Proprietary Property definition

Proprietary Property. The term "Proprietary Property" is collectively and severally defined as any written or tangible property owned or used by Company in connection with Company's business, whether or not such property also qualifies as Confidential Information. Proprietary Property shall be broadly defined and shall include, by way of example and not limitation, products, samples, equipment, files, lists, books, notebooks, records, documents, memoranda, reports, patterns, schematics, compilations, designs, drawings, data, test results, contracts, agreements, literature, correspondence, spread sheets, computer programs and software, computer print outs, other written and graphic records, and the like, whether originals, copies, duplicates or summaries thereof, affecting or relating to the business of Company, financial statements, budgets, projections, invoices.
Proprietary Property means, without limitation, documents, Operating Procedures (hereinafter defined), materials and other information that are furnished by ICM to OWNER in connection with the Purpose, whether orally, visually, in writing, or by any other means, whether tangible or intangible, directly or indirectly (including, without limitation, through Xxxxx) and in whatever form or medium including, without limitation, the design, arrangement, configuration, and specifications of (i) the combinations of distillation, evaporation, and alcohol dehydration equipment (including, but not limited to, pumps, vessels, tanks, heat exchangers, piping, valves and associated electronic control equipment) and all documents supporting those combinations; (ii) the combination of the distillers grain drying (DGD), and heat recovery steam generation (HRSG) equipment (including, but not limited to, pumps, vessels, tanks, heat exchangers, piping and associated electronic control equipment) and all documents supporting those combinations; and (iii) the computer system, known as the distributed control system (DCS and/or PLC) (including, but not limited to, the software configuration, programming, parameters, set points, alarm points, ranges, graphical interface, and system hardware connections) and all documents supporting that system. The “Operating Procedures” means, without limitation, the process equipment and specifications manuals, standards of quality, service protocols, data collection methods, construction specifications, training methods, engineering standards and any other information prescribed by ICM from time to time concerning the Purpose. Proprietary Property shall not include any information or materials that OWNER can demonstrate by clear and convincing written evidence: (i) was lawfully in the possession of OWNER prior to disclosure by ICM or Xxxxx; (ii) was in the public domain prior to disclosure by ICM or Xxxxx; (iii) was disclosed to OWNER by a third party other than Xxxxx having the legal right to possess and disclose such information or materials; or (iv) after disclosure by ICM or Xxxxx comes into the public domain through no fault of OWNER or its members, directors, officers, employees, agents, contractors, consultants or other representatives (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Representatives”). Information and materials shall not be deemed to be in the public domain merely because such information is embraced by more general disclosures in the public domain...
Proprietary Property means any property, including, but not limited to, Intellectual Property Rights, records, forms, trade literature, newsletters, market reports, articles, computer software and any reproduced copies or negatives thereof, and any Proprietary Information or such other information reflected or contained therein, provided and furnished by the Company or otherwise obtained by the Partner during the relationship created by this Agreement.

Examples of Proprietary Property in a sentence

  • Each Related Client shall maintain the confidentiality of all Proprietary Property of ExED and shall not divulge such information to any third parties both during the term of this SC Agreement and after its termination except (i) as may be necessary for the discharge of its obligations under this SC Agreement, and (ii) as required by law.

  • Upon termination of this SC Agreement for any reason, each Related Client shall cease all use of Proprietary Property of ExED and shall return to ExED all manifestations and copies thereof in Related Client’s possession or control.

  • ExED shall provide Related Clients a non-exclusive, non-assignable license to use the Proprietary Property of ExED solely for Related Client operations, at no additional cost, during the term of this SC Agreement.

  • Each Related Client shall not directly or indirectly, without the express prior written permission of ExED, use the Proprietary Property of ExED for any purpose except to the limited extent necessary for the conduct of its operations in accordance with this SC Agreement.

  • Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to grant Affiliate any ownership or beneficial interest in the KO Products and Services, or in the Proprietary Property.


More Definitions of Proprietary Property

Proprietary Property means all modeling algorithms, tools, computer programs, know-how, methodologies, processes, technologies, ideas, concepts, skills, routines, subroutines, operating instructions and other materials and aides used by Manager in performing its duties set forth in this Agreement that relate to management advice, services and techniques regarding current and potential Projects, and all modifications, enhancements and derivative works of the foregoing.
Proprietary Property means proprietary technical information not generally known in the Company's industry and which is disclosed to Employee or known or developed by Employee as a consequence of or through his employment with the Company.
Proprietary Property. As defined in Section 6.0.
Proprietary Property means inventions, discoveries, improvements and ideas, whether patentable or not, made solely by the Employee or jointly with others, which relate to the Company's business, including any of its products, services, processes, technology, research, product development, marketing programs, manufacturing operations, or engineering activities.
Proprietary Property means designs, specifications, ideas, formulas, discoveries, inventions, improvements, innovations, concepts and other developments, trade secrets, techniques, methods, know-how, technical and non-technical data, works of authorship, computer programs, computer algorithms, computer architecture, mathematical models, drawings, trademarks, copyrights, customer lists, marketing plans, and all other matters which are legally protectable or recognized as forms of property, whether or not patentable or reduced to practice or to a writing.
Proprietary Property means, without limitation, documents, Operating Procedures (hereinafter defined), materials and other information that are furnished by ICM to OWNER, whether directly or indirectly through Xxxxx, in connection with the Purpose including, without limitation, the design, arrangement, configuration, and specifications of (i) the combinations of distillation, evaporation, and alcohol dehydration equipment (including, but not limited to, pumps, vessels, tanks, heat exchangers, piping, valves and associated electronic control equipment) and all documents supporting those combinations; (ii) the combination of the distillers grain drying (DGD), and heat recovery steam generation (HRSG) equipment (including, but not limited to, pumps, vessels, tanks, heat exchangers, piping and associated electronic control equipment) and all documents supporting those combinations; and (iii) the computer system, known as the distributed control system (DCS and/or PLC) (including, but not limited to, the software configuration, programming, parameters, set points, alarm points, ranges, graphical interface, and system hardware Green Plains Renewable Energy, Inc. January 13, 2006
Proprietary Property means and include all Patent Rights described in Exhibit 1 hereto and Know-How;