This excerpt taken from the NABI 10-K filed Mar 15, 2007.
8.4 Intellectual Property.
(a) Non-Disclosure. The Seller acknowledges that in the course of owning and operating the PhosLo Business, the Seller has been privy to various proprietary information of the PhosLo Business that is of value to the Buyer. Until [*******] after the Closing Date, the Seller agrees not to use or to disclose to any Person any confidential information or trade secrets relating to the PhosLo Business or the PhosLo Products, including confidential information and/or trade secrets regarding: the identity and relationships of Employees or of distributors or vendors, financial data, including pricing information and information regarding the compensation of Employees and independent contractors; Scientific Data; Intangible Property Rights; regulatory approval, reimbursement, and market expansion strategies; marketing and sales programs and data; and operations and other manuals. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Seller may use or disclose such information that is or becomes generally known through no fault of the Seller or to the extent that such use or disclosure is reasonably required in connection with or pursuant to (i) an Order or Legal Requirement, (ii) any investigation or audit by a Governmental Authority, including the Internal Revenue Service or CMS, (iii) the filing of any Tax Returns, (iv) any billing activities related to the PhosLo Business, or (v) the Transition Services Agreement. In all such cases, the Seller shall disclose such confidential information only to the extent reasonably required to fulfill such purpose or Legal Requirement or Order. If the Seller becomes legally compelled to disclose any such confidential information, the Seller shall (to the extent permitted by Legal Requirements) promptly notify the Buyer of such fact so that the Buyer may seek an appropriate remedy to prevent such production, and request the person demanding such production to allow the Buyer a reasonable period of time to seek such remedy.
(b) Trade Names and Marks. Following the Closing Date, the Seller shall not, display, publish or otherwise use the phrase PhosLo (alone or in combination with other phrases) or any phrase confusingly similar to PhosLo, as a trade name or Mark in connection with any other business.
This excerpt taken from the NABI 8-K filed Feb 15, 2005.