1.Definition of confidential information. The term “person” as used in this Agreement is interpreted broadly to include, but is not limited to, any corporation, limited liability company or other business entity, trust, group, partnership, association, government agency or entity, stock exchange or individual. 5.1 Definition of Confidential Information. “Confidential Information” means (a) all technical and non-technical information relating to the Company`s business and the Company`s current, future and offered products and services, including, without limitation, the Company`s innovations, the Company`s property (as defined in Section 6 (“Ownership and Return of Confidential Information and Company Property”)) and company information in connection with: Research, development, design details and specifications, financial information, procurement requirements, engineering and manufacturing information, customer lists, business forecasts, business information and marketing plans, and (b) any information that may be disclosed to the consultant and that the Company has received from other persons that the Company shall treat as confidential or proprietary. Mary Hanson notes that if the definition is too broad, it may not be enforceable. “If [the] definition is too broad or too vague, the agreement cannot be applied. This description must define the confidential information well enough to be enforceable, but not to disclose the confidential information itself. Confidential Information. “Confidential Information” means any material and non-public information disclosed on or after the effective date. Note the use of the term “observation”, which indicates the intention to include residual or derived information, which is explained below.
The clause may even attempt to cover anything that the disclosing party wants to treat as confidential, such as .B. “Confidential information is information that each party wishes to keep confidential or secret and that is made available to another party. However, this clause may be too vague to be enforceable. e. Definition of confidential information. For the purposes of this Agreement, “Confidential Information” means any information that is not generally known to the public and that belongs to the Company and that includes, without limitation, trade secrets, inventions and information relating to research, development, purchasing, marketing, sales, accounting, licensing, business systems, commercial techniques, customer lists, prospect lists, price lists, business strategies and plans, pending patentable materials and/or designs, design documentation, documentation of meetings, tests and/or test standards or manuals, whether in document, electronic, computer or other form. For example, confidential information may be included in the Company`s customer lists, in the lists of potential customers, in the special needs and requirements of customers, in the special needs and requirements of potential customers and in the identity of customers or potential customers. Information, regardless of its source, is treated as confidential information, and any information marked or marked as confidential or as a trade secret is considered confidential information. The definition of confidential information in this paragraph is not exhaustive.
From time to time, during the term of his employment, the Administrator may have access to other information that is not generally known to the public and that belongs to the Company with respect to the Company`s activities that have commercial value for the Company, such information being included in the definition of this paragraph, even if they are not expressly listed above. The definition of confidential information applies to any form in which the information, trade secrets or data in question may exist, whether written, oral or otherwise recorded or stored. One. Definition of confidential information. “Confidential Information” means exclusive and non-public information of CRRE having a commercial value of which the Member would not have been aware if the Member had not been affiliated with CRRE. Confidential information may include, but is not limited to, information stored on CRRE`s private computer network, including the “J” reader, communications contained in emails, and things that are spoken orally with the member. Scope: What is the scope of confidential information? What is included in the price? (a) Broad (all non-public)(b) Narrow (defined date)(c) Marked(d) Specific information (commercial, financial, technical) The clause may be intended to include information from third parties, such as.B. whether prepared by the disclosing party or not. 2.
Definition of Confidential Information. The scope of confidential information can be limited by limiting the scope to (i) reported information, (ii) written information, (iii) specific categories of information, (iv) information given over a certain period of time Our analysis shows that the definition of excluded items is very consistent, while the definition of information covered by the regulations is very different. Most confidentiality agreements define the term “confidential information”. We are proposing a new concept called “Protected Information” to align the term with other emerging privacy standards, such as personal and government information. The California business attorney goes on to explain, “Trying to cover up too much information by defining confidential information as `all business information` can backfire. It is important to try to identify certain information without revealing valuable information. » Id In addition to defining information with specific categories; Other examples apply to general categories such as “information that is not generally known outside [the disclosing parties] or their subsidiaries or affiliates” or “information that is not otherwise publicly available at the time of such disclosure” or “information that should be treated as confidential in the circumstances of disclosure.” Definition of confidential information. “Confidential Information” means any information, technical data or know-how (whether disclosed before or after the date of this Agreement), including, but not limited to, information relating to business plans and products or services, financial forecasts, customer lists, business forecasts, sales and merchandising, human resources, patents, patent applications, computer objects or source code, research, inventions, processes, designs, designs, engineering, marketing or finance are confidential or proprietary, or whose information would appear to a reasonable person to be confidential or proprietary in the circumstances. Confidential information does not include information, technical data or know-how that: (i) is in the possession of the advisor at the time of disclosure, as indicated in the consultant`s records and records immediately prior to the date of disclosure; or (ii) forms part of the knowledge or literature of the public, and not as a direct or indirect consequence of inaction or inappropriate action on the part of the consultant […].