Exceptions to Confidentiality. The Party who received such confidential information will not be required to keep confidential any information that (a) was, at the time of disclosure to it, in the public domain; (b) after disclosure to it, is published or otherwise becomes part of the public domain through no fault of the receiving Party; (c) was received after disclosure to it from a third Party who had a lawful right to disclose such information or materials to it; (d) was required by law to be disclosed to any regulatory body having jurisdiction over the receiving Party or any of its respective affiliates, sublicensees or customers; (e) that disclosure is necessary by reason of applicable legal, accounting or regulatory requirements beyond the reasonable control of the receiving Party; or (f) is subsequently developed by the receiving Party independently of the information received from the disclosing Party, as evidenced by written documentation.
Exceptions to Confidentiality. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Confidential Information shall not include information which: (i) is known to the receiving party at the time of disclosure or becomes known to the receiving party without breach of this Agreement or violation of a court order; (ii) is or becomes publicly known through no wrongful act of the receiving party or any subsidiary of the receiving party; (iii) is rightfully received from a third party without restriction on disclosure; (iv) is independently developed by the receiving party or any of its subsidiaries without use of the Confidential Information of the disclosing party; or (v) is approved for release upon a prior written consent of the disclosing party.
Exceptions to Confidentiality. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the obligations of confidentiality set forth in Section 6.1 shall not apply to information that, in each case as demonstrated by competent written documentation:
Exceptions to Confidentiality “Confidential Information” does not include information that (a) was in the lawful knowledge and possession of the Receiving Party or its Affiliates prior to the time it was disclosed to, or learned by, the Receiving Party or its Affiliates, or was otherwise developed independently by the Receiving Party or its Affiliates, as evidenced by written records kept in the ordinary course of business, or other documentary proof of actual use by the Receiving Party or its Affiliates; (b) was generally available to the public or otherwise part of the public domain at the time of its disclosure to the Receiving Party or its Affiliates, as evidenced by written records of the Receiving Party or its Affiliates; (c) became generally available to the public or otherwise part of the public domain after its disclosure and other than through any act or omission of the Receiving Party or its Affiliates in breach of this Agreement; or (d) was disclosed to the Receiving Party or its Affiliates, other than under an obligation of confidentiality, by a Third Party who had no obligation to the Disclosing Party or its Affiliates not to disclose such information to others. In the event a Party is required to make a disclosure under Law or regulation, the order of a court of competent jurisdiction, or the rules of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (including by reason of any securities offering by Licensee), any stock exchange or listing entity, the Receiving Party shall provide prompt prior written notice to the Disclosing Party and take all reasonable steps (including cooperating with the Disclosing Party in seeking to secure confidential treatment of, or otherwise limit, such Confidential Information required to be disclosed) to limit the extent of the disclosure and obtain confidential treatment for any remaining required disclosure.
Exceptions to Confidentiality. Notwithstanding Section 9.2, the Parties’ obligations of confidentiality and non-use shall not apply to any particular information or materials that the receiving Party can demonstrate:
Exceptions to Confidentiality. The obligations of each Receiving Party imposed by Section 9.1(a) will not apply to any Confidential Information disclosed to the Receiving Party by the Disclosing Party which: (a) was known to the Receiving Party prior to the Effective Date other than as a result of disclosure under any other agreement between the Parties (as demonstrated by documentary evidence); (b) is or becomes generally available to the public through means other than an unauthorized disclosure by the Receiving Party; (c) was or subsequently is disclosed to the Receiving Party by a Third Party having a bona fide right to disclose such Confidential Information without breaching any obligation to the Disclosing Party; (d) is developed independently by the Receiving Party without benefit of or recourse to any of the Disclosing Party’s Confidential Information (as demonstrated by documentary evidence); or (e) is published pursuant to Section 9.4. In addition, the Receiving Party may make disclosures of Confidential Information of the Disclosing Party to the extent required to comply with applicable laws and regulations or a court or administrative order, provided that the Receiving Party provides the Disclosing Party with reasonable prior written notice, (b) takes all reasonable and lawful actions to assist the Disclosing Party in obtaining confidential treatment for such disclosure and (c) discloses the minimum amount and scope of the Disclosing Party’s Confidential Information necessary to comply with the applicable law, regulation or order. CERTAIN CONFIDENTIAL PORTIONS OF THIS EXHIBIT WERE OMITTED AND REPLACED WITH “[***]”. A COMPLETE VERSION OF THIS EXHIBIT HAS BEEN FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE SECRETARY OF THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION REQUESTING CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT PURSUANT TO RULE 406 PROMULGATED UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933, AS AMENDED. Execution Version
Exceptions to Confidentiality. Corporation’s obligation of nondisclosure and the limitations upon the right to use Confidential Information shall not apply to the extent that Corporation can demonstrate that such Confidential Information: (a) is now, or hereafter becomes, through no act or failure to act on the part of Corporation, generally known or available to the public; (b) was known, without obligation of confidentiality, by Corporation before generation hereunder by Institution; (c) is hereafter rightfully obtained by Corporation from a third party, without breach by the third party of any obligation to Institution; or (d) is independently developed by or on behalf of Corporation without use or benefit of or reference to Confidential Information by persons who had no access to such Confidential Information. Corporation may disclose Confidential Information if and to the extent that a disclosure thereof is required by applicable law, rule, or regulation, provided that Corporation uses reasonable efforts to limit the disclosure by means of a protective order or a request for confidential treatment and, to the extent reasonably practicable, provides Institution a reasonable opportunity to review the disclosure before it is made and to interpose its own objection to the disclosure.