Business Confidential Information definition

Business Confidential Information or "BCI" means any business information regardless of whether contained in a document provided by a public or private body that a Party or Third Party has "Designated as BCI" because it is not otherwise available in the public domain and its disclosure could, in the Party's or Third Party's view, cause harm to the originators of the information. Each Party and Third Party shall act in good faith and exercise restraint in designating information as BCI, and will endeavour to designate information as BCI only if its disclosure would cause harm to the originators of the information.
Business Confidential Information has the meaning set forth in Section 10.5(a).
Business Confidential Information means information containing know-how, trade secrets, or technical, commercial or financial information, which:

Examples of Business Confidential Information in a sentence

  • The first page or cover of the document shall state "Contains business confidential information on pages xxxxxx", and each page of the document shall contain the notice "Contains Business Confidential Information" at the top of the page.

  • In addition, where applicable, the label of the storage medium shall be clearly marked with the statement "Business Confidential Information" or "BCI".

  • The WTO Secretariat, assisting the Panel, was required, by the Panel Procedures, to "transmit any printed or binary-encoded Business Confidential information, plus all tapes and transcripts of the panel hearings that contain Business Confidential Information, to the Appellate Body as part of the record of the Panel proceedings." That information will be kept in a secure, locked cabinet in the Appellate Body Secretariat.

  • Where BCI is submitted in electronic format, the file name shall include the terms "Business Confidential Information" or "BCI".

  • The first page or cover of the document shall state "Contains Business Confidential Information", and each page of the document shall contain the notice "Contains Business Confidential Information" at the top of the page.


More Definitions of Business Confidential Information

Business Confidential Information shall have the meaning set forth in Section 11.3(b).
Business Confidential Information means all information, knowledge or data related to the operation of the Business or the Company that is not in the public domain or otherwise publicly available, other than as a result of any action or inaction by a Seller, or that has been treated as confidential by the Company.
Business Confidential Information means confidential or proprietary information or confidential documents relating to the Telematics Hardware Business or the Purchased Assets, including proprietary information relating to the Products, the Roadmap Products, confidential records, computer software programs, terms of Transferred Contracts, the Purchased Intellectual Property, pricing information, marketing information, sales techniques, business organization, personnel, business activities, customers, and financial information or prospects of the Telematics Hardware Business, in any form, including printed, written, oral, visual, electronic or software. In the event that any Seller is requested or required (by oral question or request for information or documents in any legal proceeding, interrogatory, subpoena, civil investigative demand, or similar process) to disclose any Business Confidential Information, such Seller shall notify Purchaser of the request or requirement so that Purchaser may seek an appropriate protective order or waive compliance with the provisions of this Section 5.9. If, in the absence of a protective order or the receipt of a waiver hereunder at the time such disclosure is requested or required to be made, such Seller believes in good faith, after consulting with counsel, that it is legally compelled to disclose any such Business Confidential Information, such Seller may disclose only that portion of the Business Confidential Information that it is legally compelled to disclose, as advised by counsel, provided, however, that such Seller shall use its commercially reasonable efforts to obtain an Order or other assurance that confidential treatment will be accorded to such portion of such Business Confidential Information required to be disclosed. The prohibitions against disclosure of Business Confidential Information recited herein are in addition to, and not in lieu of, any rights or remedies that Purchaser may have available pursuant to the Laws of any jurisdiction or at common Law to prevent the disclosure of trade secrets or proprietary information, and the enforcement by Purchaser of its rights and remedies pursuant to this Agreement shall not be construed as a waiver of any other rights or available remedies that it may possess in law or equity absent this Agreement. The following information does not constitute “Business Confidential Information”: information that (a) is generally available to the public other than as a result of a disclosure by any Seller; or...
Business Confidential Information means all information that relates to the Purchased Assets, the Acquired Company or the Assumed Liabilities, other than any such information that (A) is available to the public on the Closing Date, or thereafter becomes available to the public other than as a result of a breach of this Section 6.12(a); (B) is disclosed by any Buyer to a third party without an obligation of confidence; (C) is developed by any Seller independently of the Business; or (D) is received by any Seller after the Closing Date from a third party without any obligation of confidence.
Business Confidential Information has the meaning set forth in Section 6.5(i).
Business Confidential Information has the meaning set forth in Section 5.04(a).
Business Confidential Information consists of all information, knowledge or data related to the operation of the Business or the Company that is not in the public domain or otherwise publicly available which has been treated as confidential by the Company. Information that enters the public domain or is or becomes publicly available loses its confidential status hereunder so long as Sellers, directly or indirectly, do not improperly cause such information to enter the public domain.