Proprietary System Sample Clauses

Proprietary System. The Law Firm acknowledges that Verus Online, including all enhancements thereto and all screens and formats used in connection therewith, are the exclusive proprietary property of Verus. The Law Firm agrees that it shall not publish, disclose, display, provide access to, or otherwise make available any software or any other products associated with Verus Online, or any screens, formats, reports or printouts used, provided, or produced in connection therewith, to any person or entity other than an employee or principal of the Law Firm; provided, however, that the Law Firm may publish, disclose, display, provide access to, or otherwise make available to a Claimant represented by the Law Firm any screens, formats, reports or printouts that contain information relating solely to that Claimant’s Claim.
Proprietary System. The Client acknowledges that the ETS is proprietary to GTJAFX. The Client warrants and undertakes that the Client shall not, and shall not attempt to, tamper with, modify, de-compile, reverse engineer or otherwise alter in any way, and shall not attempt to gain unauthorised access to, any part of the ETS. The Client acknowledges that GTJAFX may take legal action against the Client, if the Client at any time breaches this warranty and undertaking or if GTJAFX at any time suspects that the Client has breached the same. The Client undertakes to notify GTJAFX immediately if the Client becomes aware that any of the actions described above in this paragraph is being perpetrated by any other person.
Proprietary System. The Claimant acknowledges that Trust On-line, including all enhancements thereto and all screens and formats used in connection therewith, are the exclusive proprietary property of the Facility. The Claimant agrees that it shall not publish, disclose, display, provide access to, or otherwise make available any software or any other products associated with Trust On-line, or any screens, formats, reports or printouts used, provided, or produced in connection therewith, to any person.
Proprietary System. The Pro Se Claimant acknowledges that the DII Silica Online, including all enhancements thereto and all screens and formats used in connection therewith, are the exclusive proprietary property of DII Silica, and the Pro Se Claimant shall not publish, disclose, display, provide access to or otherwise make available any DII Silica Online or any products thereof, or any screens, formats, reports or printouts used, provided, produced from or in connection therewith, to any person or entity other than an employee or principal of the Pro Se Claimant, without the prior written consent of DII Silica, with the exception that the Pro Se Claimant may publish, disclose, display, provide access to or otherwise make available to a Claimant represented by the Pro Se Claimant any screens, reports or printouts which contain information relating solely to that Claimant’s claim.
Proprietary System. (a) Administrator may from time to time may use its own proprietary computer software products and account servicing methods and procedures ("Proprietary System") in the performance of the Claim Services. During any term of this Agreement, Administrator grants a personal, non-transferable, non- assignable, non-exclusive license to General Agent and Company to use portions of the Proprietary System as necessary for Administrator to perform the Claim Services under this Agreement. Further, no provision within this Agreement shall be interpreted as prohibiting Administrator from selling or licensing its Proprietary System to any other customer or prospective customer of Administrator.

Related to Proprietary System

  • Proprietary Materials Each of the Parties shall own its own intellectual property including without limitation all trade secrets, know-how, proprietary data, documents, and written materials in any format. Any materials created exclusively by IPS for the School shall be owned by IPS, and any materials created exclusively by Operator for the School shall be Operator’s proprietary material. The Parties acknowledge and agree that neither has any intellectual property interest or claims in the other Party’s proprietary materials. Notwithstanding the foregoing, materials and work product jointly created by the Parties shall be jointly owned by the Parties and may be used by the individual Party as may be agreed upon by both Parties from time to time.

  • Proprietary Information The Software, any data base and any proprietary data, processes, information and documentation made available to the Fund (other than which are or become part of the public domain or are legally required to be made available to the public) (collectively, the “Information”), are the exclusive and confidential property of Custodian or its suppliers. The Fund shall keep the Information confidential by using the same care and discretion that the Fund uses with respect to its own confidential property and trade secrets, but not less than reasonable care. Upon termination of the Agreement or the Software license granted herein for any reason, the Fund shall return to Custodian any and all copies of the Information which are in its possession or under its control.