Confidential Documents definition

Confidential Documents means any documents containing Confidential Information, including without limitation: (i) any documents, notes, memoranda, summaries, analyses, paper works, sketches, designs, charts, specifications, prints, compilations, or any other writings relating to Confidential Information, and any other materials embodied in drawings, floppy discs, tapes, CD ROM, hard drives, software or in any other possible way containing or relating to Confidential Information or any part thereof, whether or not prepared by Company or on its behalf, (ii) all documents received, used, or that shall be received or used, by me in relation with my employment with Company, and/or (iii) the contents of such Confidential Documents as stored in my memory.

Examples of Confidential Documents in a sentence

  • Confidential documents related to the implementation of the policy will be maintained according to relevant privacy requirements.

More Definitions of Confidential Documents

Confidential Documents mean all drafts, preparatory information, documents and any other material, together with any information contained therein, which is indicated as confidential or, would reasonably, under the circumstances, be understood to be confidential information and to which I have access, either directly or indirectly, as a result of my participation in EUnetHTA Joint Action 3 Activities. Furthermore, any records or notes made by me relating to Confidential Information or Confidential Documents shall be treated as Confidential Documents. Confidential Information and Confidential Documents shall not include information that: (a) is now or subsequently becomes generally available to the public through no fault or breach on part of the undersigned; (b) the undersigned rightfully obtains from a third party who has the right to transfer or disclose it to the undersigned without limitation. The undersigned understands that he/she may be invited to participate either directly or indirectly in certain EUnetHTA Joint Action 3 Activities and hereby undertakes:
Confidential Documents means any embodiment, in written, graphic, audio, video, electronic, or any other form or medium, which contains any Confidential Information, including any and all copies, papers, reproductions, slides and microfilms and any electronic media such as disks, tapes, other magnetic media, computer software and computer storage systems and, where this agreement calls for Confidential Documents to be destroyed, in the case of electronic media that can be permanently erased, such obligation means that such Confidential Documents shall be permanently erased. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the obligation to return or destroy Confidential Information shall not apply to Confidential Information that is maintained on routine computer system backup tapes, disks or other backup storage devices as long as such backed-up Confidential Information is not used, disclosed, or otherwise recovered from such backup devices;
Confidential Documents means and include all files, letters, memoranda, reports, records, computer disks or other computer storage medium, data, models, or any photographic or other tangible materials containing Confidential Information (as hereinafter defined), whether created by the Company, any Affiliated Entity or their clients, the Employee or any other party, and all copies, excerpts and summaries thereof which shall come into the custody or possession of the Employee.
Confidential Documents means any papers, blueprints, records, notebooks, computer disks, computer tapes, or other similar repositories containing Confidential Information, including copies thereof which have been prepared for the benefit of the Company or its employees or independent contractors, whether prepared by, its employees, independent contractors, or outside parties.
Confidential Documents as used in this Agreement shall mean any and all records or other documents, whether stored or exchanged by the parties in hard copy or electronically, that contain information that are designated by either party as Confidential Documents and qualify as “trade secrets” as defined in G.S. 66-152(3). Such documents may include, but is not limited to, business plans, business forecasts, research, financial information, customer lists, sales and merchandising efforts, marketing plans, design or engineering details and specifications Documents shall in no event qualify as Confidential Documents if: (i) their relevant contents are publicly available prior to this Agreement or becomes publicly available without a breach by the receiving party; (ii) they are subject to inspection under the public records laws of the State of North Carolina and not within an exception to disclosure, (iii) rightfully received by the receiving party from third parties without accompanying confidentiality obligations; (iv) already in the receiving party’s possession and was lawfully received from sources other than the disclosing party; (iv) independently developed by the receiving party; or (vi) approved by the disclosing party for release.