New Intellectual Property Sample Clauses

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New Intellectual Property. In the course of manufacturing Goods, Heraeus may invent, develop or discover methods, techniques, processes, technology, know- how, formulas or software that have application in Heraeus’s business generally and are not specific to the Goods (“Heraeus Developments”). Heraeus’s Developments are and will be the sole and exclusive property of Heraeus.
New Intellectual Property. For the purposes of this Agreement, “New Intellectual Property” shall mean all data, discoveries, developments, inventions (whether patentable or not), improvements, methods of use or delivery, processes, know-how, or trade secrets which are generated, conceived, reduced to prac- tice or otherwise made by or on behalf of Recipient as a result of the conduct of the Research Plan or as a result of the use of any Data Set provided to Recipient under this Agreement.
New Intellectual Property. All Intellectual Property Rights in relation to anything created or provided to the Ministry by the Recipient in carrying out its obligations under this Agreement (including any reports the Recipient is required to provide to the Ministry under this Agreement) will be owned by the Recipient from the date the Intellectual Property Rights are created or developed.
New Intellectual Property. Except as set forth in Appendix VI, neither the Borrower nor any Subsidiary has acquired any new Material Intellectual Property since the date of the last Compliance Certificate delivered nor has any Intellectual Property become Material Intellectual Property since the date of the last Compliance Certificate delivered.
New Intellectual Property. Grantor hereby represents and warrants to Grantee for the benefit of the Grantee and the Bank Product Providers that the Intellectual Property listed on Exhibits A, B and C, respectively, constitute all of the Registered Intellectual Property now owned by Grantor. Grantor hereby represents and warrants to Grantee for the benefit of Grantee and the Bank Product Providers that the Intellectual Property listed on Exhibit C constitute all of the material Licenses now owned by Grantor. If, before all Obligations shall have been satisfied in full or before the Loan Agreement has been terminated, Grantor shall (i) become aware of any existing Registered Intellectual Property of which Grantor has not previously informed Grantee, (ii) obtain rights to any Registered Intellectual Property, or (iii) become entitled to the benefit of any material Intellectual Property which benefit is not in existence on the date hereof, the provisions of this Security Agreement above shall automatically apply thereto and Grantor shall give to Grantee prompt written notice thereof. Grantor hereby authorizes Grantee to modify this Security Agreement by amending Exhibits A, B, C, and D, as applicable, to include any such Intellectual Property, and Grantee may file or refile this Security Agreement with the U.S Patent and Trademark Office and U.S. Copyright Office. Grantor agrees to execute and deliver any and all documents and instruments necessary or advisable to record or preserve Grantee's interest in all Intellectual Property added to Exhibits A, B, C, and D pursuant to this Section.
New Intellectual Property. In the event, prior to the time the Obligations have been paid in full, the Grantor shall (i) obtain any rights to or interests in any new inventions, whether or not patentable, patents, patent applications or any reissue, divisions, continuations, renewals, extensions, or continuations-in-part of any patent or improvement of any patent, trademarks, trade names, service marks, and registrations or applications therefor, copyrights and registrations or applications therefor, or licenses, or (ii) become entitled to the benefit of any patent, copyright or trademark, or any registrations or applications therefor, license, license renewal, trade secret, or copyright renewal, the provisions of this Agreement shall automatically apply thereto and anything enumerated in clause (i) or (ii) of this Section 20 shall constitute Intellectual Property Collateral. The Grantor agrees, promptly following the written request by the Agent, to amend this Agreement by amending any or all of Schedules A, B, C, D and E, as applicable, to include any such future trademarks, trademark registrations, trademark applications, trade names, service marks, copyrights and licenses which would be Intellectual Property Collateral, and to immediately prepare, execute and record with all appropriate foreign country, federal, state and/or local offices and authorities a Security Agreement for any such new Intellectual Property Collateral, in form and substance similar to this Agreement, and to deliver to the Agent reasonable proof of such recordation.
New Intellectual Property. The technology and intellectual property discovered or developed during the design or implementation of joint efforts or a project, whether it was a direct or indirect outcome of the joint effort or project (collectively, “new technology”), and all intellectual property rights in new technology discovered or created during the term of this agreement are hereby assigned to and shall be the joint property of UNIVERSITY and COMPANY. All copyrightable subject matter developed during the term of this agreement shall be owned jointly by UNIVERSITY and COMPANY and, if applicable, shall be deemed works made for hire for purposes of the U.S. Copyright Act. All rights, title and interests in and to any and all new technology and the intellectual property rights in the new technology are hereby assigned by each party individually to UNIVERSITY and COMPANY jointly.
New Intellectual Property. If Recipient Scientist’s use of the Material results in an invention or substance which he/she discloses to Recipient for commercialization purposes (‘New Intellectual Property’), Recipient will also promptly disclose the invention or substance to Provider via [insert institutional contact] and notify Provider of the role of the Material, Provider Scientist and any other person affiliated with Provider in the creation of the New Intellectual Property. Provider will keep confidential any information provided by Recipient relating to the New Intellectual Property. If Recipient wishes to commercialize New Intellectual Property, Recipient must negotiate in good faith with Provider, and any other party having rights to benefit from the use of the Material for Commercial Purposes, an agreement based on the respective partiescontributions in creating the invention or substance. Where Recipient has created Modifications, Recipient grants Provider a non-exclusive, non-transferable, perpetual, royalty-free license to use the Modifications for teaching and academic research purposes.
New Intellectual Property. Any new intellectual property that is developed or created by Directed for use in, or in connection with, Sirius Receivers or the Sirius Service (the "NEW INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY") shall be the joint property of Sirius and Directed. Each Party shall be free to use and exploit such New Intellectual Property without restriction and without accounting in any way to the other Party; provided that Directed shall not license or provide such New Intellectual Property to, or otherwise utilize any such Intellectual Property for the benefit of, a Competitor. This Section 7.03 shall in no way be construed as an obligation on Directed or Sirius to develop New Intellectual Property.