Protected Information

Example Definitions of "Protected Information"
Protected Information. The term "Protected Information" shall mean trade secrets, confidential and proprietary business information of the Company and its Subsidiaries, and any other information of the Company and its Subsidiaries, including, but not limited to, customer lists (including potential customers), sources of supply, processes, plans, materials, pricing information, internal memoranda, marketing plans, internal policies, and products and services which may be developed from time to time by the Company and... its Subsidiaries and their respective agents or employees, including the Participant; provided, however, that information that is in the public domain (other than as a result of a breach of this Agreement), approved for release by the Company or a Subsidiary or lawfully obtained from third parties who are not bound by a confidentiality agreement with the Company or such Subsidiary, is not Protected Information. View More
Protected Information. Any and all nonpublic information, confidential information, proprietary information, trade secrets, or other sensitive information (whether in oral, written, electronic, or any other form) concerning any member of the Verso Group and/or any of their respective agents, consultants, contractors, directors, employees, fiduciaries, investors, potential investors, members, officers, partners, principals, and representatives, that (a) Verso takes reasonable measures to maintain in secrecy, (b) is... required to be maintained as confidential under governing law or regulation or under an agreement with any third parties, (c) would otherwise appear to a reasonable person to be confidential or proprietary, and/or (d) pertains in any manner to Verso's business, including but not limited to: Research and Development (as defined below); customers or prospective customers, targeted national accounts, or strategies or data for identifying and satisfying their needs; present or prospective business relationships; present, short term, or long term strategic plans; acquisition candidates; plans for corporate restructuring; products under consideration or development; cost, margin or profit information; data from which any of the foregoing types of information could be derived; human resources (including compensation information and internal evaluations of the performance, capability and potential of Verso employees); business methods, data bases and computer programs. The fact that individual elements of the information that constitutes Protected Information may be generally known does not prevent an integrated compilation of information, whether or not reduced to writing, from being Protected Information if that integrated whole is not generally known. View More
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