Exceptions to Confidential Information Sample Clauses

Exceptions to Confidential Information. The obligations set forth in Section 13.1 (Confidential Information) shall not apply to the extent that Confidential Information includes information which is: (a) now or hereafter, through no unauthorized act or failure to act on the Receiving Party’s part, in the public domain; (b) was in the Receiving Party’s possession before receipt from the Disclosing Party and obtained from a source other than the Disclosing Party and other than through the prior relationship of the Disclosing Party and the Receiving Party before the Separation Date; (c) hereafter furnished to the Receiving Party by a third party as a matter of right and without restriction on disclosure; (d) furnished to others by the Disclosing Party without restriction on disclosure; or (e) independently developed by the Receiving Party without use of the Disclosing Party’s Confidential Information. Nothing in this Agreement shall prevent the Receiving Party from disclosing Confidential Information to the extent the Receiving Party is legally compelled to do so by any governmental, investigative or judicial agency pursuant to proceedings over which such agency has jurisdiction; provided, however, that prior to any such disclosure, the Receiving Party shall: (i) assert the confidential nature of the Confidential Information to the agency; (ii) immediately notify the Disclosing Party in writing of the agency’s order or request to disclose; and (iii) cooperate fully with the Disclosing Party in protecting against any such disclosure and/or obtaining a protective order narrowing the scope of the compelled disclosure and protecting its confidentiality.
Exceptions to Confidential Information. The Receiving Party shall have no obligation with respect to information which: (i) was rightfully in possession of or known to the Receiving Party without any obligation of confidentiality prior to receiving it from the Disclosing Party; (ii) is, or subsequently becomes, legally and publicly available without breach of this Agreement; (iii) is rightfully obtained by the Receiving Party from a source other than the Disclosing Party without any obligation of confidentiality; (iv) is developed by or for the Receiving Party without use of the Confidential Information and such independent development can be shown by documentary evidence; and (v) is transmitted by a Party after receiving written notification from the other Party that it does not desire to receive any further Confidential Information. Further, the Receiving Party may disclose Confidential Information pursuant to a valid order issued by a court or government agency, provided that the Receiving Party provides the Disclosing Party: (a) prior written notice of such obligation; and (b) the opportunity to oppose such disclosure or obtain a protective order.
Exceptions to Confidential Information. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any portion of the Confidential Information that: (a) was developed by Contractor and in Contractor’s possession prior to Contractor’s first receipt thereof directly or indirectly from CCI; (b) is now or hereafter becomes through no act or failure to act on Contractor’s or any of Contractor’s Representative’s part generally available on a non- confidential basis to the public; (c) was heretofore or hereafter furnished to Contractor by a source other than CCI as a matter of right without restriction on disclosure; or (d) is required by law to be publicly disclosed by Contractor; provided, however, that Contractor timely notifies CCI of any such requirement in order to provide CCI a reasonable opportunity to seek an appropriate protective order, and, in the event such protective order or other remedy is not obtained, Contractor agrees to furnish only that portion of the Confidential Information that Contractor is legally required to furnish.
Exceptions to Confidential Information. “Confidential Information” shall not include any information that the Receiving Party is able to demonstrate is: (a) publicly available or later becomes publicly available other than through a breach of this Agreement; (b) known to the Receiving Party or its employees, agents or representatives prior to disclosure by the other party; (c) subsequently lawfully obtained by the Receiving Party or its employees, agents or representatives from a third party that is not under any obligations of confidentiality; (d) independently developed by the Receiving Party or its employees, agents or representatives, without use of the Confidential Information of the Disclosing Party as evidenced by contemporaneous documentation in the Receiving Party’s possession; or (e) legally required to be disclosed by the Receiving Party. As to any disclosures which are legally required, the Receiving Party shall provide the Disclosing Party, its third party contractors and any other affected parties with reasonable notice prior to such disclosure, to the extent permissible under the order requiring disclosure, and cooperate with the Receiving Party to establish suitable arrangements to minimize the extent and scope of any required disclosure. In the event a party seeks to assert one or more of the foregoing exceptions (a)-(e), such party shall bear the burden of proof of the applicability thereof.
Exceptions to Confidential Information. Each party's obligations under this Agreement with respect to any portion of the other party's Confidential Information shall terminate when the party to whom Confidential Information was disclosed (the "Recipient") can document that: (a) it was in the public domain at the time it was communicated to the Recipient by the other party; (b) it entered the public domain subsequent to the time it was communicated to the Recipient by the other party through no fault of the Recipient; (c) it was in the Recipient's possession free of any obligation of confidence at the time it was communicated to the Recipient by the other party; (d) it was rightfully communicated to the Recipient free of any obligation of confidence subsequent to the time it was communicated to the Recipient by the other party; (e) it was developed by employees or agents of the Recipient independently of and without reference to any information communicated to the Recipient by the other party; (f) the communication was in response to a valid order by a court or other governmental body, was otherwise required by law, or was necessary to establish the rights of either party under this Agreement; or
Exceptions to Confidential Information. Contractor and the State shall not be obligated to treat as confidential and proprietary any information disclosed by the other party (“disclosing party”) which:
Exceptions to Confidential Information. The foregoing restrictions shall not apply to information that the CONSULTANT can demonstrate (1) was generally known prior to the date of disclosure of the same to the CONSULTANT by TRINITY; (2) was in the CONSULTANT’S possession prior to the date of disclosure of the same to the CONSULTANT by XXXXXXX; (3) becomes generally known through no act or omission by the CONSULTANT; (4) is supplied to the CONSULTANT, subsequent to the date of disclosure of the same to the CONSULTANT by TRINITY, by a third party not under an obligation of confidentiality with respect to such information; or (5) is required to be disclosed by law or pursuant to an order of a court or other governmental agency of competent jurisdiction, in which case the CONSULTANT shall promptly notify TRINITY of such requirement to afford the Institution an opportunity to prevent or limit such disclosure.
Exceptions to Confidential Information. The above provisions of confidentiality shall not apply to that part of disclosing party’s Confidential Information which the receiving party is able to demonstrate by documentary evidence: (i) was in the receiving party’s possession prior to receipt from the disclosing party or is independently developed by the receiving party; (ii) was in the public domain at the time of receipt from disclosing party; (iii) subsequently becomes a part of the public domain through no fault of the receiving party or its Agents; and (iv) is lawfully received by the receiving party from a third party having a right of further disclosure.
Exceptions to Confidential Information. Notwithstanding subsection (a) above, information shall not be deemed Confidential Information if it (i) is or becomes generally known to the public through no unlawful act of the recipient; (ii) was known to the recipient at the time of disclosure; (iii) is disclosed with the prior written approval of the disclosing party; (iv) was independently developed by the recipient without any use of the disclosing party’s Confidential Information; (v) becomes known to the recipient from a source other than the dis- closing party without breach of this Agreement and otherwise not in violation of the dis- closing party’s rights; or (vi) is required to be disclosed in accordance with law or court order.