2) definition of confidential information. “confidential information”: any information that the party that has received makes available to the receiving party in connection with this agreement, including, but not limited to: all requests for proposals submitted in connection with this agreement; All technical and non-technical data; Formulas; Model; Compilations; Programs Software Devices; Methods Techniques designs; Drawings; Process Business practices Lists of potential customers and contact information Copyright, trademarks or other intellectual property rights; Plans or proposals Financial information Information about actual or potential customers or suppliers Distribution and marketing information Training and operating materials prices and other financial information relating to the transactions or business of the party disclosing it. 17. Full agreement. This agreement is the result of both parties and constitutes the whole agreement between these parties with respect to the purpose of this agreement and brings together all negotiations and draft negotiations and drafts of these parties with respect to the operations under that agreement. All other written or oral agreements between the parties with respect to these transactions are expressly terminated. 9. Independent contractors; No obligation. The contracting parties are independent contractors and neither party should be construed as representing Company A and Company B as partners, joint ventures, co-owners or other parties to a joint or joint venture.
No party may incur debts or make commitments to the other party under this agreement. No provision in this agreement should be construed as requiring a party to enter into an agreement or to enter into transactions with the other party or to acquire, transfer or transfer technologies, services or products as a result of the implementation of that agreement. Depending on the organization of the party, it may be necessary to develop guidelines regarding the retention of documents for employees who handle the confidential information contained in this agreement and all labour law products derived from that information. A lawyer can help you determine if your company`s existing guidelines are adequate and develop an approach to address specific problems. The recipient must be careful to ensure that, even in this case, he has no fees to protect confidential information. Assuming that persons who are not already required to keep the information confidential come into contact with that information, it may be desirable to require all persons to sign a separate written confidentiality agreement. 11. Corrective measures; Compensation.
Each contracting party agrees that its obligations under this agreement are necessary and proportionate to protect the revealing party and its activities.