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Substantial competitive injury would likely flow to agency if agency were required to disclose negotiated terms, pricing details, boundary rights, pricing and costs, where agency negotiates in the electric power spot and futures market, is engaged in actual competition in the wholesale and retail electric markets, and has demonstrated that such information is otherwise unavailable.Muhl (2), Catskill, Cross-Sound, Encore (2), First, Garvey, Geostow, Gray, Hearst, Herald Co. Court held that any confidentiality agreement in conflict with FOIL would be void as against public policy, that there is no blanket exception in the FOIL regarding personnel files, that the settlement is not an "employment history", that the agreement "is not information in which petitioner has any reasonable expectation of privacy where the agreement contains the teacher's admission to much of the misconduct charged", that the agreement is "tantamount to a final agency determination." See La Rocca, Geneva Printing, Buffalo Evening News.Court held that copyright concerns were insufficient to justify a denial of access to manufacturer's training manuals concerning maintenance and testing of urinalysis machine.David, Albany Custom Floors, Arrow Electronics, Aurelius, Aurelius Capital Mgt., LP v. Hogan, Pooler, Professional Standards, Ragusa, Sagaponack, Saratoga Harness Racing, Inc. Task Force on the Future of Off-Track Betting, Schenectady v. Current Law: §87(2)(f) Overturned agency's denial of a request for names and addresses of mink and fox farmers; Court agreed with opinion of COG advising that provisions concerning privacy can be asserted only with respect to personal information relating to natural persons and held that "the names and business addresses of individuals or entities engaged in animal farming for profit do not constitute information of a private nature, and this conclusion is not changed by the fact that a person's business address may also be the address of his or her residence." In related decision regarding Open Meetings Law, Appellate Division found that entity's powers and functions were derived from federal law and that, therefore, it was not subject to that statute; using same reasoning, it was held that the entity is not subject to Freedom of Information Law.Dinallo, Bahnken, Bello, Belth (1) and (2), Belth v. O'Keefe, Sunset, Syracuse & Oswego, Troy Sand & Gravel, Urbach, Verizon v. Teacher sought to enjoin District from disclosing any portion of settlement agreement pursuant to which charges of misconduct had been settled, citing lower court decision in La Rocca, which has since been modified.