Non-Disclosure of Third Party Information Sample Clauses

Non-Disclosure of Third Party Information. Executive represents and warrants and covenants that Executive shall not disclose to the Company, or use, or induce the Company to use, any proprietary information or trade secrets of others at any time, including but not limited to any proprietary information or trade secrets of any former employer, if any; and Executive acknowledges and agrees that any violation of this provision shall be grounds for Executive’s immediate termination and could subject Executive to substantial civil liabilities and criminal penalties. Executive further specifically and expressly acknowledges that no officer or other employee or representative of the Company has requested or instructed Executive to disclose or use any such third party proprietary information or trade secrets.
Non-Disclosure of Third Party Information. Employee understands that the Company may from time to time receive from third parties confidential information (“Third Party Information”), subject to a duty on the Company’s part to maintain the confidentiality of such information and to use it only for certain limited purposes. At all times during Employee’s employment with the Company and thereafter, Employee will hold the Third Party Information in strictest confidence and Employee will not disclose, communicate, reproduce, copy, publish, license, distribute, modify, adapt, transmit, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or use any Third Party Information, except (a) as may be necessary for Employee to perform his or her duties as an employee of the Company for the exclusive benefit of the Company or (b) to the extent an officer of the Company expressly authorizes such in writing. Employee will take all appropriate action, whether by instruction, agreement or otherwise, to ensure the protection, confidentiality and security of the Third Party Information and to satisfy Employee’s obligations under this Agreement. Employee will notify the Company immediately upon discovery of any loss, misuse, misappropriation or disclosure of Third Party Information or any other breach of this Agreement by Employee, and Employee will cooperate with the Company in every reasonable way to help the Company prevent its further unauthorized use or disclosure.
Non-Disclosure of Third Party Information. Executive understands that he or she will receive from third parties confidential, proprietary or otherwise private information (“Third Party Information”) subject to a duty on the Company’s part to maintain the confidentiality of such information and to use it only for certain limited purposes. During the term of Executive’s employment and thereafter, Executive will hold Third Party Information in the strictest confidence and will not disclose to anyone (other than Company personnel who need to know such information in connection with their work for the Company) or use Third Party Information, except in connection with Executive’s work for the Company, or unless expressly authorized by an officer of the Company in writing. Executive acknowledges and agrees that any violation of this provision shall be grounds for Executive’s immediate termination of employment for Cause under this Agreement and could subject Executive to substantial civil liabilities and criminal penalties. Executive further specifically and expressly acknowledges that no officer or other employee or representative of the Company has requested or instructed Executive to disclose or use any such third party proprietary information unless agreed to in writing to by such third party.
Non-Disclosure of Third Party Information. Employee agrees that for so long as the pertinent information or documentation is subject to protection under Company nondisclosure obligations, policy or applicable law, but in any event not less than two (2) years, Employee will not use, disclose, or disseminate to any other person, organization or entity or otherwise employ any Third Party Information; provided, however, that the prohibition contained in this paragraph shall not prohibit the use by Employee of Third Party Information in the good faith performance by Employee of his services on behalf of the Company, whether as an employee or during the Consulting Period.
Non-Disclosure of Third Party Information. Employee recognizes that the Company may have received and in the future may receive from third parties associated with the Company, e.g., the Company’s customers, suppliers, licensors, licensees, partners, or collaborators (“Associated Third Parties”), their confidential or proprietary information (“Associated Third Party Confidential Information”). By way of example, Associated Third Party Confidential Information may include the habits or practices of Associated Third Parties, the technology of Associated Third Parties, requirements of Associated Third Parties, and information related to the business conducted between the Company and such Associated Third Parties. Employee agrees at all times during Employee’s employment with the Company and thereafter to hold in the strictest confidence, and not to use or to disclose to any person, firm, or corporation, any Associated Third Party Confidential Information, except as necessary in carrying out Employee’s work for the Company consistent with the Company’s agreement with such Associated Third Parties. Employee further agrees to comply with any and all Company policies and guidelines that may be adopted from time to time regarding Associated Third Parties and Associated Third Party Confidential Information. Employee understands that Employee’s unauthorized use or disclosure of Associated Third Party Confidential Information or violation of any Company policies during Employee’s employment will lead to disciplinary action, up to and including immediate termination and legal action by the Company.

Related to Non-Disclosure of Third Party Information

  • Non-Disclosure of Confidential Information (a) Executive acknowledges that the Company possesses certain confidential and propriety information that has been or may be revealed to him or learned by Executive during the course of Executive’s employment with the Company and that it would be unfair to use that information or knowledge to compete with or to otherwise disadvantage the Company. Executive shall not, during the Term of Employment or at any time following the Term of Employment, directly or indirectly, disclose or permit to be known (other than as is required in the regular course of his duties (including without limitation disclosures to the Company’s advisors and consultants), as required by law (in which case Executive shall give the Company prior written notice of such required disclosure) or with the prior written consent of the Board of Directors, to any person, firm, corporation, or other entity, any confidential information acquired by him during the course of, or as an incident to, his employment or the rendering of his advisory or consulting services hereunder, relating to the Company or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates, the directors of the Company or its subsidiaries or affiliates, any supplier or customer of the Company or any of their subsidiaries or affiliates, or any corporation, partnership or other entity owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by any of the foregoing, or in which any of the foregoing has a beneficial interest, including, but not limited to, the business affairs of each of the foregoing. Such confidential information shall include, but shall not be limited to, proprietary technology, trade secrets, patented processes, research and development data, know-how, market studies and forecasts, financial data, competitive analyses, pricing policies, employee lists, personnel policies, the substance of agreements with customers, suppliers and others, marketing or dealership arrangements, servicing and training programs and arrangements, supplier lists, customer lists and any other documents embodying such confidential information. This confidentiality obligation shall not apply to any confidential information, which is or becomes publicly available other than pursuant to a breach of this paragraph 12(a) by Executive.

  • Non-Disclosure of Proprietary Information Employee recognizes and acknowledges that the Trade Secrets (as defined below) and Confidential Information (as defined below) of the Company and its affiliates and all physical embodiments thereof (as they may exist from time-to-time, collectively, the “Proprietary Information”) are valuable, special and unique assets of the Company's and its affiliates' businesses. Employee further acknowledges that access to such Proprietary Information is essential to the performance of Employee's duties under this Agreement. Therefore, in order to obtain access to such Proprietary Information, Employee agrees that, except with respect to those duties assigned to him by the Company, Employee will hold in confidence all Proprietary Information and will not reproduce, use, distribute, disclose, publish or otherwise disseminate any Proprietary Information, in whole or in part, and will take no action causing, or fail to take any action necessary to prevent causing, any Proprietary Information to lose its character as Proprietary Information, nor will Employee make use of any such information for Employee's own purposes or for the benefit of any person, firm, corporation, association or other entity (except the Company) under any circumstances.

  • Third Party Information I recognize that the Company has received and in the future will receive from third parties their confidential or proprietary information subject to a duty on the Company’s part to maintain the confidentiality of such information and to use it only for certain limited purposes. I agree to hold all such confidential or proprietary information in the strictest confidence and not to disclose it to any person, firm or corporation or to use it except as necessary in carrying out my work for the Company consistent with the Company’s agreement with such third party.

  • Nondisclosure of Confidential Information During the Employment Term, Employee shall hold in a fiduciary capacity for the benefit of the Company all Confidential Information which shall have been obtained by Employee during Employee's employment (whether prior to or after the Agreement Date) and shall use such Confidential Information solely within the scope of his employment with and for the exclusive benefit of the Company. For a period of five years after the Employment Term, commencing with the Date of Termination, Employee agrees (a) not to communicate, divulge or make available to any person or entity (other than the Company) any such Confidential Information, except upon the prior written authorization of the Company or as may be required by law or legal process, and (b) to deliver promptly to the Company any Confidential Information in his possession, including any duplicates thereof and any notes or other records Employee has prepared with respect thereto. In the event that the provisions of any applicable law or the order of any court would require Employee to disclose or otherwise make available any Confidential Information, Employee shall give the Company prompt prior written notice of such required disclosure and an opportunity to contest the requirement of such disclosure or apply for a protective order with respect to such Confidential Information by appropriate proceedings.

  • Nondisclosure of Proprietary Information (a) Except as required in the faithful performance of the Executive’s duties hereunder or pursuant to subsection (c), the Executive shall, in perpetuity, maintain in confidence and shall not directly, indirectly or otherwise, use, disseminate, disclose or publish, or use for his benefit or the benefit of any person, firm, corporation or other entity any confidential or proprietary information or trade secrets of or relating to the Company, including, without limitation, information with respect to the Company’s operations, processes, products, inventions, business practices, finances, principals, vendors, suppliers, customers, potential customers, marketing methods, costs, prices, contractual relationships, regulatory status, compensation paid to employees or other terms of employment, except for such information which is or becomes publicly available other than as a result of a breach by the Executive of this Section 8, or deliver to any person, firm, corporation or other entity any document, record, notebook, computer program or similar repository of or containing any such confidential or proprietary information or trade secrets. The parties hereby stipulate and agree that as between them the foregoing matters are important, material and confidential proprietary information and trade secrets and affect the successful conduct of the businesses of the Company (and any successor or assignee of the Company).

  • Disclosure of Confidential Information Any Finance Party may disclose:

  • Proprietary Information of Third Parties No third party has claimed or has reason to claim that any person employed by or affiliated with the Company has (a) violated or may be violating to any material extent any of the terms or conditions of his employment, non-competition or non-disclosure agreement with such third party, (b) disclosed or may be disclosing or utilized or may be utilizing any trade secret or proprietary information or documentation of such third party, or (c) interfered or may be interfering in the employment relationship between such third party and any of its present or former employees, or has requested information from the Company that suggests that such a claim might be contemplated. To the best of the Company’s knowledge, no person employed by or affiliated with the Company has improperly utilized or proposes to improperly utilize any trade secret or any information or documentation proprietary to any former employer, and to the best of the Company’s knowledge, no person employed by or affiliated with the Company has violated any confidential relationship which such person may have had with any third party, in connection with the development, manufacture or sale of any product or proposed product or the development or sale of any service or proposed service of the Company, and the Company has no reason to believe there will be any such employment or violation. To the best of the Company’s knowledge, none of the execution or delivery of this Agreement and the other related agreements and documents executed in connection herewith, or the carrying on of the business of the Company as officers, employees or agents by any officer, director or key employee of the Company, or the conduct or proposed conduct of the business of the Company, will materially conflict with or result in a material breach of the terms, conditions or provisions of or constitute a material default under any contract, covenant or instrument under which any such person is obligated.

  • Nondisclosure of Confidential and Proprietary Information Employee shall continue to maintain the confidentiality of all confidential and propriety information of the Company as provided by the Employee Agreement previously entered into between the Company and the Employee, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit A. Employee agrees that at all times hereafter, Employee shall not intentionally divulge, furnish or make available to any party any of the trade secrets, patents, patent applications, price decisions or determinations, inventions, customers, proprietary information or other intellectual property rights of the Company, until after such time as information has become publicly known otherwise than by act of collusion of Employee. Employee further agrees that he will return all the Company's property and confidential and proprietary information in his possession to the Company within five business days after the Resignation Date.

  • No Disclosure of Confidential Information The Consultant acknowledges that the Company’s trade secrets and private processes, as they may exist from time to time, and confidential information concerning the formation and development of the Bank, the Bank’s planned products, technical information regarding the Bank, and data concerning potential customers of and investors in the Bank are valuable, special, and unique assets of the Company, access to and knowledge of which are essential to the performance of the Consultant’s duties under this Agreement. In light of the highly competitive nature of the industry in which the business of the Company is conducted, the Consultant further agrees that all knowledge and information described in the preceding sentence not in the public domain and heretofore or in the future obtained by the Consultant as a result of his engagement by the Company shall be considered confidential information. In recognition of this fact, the Consultant agrees that the Consultant will not, during or after the term of this Agreement, disclose any of such secrets, processes, or information to any person or other entity for any reason or purpose whatsoever, except as necessary in the performance of the Consultant’s duties as a consultant to the Company and then only upon a written confidentiality agreement in such form and content as requested by the Company from time to time, nor shall Consultant make use of any of such secrets, processes or information for Consultant’s own purposes or for the benefit of any person or other entity (except the Company and its subsidiaries, if any) under any circumstances during or after the term of this Agreement.

  • Disclosure of Information to Third Parties We may disclose information to third parties about your Card or the transactions you make: (a) where it is necessary for completing transactions; (b) to verify the existence and condition of your Card to a third party; (c) to utilize services of third parties and affiliate entities who assist us in providing the Card and related services; (d) to comply with government agency rules or court orders; (e) if you give us your permission; (f) if you owe us money or there are legal proceedings in connection with your Card, in which case information may be released to attorneys, accountants, collection bureaus, financial institutions, and others involved in collection, adjustment, settlement or reporting; (g) to protect against potential fraud and other crimes; or (h) when otherwise permitted by law.