Disclosure of Confidential Information Sample Clauses

Disclosure of Confidential Information. Any Finance Party may disclose:
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Disclosure of Confidential Information. 3.1 The Disclosing Party shall only disclose the Confidential Information to the Receiving Party to the extent deemed necessary or desirable by the Disclosing Party in its discretion.
Disclosure of Confidential Information. The Executive recognizes, acknowledges and agrees that he has had and will continue to have access to secret and confidential information regarding the Company, its subsidiaries and their respective businesses (“Confidential Information”), including but not limited to, its products, methods, formulas, software code, patents, sources of supply, customer dealings, data, know-how, trade secrets and business plans, provided such information is not in or does not hereafter become part of the public domain, or become known to others through no fault of the Executive. The Executive acknowledges that such information is of great value to the Company, is the sole property of the Company, and has been and will be acquired by him in confidence. In consideration of the obligations undertaken by the Company herein, the Executive will not, at any time, during or after his employment hereunder, reveal, divulge or make known to any person, any information acquired by the Executive during the course of his employment, which is treated as confidential by the Company, and not otherwise in the public domain. The provisions of this Section 12 shall survive the termination of the Executive’s employment hereunder.
Disclosure of Confidential Information. The Company has developed confidential information, strategies and programs, which include customer lists, prospects, lists, expansion and acquisition plans, market research, sales systems, marketing programs, computer systems and programs, product development strategies, manufacturing strategies and techniques, budgets, pricing strategies, identity and requirements of national accounts, customer lists, methods of operating, service systems, training programs and methods, other trade secrets and information about the business in which the Company is engaged that is not known to the public and gives the Company an opportunity to obtain an advantage over competitors who do not know of such information (collectively, “Confidential Information”), provided that the term “Confidential Information” shall not include (i) any such information that, prior to its use or disclosure by Executive, can be shown to have been in the public domain or generally known or available to customers, suppliers or competitors of the Company through no breach of the provisions of this Agreement or other non-disclosure covenants; (ii) any such information that, prior to its disclosure by the Executive, was rightfully in the receiving third party’s possession, without violation of the provisions of this Agreement or other non-disclosure covenants; and (iii) any such information that, prior to its disclosure by the Executive, was independently developed by the receiving third party without violation of the provisions of this Agreement or other non-disclosure covenants. In performing duties for the Company, Executive regularly will be exposed to and work with Confidential Information of the Company. Executive may also be exposed to and work with Confidential Information of the Company’s affiliates and subsidiaries. Executive acknowledges that Confidential Information of the Company and its affiliates and subsidiaries is critical to the Company’s success and that the Company and its affiliates and subsidiaries have invested substantial sums of money in developing the Confidential Information. While Executive is employed by the Company and after such employment ends for any reason, Executive will never reproduce, publish, disclose, use, reveal, show or otherwise communicate to any person or entity any Confidential Information of Company, its affiliates, and/or its subsidiaries unless specifically directed by the Company to do so in writing, provided that nothing herein shall prohibit the E...
Disclosure of Confidential Information. Either party may disclose Confidential Information in any of the following circumstances:
Disclosure of Confidential Information. If the Asset Representations Reviewer is required by applicable law, regulation, rule or order issued by an administrative, governmental, regulatory or judicial authority to disclose part of the Confidential Information, it may disclose the Confidential Information; provided, however, that before a required disclosure, the Asset Representations Reviewer, if permitted by law, regulation, rule or order, shall use its reasonable efforts to provide the Sponsor with notice of the requirement and shall cooperate, at the Sponsor’s expense, in the Sponsor’s pursuit of a proper protective order or other relief for the disclosure of the Confidential Information. If the Sponsor is unable to obtain a protective order or other proper remedy by the date that the information is required to be disclosed, the Asset Representations Reviewer shall disclose only that part of the Confidential Information that it is advised by its legal counsel it is legally required to disclose.
Disclosure of Confidential Information. The Operator acknowledges and agrees that the Confidential Information, received by it pursuant to this Agreement, is received on a strictly confidential basis and under a relationship of utmost confidence and trust.
Disclosure of Confidential Information. Nothing in this Agreement shall require any Member to provide confidential information, the disclosure of which would impede law enforcement, or otherwise be contrary to the public interest, or which would prejudice legitimate commercial interests of particular enterprises, public or private.
Disclosure of Confidential Information. The Executive recognizes, acknowledges and agrees that he has had and will continue to have access to secret and confidential information regarding the Corporation, including but not limited to, its products, formulae, patents, sources of supply, customer dealings, data, know-how, and business plans, provided such information is not in or does not hereafter become part of the public domain, or become known to others through no fault of the Executive. The Executive acknowledges that such information is of great value to the Corporation, is the sole property of the Corporation, and has been and will be acquired by him in confidence. In consideration of the obligations undertaken by the Corporation herein, the Executive will not, at any time, during or after his employment hereunder, reveal, divulge, or make known to any person any information acquired by the Executive during the course of his employment, which is treated as confidential by the Corporation, and not otherwise in the public domain. The provisions of this Section 8 shall survive the termination of the Executive’s employment hereunder. All references to the Corporation in Section 8 and Section 9 hereof shall include any subsidiary of the Corporation.
Disclosure of Confidential Information. (a) Each of SKYC, FDH and the Shareholders acknowledges and agrees that it may receive Confidential Information in connection with this Transaction including without limitation, the FDH Disclosure Schedule and any information disclosed during the due diligence process, the public disclosure of which will harm the disclosing party’s business. The Receiving Party may use Confidential Information only in connection with the Transaction. The results of the due diligence review may not be used for any other purpose other than in connection with the Transaction. Except as expressly provided in this Agreement, the Receiving Party shall not disclose Confidential Information to anyone without the Disclosing Party’s prior written consent. The Receiving Party shall take all reasonable measures to avoid disclosure, dissemination or unauthorized use of Confidential Information, including, at a minimum, those measures it takes to protect its own confidential information of a similar nature. The Receiving Party shall not export any Confidential Information in any manner contrary to the export regulations of the governmental jurisdiction to which it is subject.