Permitted Disclosures. Each Party may disclose Confidential Information to the extent that such disclosure is:
Permitted Disclosures. A Party may disclose Confidential Information (a) to those of its Affiliates and Representatives as such Party reasonably deems necessary to give effect to, perform its obligations under or enforce this Agreement or evaluate, negotiate and implement the Transactions, but only on a confidential basis; or (b) if required by Law or a court of competent jurisdiction, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission or any other regulatory body or international stock exchange having jurisdiction over a Party or pursuant to whose rules and regulations such disclosure is required to be made, but only after the form and terms of such disclosure have been notified to the other Parties and the other Parties have had a reasonable opportunity to comment thereon, in each case to the extent reasonably practicable.
Permitted Disclosures. Each Party may disclose the other Party’s Confidential Information, to the extent such disclosure is reasonably necessary in filing or prosecuting Patent Applications within the Enabling Technology and/or Product Technology, prosecuting or defending litigation, complying with applicable laws or regulations or otherwise submitting information to tax or other Government Authorities (including, without limitation, in filings with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Agriculture and/or similar foreign regulatory entities), conducting clinical or field trials, or making a permitted sublicense or otherwise exercising its rights hereunder; provided, after the Separation Event, Codexis may not use Confidential Information received from MUS in connection with filing or prosecuting Patent Applications without MUS’ prior written consent. Each time a Party is required to disclose, or in the exercise of its rights hereunder, makes any disclosure of the other Party’s Confidential Information, other than pursuant to a confidentiality agreement with confidentiality and non-disclosure obligations at least as restrictive as those set forth in this Agreement, such Party will give reasonable advance notice to such other Party of such contemplated disclosure and, save to the extent inappropriate in the case of Patent Applications, will use reasonable efforts to secure confidential treatment of such information of the other Party prior to each such disclosure (whether through protective orders or otherwise).
Permitted Disclosures. Each party accepts that from time to time any other party may be required by law or the Rules, or requested by a government department or agency, fiscal body or regulatory or listing authority or as otherwise necessary in conducting the Trust’s business, to disclose information acquired under this Agreement. In addition, the disclosure of such information may be required by a party’s auditors, by its legal or other advisors, by a company which is in the same group of companies as a party (i.e., a subsidiary or holding company of a party) or (in the case of the Trustee) by any beneficiary of the trusts constituted by the Trust Agreement. Each party irrevocably authorises the others to make such disclosures without further reference to such party.
Permitted Disclosures. The confidentiality obligations contained in Section 7.1 above shall not apply to the extent that (a) any receiving party (the “Recipient”) is required (i) to disclose information by law, regulation or order of a governmental agency or a court of competent jurisdiction, or (ii) to disclose information to any governmental agency for purposes of obtaining approval to test or market a product, provided in either case that the Recipient shall provide written notice thereof to the other party and sufficient opportunity to object to any such disclosure or to request the highest level of confidential treatment thereof; or (b) the Recipient can demonstrate that (i) the disclosed information was public knowledge at the time of such disclosure to the Recipient, or thereafter became public knowledge, other than as a result of actions of the Recipient in violation hereof; (ii) the disclosed information was rightfully known by the Recipient (as shown by its written records) prior to the date of disclosure to the Recipient by the other party hereunder; (iii) the disclosed information was disclosed to the Recipient on an unrestricted basis from a source unrelated to any party to this Agreement and not under a duty of confidentiality to the other party; or (iv) the disclosed information was independently developed by the Recipient without use of the Confidential Information disclosed by the other party.
Permitted Disclosures. Pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 1833(b), you understand that you will not be held criminally or civilly liable under any Federal or State trade secret law for the disclosure of a trade secret of the Company that (i) is made (A) in confidence to a Federal, State, or local government official, either directly or indirectly, or to your attorney and (B) solely for the purpose of reporting or investigating a suspected violation of law; or (ii) is made in a complaint or other document that is filed under seal in a lawsuit or other proceeding. You understand that if you file a lawsuit for retaliation by the Company for reporting a suspected violation of law, you may disclose the trade secret to your attorney and use the trade secret information in the court proceeding if you (I) file any document containing the trade secret under seal, and (II) do not disclose the trade secret, except pursuant to court order. Nothing in this Award Agreement, or any other agreement you have with the Company, is intended to conflict with 18 U.S.C. § 1833(b) or create liability for disclosures of trade secrets that are expressly allowed by such section. Further, nothing in this Award Agreement or any other agreement you have with the Company shall prohibit or restrict you from making any disclosure of information or documents to any governmental agency or legislative body, or any self-regulatory organization, in each case, without advance notice to the Company.
Permitted Disclosures. Notwithstanding Section 18.6(a) disclosures of any Confidential Information may be made by either Party (i) to the extent necessary for such Party to enforce its rights hereunder against the other Party; (ii) to the extent to which a Party is required to disclose all or part of this Agreement by a statute or by the order or rule of a Governmental Authority exercising jurisdiction over the subject matter hereof, by order, by regulations, or by other compulsory process (including deposition, subpoena, interrogatory, or request for production of documents); (iii) to the extent required by the applicable regulations of a securities or commodities exchange; (iv) to a third person in connection with a proposed sale or other transfer of a Party’s interest in this Agreement, provided such third person agrees in writing to be bound by the terms of this Section 18.6; (v) to its own directors, officers, employees, agents and representatives; (vi) to an Affiliate; (vii) to financial advisors, attorneys, and banks, provided that such Persons are subject to a confidentiality undertaking consistent with this Section 18.6(b), or (viii) except for information disclosed pursuant to Article 3 of this Agreement, to a royalty, overriding royalty, net profits or similar owner burdening Dedicated Production, provided such royalty, overriding royalty, net profits or similar owner, agrees in writing to be bound by the terms of this Section 18.6.
Permitted Disclosures. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any Party may disclose any of the Financing Terms to its current or bona fide prospective investor, employees, investment bankers, lenders, partners, accountants and attorneys, in each case only where such persons or entities are under appropriate nondisclosure obligations.
Permitted Disclosures. Nothing in this Agreement shall prohibit or restrict Executive from lawfully (i) initiating communications directly with, cooperating with, providing information to, causing information to be provided to, or otherwise assisting in an investigation by any governmental or regulatory agency, entity, or official(s) (collectively, “Governmental Authorities”) regarding a possible violation of any law; (ii) responding to any inquiry or legal process directed to Executive individually from any such Governmental Authorities; (iii) testifying, participating or otherwise assisting in an action or proceeding by any such Governmental Authorities relating to a possible violation of law; or (iv) making any other disclosures that are protected under the whistleblower provisions of any applicable law. Additionally, pursuant to the federal Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016, Executive shall not be held criminally or civilly liable under any federal or state trade secret law for the disclosure of a trade secret that: (x) is made (A) in confidence to a federal, state, or local government official, either directly or indirectly, or to an attorney; and (B) solely for the purpose of reporting or investigating a suspected violation of law; or (y) is made to Executive’s attorney in relation to a lawsuit for retaliation against Executive for reporting a suspected violation of law; or (z) is made in a complaint or other document filed in a lawsuit or other proceeding, if such filing is made under seal. Nothing in this Agreement requires Executive to obtain prior authorization from Company before engaging in any conduct described in this paragraph, or to notify Company that Executive has engaged in any such conduct.
Permitted Disclosures. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a party may disclose Confidential Information of the other party to third parties to the extent such disclosure is required by order of a court, government agency or the like having competent jurisdiction; provided that, in the event such information is required to be disclosed pursuant to this Section 12(c), the party required to make such disclosure will promptly notify the other party prior to such disclosure, will disclose only what is reasonably necessary to comply with such order, and will use reasonable efforts to cooperate with such other party to allow assertion of whatever exclusions, exemptions or confidential treatment that may be available to it under applicable law or regulation.