Confidential Information and Trade Secrets definition

Confidential Information and Trade Secrets means information which is confidential and secret to the Company, its subsidiaries and affiliates. It may include, but is not limited to, information relating to new and future concepts and business of the Company, its subsidiaries and affiliates, in the form of memoranda, reports, computer software and data banks, customer lists, employee lists, books, records, financial statements, manuals, papers, contracts and strategic plans. As a guide, the Executive is to consider information originated, owned, controlled or possessed by the Company, its subsidiaries or affiliates which is not disclosed in printed publications stated to be available for distribution outside the Company, its subsidiaries and affiliates as being secret and confidential. In instances where doubt does or should reasonably be understood to exist in the Executive's mind as to whether information is secret and confidential to the Company, its subsidiaries and affiliates, the Executive agrees to request an opinion, in writing, from the Company.
Confidential Information and Trade Secrets includes, but is not limited to, the following information and materials:
Confidential Information and Trade Secrets shall include, but shall not be limited to:

Examples of Confidential Information and Trade Secrets in a sentence

  • Executive understands and agrees that the Confidential Information and Trade Secrets constitute valuable assets of the Company and its affiliated entities, and may not be converted to Executive’s own use.

  • All Confidential Information and Trade Secrets and all physical embodiments thereof received or developed by the Executive while employed by the Company are confidential to and are and will remain the sole and exclusive property of the Company.

  • Confidential Information and Trade Secrets can be in any form: oral, written or machine readable, including electronic files.

  • The parties agree they have attempted to limit the scope of the post-employment restrictions contained herein to the extent necessary to protect Confidential Information and Trade Secrets, client relationships and good will.

  • Confidential Information and Trade Secrets are not generally known or available to the general public, but have been developed, compiled or acquired by the Company at its great effort and expense.


More Definitions of Confidential Information and Trade Secrets

Confidential Information and Trade Secrets means all information, know how, trade secrets, processes, computer software or programs and related documentation, methods, practices, fabricated techniques, marketing plans, and other compilations of information which relate to the Business of, and are owned by the Company which were not known generally to others engaged in the Business of the Company and which the Company has taken affirmative actions to protect from public disclosure or which do not exist in the public domain. All Confidential Information and Trade Secrets relating to the Business of the Company shall remain the exclusive property of the Company unless owned by Executive.
Confidential Information and Trade Secrets may be written, verbal or recorded by electronic, magnetic or other methods, whether or not expressly identified as “Confidential” by the Company, and includes, but is not limited to, the following information and materials:
Confidential Information and Trade Secrets means all information, ideas, know how, trade secrets, processes, computer software or programs and related documentation, methods, practices, fabricated techniques, technical plans, customer lists, pricing techniques, marketing plans, financial information and all other compilations of information which relate to the Business of, and are owned by, the Company, which were not known generally to others engaged in the Business of the Company and which the Company has taken affirmative actions to protect from public disclosure or which do not exist in the public domain. Employee acknowledges that, during his term of employment with the Company, he shall have access to and become familiar with Confidential Information and Trade Secrets that are owned by the Company. Employee shall not use, in any way, or disclose any of the Confidential Information and Trade Secrets, directly or indirectly, either during the term of his employment or at anytime thereafter, except as required in the course of his employment. All files, records, documents, information, data and similar items and documentation relating to the Business of the Company, whether prepared by Employee or otherwise, coming into Employee's possession, shall remain the exclusive property of the Company unless owned by Employee. The obligations of this Section 9 are continuous and shall survive the termination of Employee's employment with the Company.
Confidential Information and Trade Secrets means all information, processes, process parameters, methods, practices, chemical and other formulae, fabrication techniques, technical plans, algorithms, computer programs and related documentation, customer lists, price lists, supplier lists, marketing plans, financial information, and all other compilations of information which relate to the business of the Company and which have not been released by the Company to the general public, but shall not include general technical and business skills and expertise which Executive has acquired or developed by reason of prior experience, and (ii) a "Business Competitive with the Company" means an enterprise which is engaged in the development or promotion of a product or service which may be reasonablely considered to compete, or have the potential to compete, in the marketplace with a product or service which the Company has been developing or promoting, or has had plans to develop or promote, at anytime during the Executive's employment hereunder.
Confidential Information and Trade Secrets means all information not generally known to the public that the Participant acquires or learns of during the course of the Participant’s employment with Vericity that relates to: (i) information with respect to costs, commissions, expirations, fees, profits, sales, markets, products and product formulae, mailing lists, strategies and plans for future business, new business, product or other development, new and innovative product ideas, potential acquisitions or divestitures, and new marketing ideas; (ii) product formulations, algorithms, system designs, site maps, information processing methodologies, software, software coding methodologies, website functionality, information security processes, business methods, procedures, devices, machines, equipment, data processing programs, software computer models, research projects, system customizations, program implementation plans, and other information and means used by Vericity in the conduct of its business; (iii) the identity of Vericity’s customers and product end users, their names and addresses, the names of representatives of Vericity’s customers responsible for entering into contracts with Vericity, the amounts paid by such customers to Vericity, specific customer needs and requirements, and leads and referrals to prospective customers; and (iv) the identity and number of Vericity’s employees, their salaries, bonuses, benefits, qualifications and abilities; all of which information the Participant acknowledges and agrees has been developed, compiled or acquired by Vericity at its great effort and expense. Confidential Information and Trade Secrets can be in any form: oral, written or machine readable, including electronic files.
Confidential Information and Trade Secrets means all information or compilation of information pertaining to the Company or its customers, suppliers, or vendors, which the Company considers or treats as confidential (whether or not such information satisfies the definition of a “trade secret” under applicable law) and which the Employee creates, learns, and/or has access to in the course of performing duties for the Company. Examples of Confidential Information and Trade Secrets include but are not limited to:
Confidential Information and Trade Secrets means all information, ideas, know how, trade secrets, processes, computer code generated or developed, software or programs and related documentation, methods, practices, fabricated techniques, technical plans, customer lists, pricing techniques, marketing plans, financial information and all other compilations of information which relate to the business of, and are owned by, the Company, which were not known generally to others engaged in the Business of the Company and which the Company has taken affirmative actions to protect from public disclosure or which do not exist in the public domain, including specifically the terms and existence of this Agreement. Employee acknowledges that, during his term of employment with the Company, he shall have access to and become familiar with Confidential Information and Trade Secrets that are owned by the Company. Further, the Company agrees to provide Employee with some or all of the Company’s Confidential Information and Trade Secrets of which Employee has not previously had access and of which Employee has not had previous knowledge. In exchange for the Company’s promise to provide Employee with Confidential Information and Trade Secrets during the term of this Agreement, Employee agrees not to use, in any way, or disclose any of the Confidential Information and Trade Secrets, directly or indirectly, either during the term of his employment or at any time thereafter, except as required in the course of his employment. All computer code, programs, files, records, documents, information, data and similar items and documentation relating to the business of the Company, whether prepared by Employee or otherwise, coming into Employees possession, shall remain the exclusive property of the Company unless owned by Employee. The obligations of this Section 10 are continuous and shall survive the termination of Employee’s employment with the Company.