Define:

Business Contacts

The meaning of “

Business Contacts

” differs based on where it is used. We list many below, then combine them into one or more market-standard definitions.

How is Business Contacts defined in a legal contract?

  • Business Contacts means details such as names, contact information or any other information relevant to individuals, advertisers, suppliers, vendors, independent contractors, brokers, partners, employees, entities, patrons or customers. This excludes [organization]'s Trade Secrets which are protected from disclosure in accordance with [clause] above. It includes those who, during employment by [organization], an Employee has tried in any manner, directly or indirectly, to contact or was reasonably expected to contact within [number] of an Employee’s last day of employment at [organization], or those with whom an Employee attempted to work. Seen in 36 SEC filings
  • Business Contacts means any of the [organization]'s clients, customers, suppliers, joint venture partners and investors. For the purposes of this agreement, ""Proprietary Information"" does not include information that is available in the public domain through no fault of or violation of this agreement by the Executive. Seen in 5 SEC filings
  • Business Contacts means customers, clients, lenders, suppliers, service providers, manufacturers, agents, distributors, joint-venture participants of [organization] at any time; Business Plan refers to the business plan of [organization] in accordance with [schedule]. Seen in 1 SEC filing

Note: The Genie AI Legal Assistant pulled this data out of the SEC EDGAR Database of 500,000 records from the past 22 years of filings. We regularly update this page as new filings and definitions come in.

Search EDGAR for 'Definitions of business contacts' yourself to verify these results. We are always keen to point people to source documents.

Which definition should you use?

🤔 Our AI Legal Assistant has combined and improved the above descriptions to create market-standard 'Genie definitions' below, with guidance on which documents and which industry to use for each.

Genie Definition 1

  • Business Contacts means any pertinent information relating to clients, customers, suppliers, joint-venture partners, investors and employees an organization interacts with, excluding protected information such as trade secrets.

Relevant Contract Type

Relevant Circumstances

  • Initiation of a new business project or partnership.
  • Employee too big to fail.
  • Setting up of a venture between two existing businesses.
  • Formation of agreement between an organisation and an investor.

Relevant Sectors

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Business Contacts

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Business Contacts means any pertinent information relating to clients, customers, suppliers, joint-venture partners, investors and employees an organization interacts with, excluding protected information such as trade secrets.

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