Commercial in Confidence Contracts

I was searching for “commercial in confidence” contracts using the full-text search on the EC EDGAR website. While the FAQs state that quotation marks may be used to search for an exact phrase, it also states: “The results set will not be limited only to that phrase, however, and may also include conceptually related phrases.” Unfortunately, the results were too cluttered with “conceptually related phrases” instead of actual contracts marked as commercial in confidence.

To find “commercial in confidence” contracts in securities filings, I ended up turning to Google: “commercial in confidence”.


Atari/Zoo Publishing Sales Agreement

Atari, Inc. has sued Zoo Publishing, Inc. d/b/a Zoo Games to recover the advances that it had paid for the manufacture and delivery of video games. The lawsuit includes a Sales Agreement dated October 24, 2008, between Zoo Publishing Inc. and Atari, Inc. under which Atari was granted the right to purchase video games directly from Zoo and sell such to wholesalers and retailers.