Proprietary and Confidential Information definition

Proprietary and Confidential Information means trade secrets, confidential knowledge, data or any other proprietary or confidential information of the Company or any of its affiliates, or of any customers, members, employees or directors of any of such entities, but shall not include any information that (i) was publicly known and made generally available in the public domain prior to the time of disclosure to Executive by the Company or (ii) becomes publicly known and made generally available after disclosure to Executive by the Company other than as a result of a disclosure by Executive in violation of this Agreement. By way of illustration but not limitation, “Proprietary and Confidential Information” includes: (i) trade secrets, documents, memoranda, reports, files, correspondence, lists and other written and graphic records affecting or relating to any such entity’s business; (ii) confidential marketing information including without limitation marketing strategies, customer and client names and requirements, services, prices, margins and costs; (iii) confidential financial information; (iv) personnel information (including without limitation employee compensation); and (v) other confidential business information.
Proprietary and Confidential Information means, but is not limited to, all information which is known or intended to be known only to Client, its subsidiaries and affiliates, and their employees, including any document, record, financial or other information of Client, or others in a confidential relationship with Client, and further relates to specific business matters such as the Client’s financial information, identity of clients and patients, policies and procedures, fee structures, trade secrets, proprietary know-how, account information, and other information relating to other business of Client, its subsidiaries and affiliates, and their employees. Consultant agrees not to remove from the premises of Client except as necessary for Consultant to perform services in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, any document, record, or other information of Client or its affiliates. Consultant agrees to return or destroy, immediately upon termination of Consultant’s services hereunder, any and all documentation relating to Proprietary and Confidential Information of Client and of others that is in the possession of Consultant, in whatever format it may be maintained, whether provided to, or developed by, Consultant, and to provide a certificate of destruction if required by Client. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the restrictions contained in this Section 6 shall not apply to any Proprietary and Confidential Information that (i) is a matter of public knowledge or prior personal knowledge (from a source other than a party to this Agreement or its affiliate), (ii) is independently developed by a person not a party to this Agreement without the use, directly or indirectly, of Proprietary and Confidential Information, or (iii) is required by law or the order of any court or governmental agency, or in any litigation or similar proceeding to be disclosed; provided that the disclosing party shall, prior to making any such required disclosure, notify the other party with sufficient notice to permit that party to seek an appropriate protective order.
Proprietary and Confidential Information is defined as all information and any idea in whatever form, tangible or intangible, of a confidential or secret nature that pertains in any manner to the business of ServiceSource. As used herein, the term “Confidential Information” shall include any and all non-public information relating to ServiceSource or its business, operations, financial affairs, performance, assets, technology, research and development, processes, products, contracts, customers, licensees, sublicensees, suppliers, personnel, plans or prospects, whether or not in written form and whether or not expressly designated as confidential, including (without limitation) any such information consisting of or otherwise relating to trade secrets, know-how, technology (including software and programs), designs, drawings, photographs, samples, processes, license or sublicense arrangements, formulae, proposals, product specifications, customer lists or preferences, pricing lists, referral sources, marketing or sales techniques or plans, operating manuals, service manuals, financial information or projections, lists of suppliers or distributors or sources of supply. Proprietary and Confidential Information shall include both information developed by Employee for ServiceSource and information Employee obtained while in ServiceSource’s employment. All Proprietary and Confidential Information, whether created by Employee or other employees, shall remain the property of ServiceSource.

Examples of Proprietary and Confidential Information in a sentence

  • KentuckyOne and University Proprietary and Confidential Information and all copies and modifications thereof are the property of KentuckyOne and University respectively.

  • Each Party acknowledges that the Proprietary and Confidential Information of each other Party constitutes valuable assets and trade secrets of the owning Party.

  • Please refer to the County’s website at Alameda County Proprietary and Confidential Information Policies [].For the proposals to be considered complete, the Bidder must provide responses to all information requested in Exhibit A – Bid Response Packet, as revised by any Addenda.

  • Upon expiration or other termination of this Agreement, for any reason, each Party shall promptly return all Proprietary and Confidential Information to the owner of such Proprietary and Confidential Information.

  • Submit one (1) signed, original executed proposal response in an un-redacted electronic format on a flash drive and, if needed, one (1) redacted electronic (Proprietary and Confidential Information Excluded) copy of your proposal on the same flash drive simultaneously to the address identified in the table above.

More Definitions of Proprietary and Confidential Information

Proprietary and Confidential Information means any and all non-public information or data in any form or medium, tangible or intangible, which has commercial value and which the Employer Group possesses or to which the Employer Group has rights. Proprietary and Confidential Information includes, by way of example and without limitation, information concerning the Employer Group’s specific manner of doing business, including, but not limited to, the processes, methods or techniques utilized by the Employer Group, the Employer Group’s customers, marketing strategies and plans, pricing information, sources of supply and material specifications, the Employer Group’s computer programs, system documentation, special hardware, related software development, and the Employer Group’s business models, manuals, formulations, equipment, compositions, configurations, know-how, ideas, improvements and inventions. Proprietary and Confidential Information also includes information developed by Employee during his course of employment with Employer or otherwise relating to Company-Related Inventions and Developments, as hereinafter defined, as well as other information to which he may be given access to in connection with his employment.
Proprietary and Confidential Information means all of the data, documents, materials, information and ideas of Hastings, including, without limitation: any and all applicant and employee records and information, customer and vendor records and information, operation methods and information, marketing information and strategies, accounting and financial information, internal publications and memoranda, goodwill, this Agreement and its contents, computer systems, software, and other matters considered proprietary or confidential by Hastings. Proprietary and Confidential Information shall not include: (i) any information or material that Berman can establish has become publicly available; (ii) any information or material required to be disclosed by order of a court of competent jurisdiction; or (iii) any otherwise confidential information or material that Hastings’ Board of Directors allows to be disclosed by Berman, as evidenced by the Board’s written consent for such disclosure.
Proprietary and Confidential Information means any and all information, whether written or oral, regarding the parties’ customers, the content of any Direct Debit Request, prospective customers, policies and procedures, operations, systems, and future business plans. This information includes but is not limited to technical , developmental, marketing, sales, operating, performance, cost know-how, computer software and database programming techniques, and any record nearing, containing or disclosing such information and techniques, which is disclosed pursuant to this agreement. The term “proprietary and confidential information” shall also include any confidential information of the parties that was received before the date of this agreement. In consideration of each Party supplying the other with Proprietary and Confidential information, whether directly or through its representatives, and/or advisors or otherwise, in oral or documentary form, each party agrees that it will treat as confidential all such information which is disclosed to it by the other Party. The Material shall not be used by either Party other than directly for the purpose of meeting their obligations under this Agreement. Either party may only disclose material, to the extent described in clause 16 above, to such of its employees and advisors who need to know the information and who are informed of the confidential nature of such information and who agree to be bound by the terms of this clause 16 as if a Party to this Agreement. Either Party shall procure absolute compliance of the confidentiality obligations in this Agreement by such employees and advisors. Each party shall abide by iinvoice’s Privacy Policy when dealing with the personal information of customers, which policy may be found at URL www. The obligations on the parties imposed by this clause 16 shall survive termination of this Agreement.
Proprietary and Confidential Information means all information in any form which is proprietary and confidential to the Company, its Products or its business, whether received, obtained or compiled by SeraCare after the date hereof and whether or not designated as such when received or obtained by SeraCare, and shall include, but not be limited to, the following types of information: (i) corporate information, including contractual arrangements (including the terms of this Agreement), plans, strategies, tactics, policies and resolutions; (ii) any litigation or negotiations; (iii) marketing information of the Company, including price lists, sales or product plans, strategies or methods: (iv) market research data of the Company, including any prepared by SeraCare in performing hereunder; (v) financial information of the Company, including cost and performance data, debt arrangement, equity structure, investors, and holdings; (vi) operational information of the Company, including trade secrets, control and inspection practices, suppliers and vendors, all information related to products and products lines, formulas, formulations, processes, and know-how or any copyrights, patents or other intellectual properties utilized by the Company; (vii) personnel information of the Company, including personnel lists, resumes, personal data, organizational structure and performance evaluations; (viii) information provided to or obtained in any way by the Company under restrictions as to use, reproduction or further disclosure; and (ix) information provided to or obtained in any way by the Company regarding another person, corporation or other form of entity which owns or controls the Company, or which is owned or controlled by the Company or under common control with the Company (collectively, the "Affiliates"), and which information is proprietary and confidential to the Affiliates (which information is hereby deemed to include, without limitation, all of the types of information described in this subparagraph (b)). Notwithstanding this subparagraph 14.(b), any information (i) which is or becomes available in the public domain through no unlawful or other wrongful act of SeraCare, or (ii) which is publicly announced by the Company or generally made available by the Company to other parties, shall be excluded from the definition of Proprietary and Confidential Information referenced herein.