Defined Sample Clauses

Defined. The failure of a Party to perform any of its obligations in accordance with this Agreement, in whole or in part or in a timely or satisfactory manner, shall be a breach. The institution of proceedings under any bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization or similar law, by or against Local Agency, or the appointment of a receiver or similar officer for Local Agency or any of its property, which is not vacated or fully stayed within 30 days after the institution of such proceeding, shall also constitute a breach.
Defined. For the purposes of this Agreement, Confidential Information means any and all non-public information provided by one party (a “Discloser”) to the other party (a “Recipient”), including but not limited to customer-related data, customer lists, internal documents, internal communications, proprietary reports and methodologies, and related information. Confidential Information will not include information that: (i) has become part of the public domain through no act or omission of the Recipient, (ii) was developed independently by the Recipient, or (iii) is or was lawfully and independently provided to the Recipient prior to disclosure by the Discloser, from a third party who is not and was not subject to an obligation of confidentiality or otherwise prohibited from transmitting such information.
Defined. As used herein, AFD, Transfer Agent, CRMC, and the Series’ “Confidential Information” will mean all materials furnished by AFD, Transfer Agent, CRMC, or the Series whether in written, electronic, visual or oral form, regardless of how transmitted, and whether or not marked “confidential” or “proprietary”. As used herein, the Insurance Company “Confidential Information” will mean information or materials about the Insurance Company or any of its affiliates, whether or not proprietary to the Insurance Company or any of its affiliates, whether disclosed intentionally by or acquired unintentionally from the Insurance Company, any affiliate, any of its other service providers, agents or representatives or any director, officer or employee of any of the foregoing, whether in written, electronic, visual or oral form, regardless of how transmitted, and whether or not marked “confidential” or “proprietary”, including, without limitation information concerning past, present or prospective products, assets, services, systems, customers, employees, financial professionals, shareholders, agents, representatives, finances, books and/or records, business affairs and/or relationships, business plans, trade secrets, methods of operations, distribution and/or marketing strategies and/or procedures or other internal matters. The Insurance Company’s Confidential Information also includes any personal, financial or identifying information of an individual person including, without limitation, any past, present or prospective individuals who are customers, directors, officers, employees, financial professionals, shareholders, agents or representatives of the Insurance Company or any of its affiliates, as name, address, telephone numbers, sex, age, social security number, account and/or employee numbers, finances, business, health, employment, credit standing, history, hobbies and personal relations and any list, description or other grouping directly or indirectly derived in whole or part therefrom (collectively, “Personal Information”) and information, directly or indirectly, derived by or on behalf of AFD, Transfer Agent, CRMC, or the Series from the Insurance Company Confidential Information, using the Insurance Company Confidential Information exclusively or combined with other information, and information obtained by AFD, Transfer Agent, CRMC, or the Series from third parties to expand upon, support or elucidate the Insurance Company’s Confidential Information and summarie...
Defined. A vacancy is defined as an opening in the classified service for a non-temporary (more than six (6) months) position, the assemblage of a seasonal work crew if defined as such in Supplemental Agreements, or a shift opening in the seniority unit, which the Appointing Authority determines to fill. A vacancy may be created by death, resignation, dismissal, transfer out of the seniority unit, permanent reassignment to a new work location thirty-five (35) miles or more distant, retirement, leave of absence expected to be longer than six (6) months, permanent disability, promotions, demotions, successful bid, or the creation of a new position or shift or seasonal work crew and the Appointing Authority determines that such vacancy is to be filled.
Defined. Company has conceived, developed and owns, and continues to conceive and develop, certain property rights and information, including but not limited to its business plans and objectives, client and customer information, financial projections, marketing plans, marketing materials, logos, and designs, and technical data, inventions, processes, know-how, algorithms, formulae, franchises, databases, computer programs, computer software, user interfaces, source codes, object codes, architectures and structures, display screens, layouts, development tools and instructions, templates, and other trade secrets, intangible assets and industrial or proprietary property rights which may or may not be related directly or indirectly to Company's software business and all documentation, media or other tangible embodiment of or relating to any of the foregoing and all proprietary rights therein of Company (all of which are hereinafter referred to as the "Proprietary Information"). Although certain information may be generally known in the relevant industry, the fact that Company uses it may not be so known. In such instance, the knowledge that Company uses the information would comprise Proprietary Information. Furthermore, the fact that various fragments of information or data may be generally known in the relevant industry does not mean that the manner in which Company combines them, and the results obtained thereby, are known. In such instance, that would also comprise Proprietary Information.
Defined. Proprietary Information" is all information and any idea in whatever form, tangible or intangible, pertaining in any manner to the business of the Company or any Affiliated Company, or to its clients, consultants or business associates, unless: (i) the information is or becomes publicly known through lawful means; (ii) the information was rightfully in Employee's possession or part of his general knowledge prior to his employment by the Company; or (iii) the information is disclosed to Employee without confidential or proprietary restriction by a third party who rightfully possesses the information (without confidential or proprietary restriction) and did not learn of it, directly or indirectly, from the Company.
Defined. Proprietary Information” is all information and any idea in whatever form, tangible or intangible, pertaining in any manner to the business of Digimarc, or any Affiliate, or its employees, clients, consultants, or business associates, which was produced by any employee of Digimarc in the course of his or her employment or otherwise produced or acquired by or on behalf of Digimarc. All Proprietary Information not generally known outside of Digimarc’s organization, and all Proprietary Information so known only through improper means, shall be deemed “Confidential Information.” Without limiting the foregoing definition, Proprietary and Confidential Information shall include, but not be limited to: (i) formulas, teaching and development techniques, processes, trade secrets, computer programs, electronic codes, inventions, improvements, and research projects; (ii) information about costs, profits, markets, sales, and lists of customers or clients; (iii) business, marketing, and strategic plans; and (iv) employee personnel files and compensation information. Executive should consult any Digimarc procedures instituted to identify and protect certain types of Confidential Information, which are considered by Digimarc to be safeguards in addition to the protection provided by this Agreement. Nothing contained in those procedures or in this Agreement is intended to limit the effect of the other.
Defined. By virtue of the Agreement, the Parties may be exposed to or be provided with certain confidential and proprietary information of the other Party or third parties, including but not limited to information designated as confidential in writing or information which by its nature ought to be in good faith considered confidential and proprietary to the disclosing Party (“Confidential Information”). Confidential Information of MRI and/or its licensors includes but is not limited to the terms and conditions (but not the existence) of the Agreement, including without limitation all Order Documents, fees and charges, all trade secrets, software, source code, object code, specifications, documentation, business plans, customer lists and customer-related information, financial information, proposals, budgets as well as results of testing and benchmarking of the Software or Services, product roadmap, data and other information of MRI and its licensors relating to or embodied in the Software or Documentation. MRI’s placement of a copyright notice on any portion of any Software will not be construed to mean that such portion has been published and will not derogate from any claim that such portion contains proprietary and confidential information of MRI.
Defined. I understand that during the term of my employment, there will be certain restrictions on my development of technology, ideas, and inventions, referred to in this Agreement as “Invention Ideas.” The term Invention Ideas means all ideas, processes, trademarks, service marks, inventions, technology, computer programs, original works of authorship, designs, formulas, discoveries, patents, copyrights, relating to any existing or planned service or product of the Company and all improvements, rights, and claims related to the foregoing that are conceived, developed, or reduced to practice by me alone or with others, except to the extent that applicable state law prohibits the assignment of these rights. I agree that all original works of authorship which are made by me (solely or jointly with others) as a member of the Company’s (or any of its subsidiary’s) Board of Directors or within the scope of my employment and which are protectable by copyright are “works made for hire,” as the term is defined in the United States Copyright Act (17 USCA, Section 101).