Know Sample Clauses

Know. How shall mean any and all confidential or proprietary information and materials, including discoveries, improvements, processes, methods, protocols, formulas, molecular constructs, reagents, assays, data, results, inventions, trade secrets, compositions of matter (including compounds), formulations, and findings, in each case, patentable or otherwise, and including any copyrights therein.
Know. How Unpatented technical and other information or materials which are not in the public domain including information comprising or relating to discoveries, inventions, data, designs, structure, component, methods, models, assays, research plans, procedures, designs for experiments and tests and results of experimentation and testing, biomarkers, processes (including manufacturing processes, specifications and techniques), laboratory records, biological, toxicological, clinical, analytical and quality control data, trial data, data analyses, reports or summaries and information contained in submissions to and information from the regulatory authorities. The fact that an item is known to the public shall not be taken to exclude the possibility that a compilation including the item, and/or a development relating to the item, is (and remains) not known to the public.
Know. How shall mean the engineering, design, and operational techniques possessed by NSH and its subsidiaries relating to the specifications (including specifications for the ingredients needed for the growing of aquatic species), design, construction, and operational performance of the Shrimp Technology, which are applicable within the field of aquaculture and self-contained eco-systems for the growing and marketing of shrimp, including hatcheries. The Know-How shall specifically include, but not be limited to Facility Construction Manuals, Facility Operational Manuals, and any local, state or federal governmental Rights or permits held, or hereinafter acquired. Know-How shall also include any information obtained by NSH and its subsidiaries through advisory personnel concerning the specifications, design, construction, and operational performance of the Shrimp Technology. All manuals and all other documents developed by NSH and its subsidiaries, being part of the Know-How, must be created, maintained and revised according to such system. Know-How shall also mean any publicity material developed by NSH and its subsidiaries concerning the marketing, sale and/or distribution of the Shrimp.

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Trade Secrets With respect to each Trade Secret, the documentation relating to such Trade Secret is current, accurate, and sufficient in detail and content to identify and explain it and to allow its full and proper use without reliance on the knowledge or memory of any individual. The Company has taken all reasonable precautions to protect the secrecy, confidentiality, and value of its Trade Secrets. The Company has good title and an absolute (but not necessarily exclusive) right to use the Trade Secrets. The Trade Secrets are not part of the public knowledge or literature, and, to the Company’s knowledge, have not been used, divulged, or appropriated either for the benefit of any Person (other the Company) or to the detriment of the Company. No Trade Secret is subject to any adverse claim or has been challenged or threatened in any way.
Technical Information The Employer agrees to provide to the Union such information that is available relating to employees in the bargaining unit, as may be required by the Union for collective bargaining purposes.
Trade Secrets of Others It is the understanding of both the Company and Executive that Executive shall not divulge to the Company and/or its subsidiaries any confidential information or trade secrets belonging to others, including Executive’s former employers, nor shall the Company and/or its Affiliates seek to elicit from Executive any such information. Consistent with the foregoing, Executive shall not provide to the Company and/or its Affiliates, and the Company and/or its Affiliates shall not request, any documents or copies of documents containing such information.
Inventions Executive shall disclose promptly to the Company any and all significant conceptions and ideas for inventions, improvements and valuable discoveries, whether patentable or not, which are conceived or made by Executive, solely or jointly with another, during the period of employment or within one (1) year thereafter, and which are directly related to the business or activities of the Company and which Executive conceives as a result of his employment by the Company. Executive hereby assigns and agrees to assign all his interests therein to the Company or its nominee. Whenever requested to do so by the Company, Executive shall execute any and all applications, assignments or other instruments that the Company shall deem necessary to apply for and obtain Letters Patent of the United States or any foreign country or to otherwise protect the Company's interest therein.
Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights 24.1 Canon will indemnify You against any final judgement, award or settlement made against You in respect of any Canon Materials suspected or alleged to infringe a third party’s New Zealand IPRs, subject to You:
Patentable Inventions or Discoveries Any inventions or discoveries developed in the course, or as a result, of services in connection with the Contract that are patentable pursuant to 35 U.S.C. § 101 are the sole property of the State of Florida. Contractor must inform the Customer of any inventions or discoveries developed or made through performance of the Contract, and such inventions or discoveries will be referred to the Florida Department of State for a determination on whether patent protection will be sought. The State of Florida will be the sole owner of all patents resulting from any invention or discovery made through performance of the Contract.
Trade Secrets and Confidential Information The Executive represents and warrants that: (i) the Executive is not subject to any legal or contractual duty or agreement that would prevent or prohibit the Executive from performing the Executive’s Duties for the Company or otherwise complying with this Agreement, and (ii) the Executive is not in breach of any legal or contractual duty or agreement, including any agreement concerning trade secrets or confidential information owned by any other party. The Executive agrees that the Executive will not: (1) use, disclose, or reverse engineer the Trade Secrets or the Confidential Information for any purpose other than the Company’s Business, except as authorized in writing by the Company; (2) during the Executive’s employment with the Company, use, disclose, or reverse engineer (a) any confidential information or trade secrets of any former employer or third party, or (b) any works of authorship developed in whole or in part by the Executive during any former employment or for any other party, unless authorized in writing by the former employer or third party; or (3) upon the Executive’s resignation or termination (a) retain Trade Secrets or Confidential Information, including any copies existing in any form (including electronic form), which are in the Executive’s possession or control, or (b) destroy, delete, or alter the Trade Secrets or Confidential Information without the Company’s written consent. The obligations under this subsection A shall: (I) with regard to the Trade Secrets, remain in effect as long as the information constitutes a trade secret under applicable law, and (II) with regard to the Confidential Information, remain in effect during the Restricted Period. The confidentiality, property, and proprietary rights protections available in this Agreement are in addition to, and not exclusive of, any and all other rights to which the Company is entitled under federal and state law, including, but not limited to, rights provided under copyright laws, trade secret and confidential information laws, and laws concerning fiduciary duties.
Medical Information It will be the responsibility of the Employee returning to work to provide the Employer with medical evidence of the limitations associated with the disability. The procedure to determine that an Employee is fit to perform the duties of his/her job or modified work must be made in such a way as to protect the confidentiality of the Employee’s medical information, which shall be limited to:
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Trade Secret The term “Trade Secret” for purposes of this Agreement shall mean information, including, but not limited to, technical or nontechnical data, a formula, a pattern, a compilation, a program, a device, a method, a technique, a drawing, a process, financial data, financial plans, product plans, or a list of actual or potential customers or suppliers that: