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Confidentiality clause—mutual—using in-clause definitions
has the meaning given to it in clause 1.1;
has the meaning given to it in clause 1.3.4;
In this [Agreement OR clause 1], Confidential Information means all information of a confidential nature (in whatever form) which relates to the Purpose and is disclosed by either party (Discloser)[, or their officers, directors, members, partners, employees, consultants, agents or professional advisers (Authorised Persons)] to the other party (whether directly or indirectly) (Recipient) [or to the Recipient’s Authorised Persons] and includes:
any know-how, trade secrets, financial, commercial, technical, tactical or strategic information of any kind;
all information produced or developed in the performance of this Agreement;
all information agreed to be, or marked as, confidential;
the information specified in Schedule [insert Schedule number];
any information the Recipient [or its Authorised Persons] knows, or could reasonably be expected to know, is confidential[; and OR .]
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