL 205.28(1)(f) provides that you may not willfully browse any Michigan tax return or information contained in a return. Browsing is defined as examining a return or return information acquired without authorization and without a need to know the information to perform official duties. Violators are guilty of a felony and subject to fines of $5,000 or imprisonment for five years, or both. State employees will be discharged from state service upon conviction. Any person who violates any other provision of the Revenue Act, MCL 205.1, et seq., or any statute administered under the Revenue Act, will be guilty of a misdemeanor and fined $1,000 or imprisonment for one year, or both, MCL 205.27(4). Federal Penalties If you willfully disclose federal tax returns or tax return information to a third party, you are guilty of a felony with a fine of $5,000 or imprisonment for five years, or both, plus prosecution costs according to the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) §7213, 26 USC 7213. In addition, inspecting, browsing or looking at a federal tax return or tax return information without authorization is a felony violation of IRC §7213A subjecting the violator to a $1,000 fine or imprisonment for one year, or both, plus prosecution ...
Confidentiality Provisions. 10.1. While negotiating this Agreement and during the Term thereafter, Wiley may provide the Customers with certain information, which may be oral or written (including information in electronic format), which is deemed confidential. For the purposes of this Agreement, Confidential Information is defined to include, but is not limited to, the substance of all negotiations relating thereto, all information pertaining to Wiley Online Library which is proprietary to Wiley, and any other material which has either been marked “confidential” by Wiley or which, by the nature of the circumstances surrounding the disclosure, would be understood to be confidential by a reasonable party.
Confidentiality Provisions. The parties agree to the Confidentiality Provisions set forth below: