invoice, Contractor may impose a finance charge of 1.0% monthly, applied to the outstanding balance due. If any portion of an invoice is disputed, then Client shall pay the undisputed amounts as set forth in the preceding sentence and shall provide Contractor with written notice setting forth the basis of the disputed invoice. The Parties shall use good faith efforts to reconcile the disputed amount as soon as practicable. If it is ultimately determined that the disputed amount should not have been paid by Client, Contractor shall refund the amount being due to Client.
3. Expenses. Client shall reimburse Contractor for all reasonable expenses actually incurred by Contractor in performing the Services, including shipping, postage, federal express, supplies, copying and other printing as long as such expenses are reasonable and necessary and are set forth in a Work Order. Contractor shall maintain adequate books and records relating to any expenses to be reimbursed and shall submit requests for reimbursement in a timely manner.
In addition to Contractor compensation, Contractor shall, in accordance with the provisions set forth herein, be entitled to reimbursements for approved travel and other related expenses reasonably and properly incurred by Contractor in connection with Contractors performance of the Services (the Reimbursable Expenses). Reimbursable Expenses may not include any increased mark-up, burden, or uplift. No expenses beyond those specified in the applicable Work Order and within the approved budget stated therein shall be incurred without the Clients prior written approval. All requests for reimbursement for expenses shall be set forth in an invoice.
Invoices for direct Contractor expenses are not required to include a breakdown of fees by person, copies of receipts of expenses nor an itemization of individual time records or expense items. Documentation of expenses will be retained by Contractor and made available for inspection at Contractors offices upon request during normal business hours. Invoices shall be sent to the following: Adaptive Biotechnologies Corporation, Attn: Accounts Payable, 1551 Eastlake Avenue East, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98102. Soft copies of invoices may be submitted to: ***@***.
4. Maintaining Confidential Information.
a. Client Information. During the term of this Agreement, each Party (a Receiving Party) may receive or otherwise be exposed to confidential and proprietary information relating to the other Partys (the Disclosing Party) technology, know-how, software and tools, data, inventions, developments, plans, templates, forecasts, business practices or finances, clinical trials, chemical synthesis, methods of purification, compositions of matter and uses thereof, strategies, pricing, analytical techniques, methodologies and processes utilized to provide the Services. Such confidential and proprietary information (collectively referred to as Confidential Information) includes, but is not limited to, (i) confidential and proprietary information supplied by the Disclosing Party to the Receiving Party (including, but not limited to, those marked with the legend Client Confidential, Contractor Confidential or equivalent), (ii) the Disclosing Partys marketing and customer support strategies, financial information (including sales, costs, profits and pricing methods), internal organization, employee information, and customer lists, (iii) the technology owned by or licensed to the Disclosing Party, including discoveries, inventions, research and development efforts, chemical synthesis,