Prosecution Sample Clauses

Prosecution. Commencing on the Effective Date and continuing until the termination of the Agreement, Licensee shall assume, in coordination with CSMC, full responsibility for, and shall use Commercially Reasonable Efforts to pursue, the application, maintenance, reexamination, reissue, opposition and prosecution of any kind (collectively “Prosecution”) relating to the Patent Rights, including, but not limited to, payment of all costs, fees and expenses related thereto. Subject to the approval of CSMC (which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld), Licensee shall have the right to select counsel with respect to the responsibility assumed by Licensee in this Section 5.1. For all purposes of the patent Prosecution, CSMC shall be the named “client” of such patent counsel. Each party shall provide the other with copies of any and all material or communications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, or any foreign patent office, and CSMC and Licensee shall be afforded the opportunity of prior review and comment on such action or paper.
Prosecution. As between Celularity and Sorrento, on the other hand, Sorrento shall have the initial right (but not the obligation), to control the filing, prosecution and maintenance, at its expense, and using patent counsel of its choice, any patents and patent applications arising out of or relating to this Agreement (including, without limitation, any patents and patent applications for (a) any Sorrento IP or Background IP of Sorrento, (b) any Joint IP, and (c) any patents or patent applications covering the Licensed Products). Sorrento shall provide Celularity an opportunity to review and comment on the nature and text of any new or pending patent applications for Patent Rights covering Licensed Products and consider in good faith any comments from Celularity regarding steps that might be taken to strengthen patent protection with respect to any such Patent Rights and shall conduct discussions with Celularity on a reasonable basis regarding the patent prosecution strategy for such Patent Rights. If Sorrento elects not to file, prosecute, or maintain any of the Patent Rights in (a)-(c) of this Section 5.3, and provided that Celularity is not and has not been in breach of this Agreement, and subject to Sorrento’s reasonable review, oversight, and approval, Celularity may file, prosecute, and maintain, at its expense, and using patent counsel of its choice that is reasonably acceptable to Sorrento, (i) patents solely covering Joint IP in the Field in the Territory, and (ii) patents covering the Licensed Products in the Field in the Territory (collectively “Celularity Prosecuted Patents”). For clarity, Celularity may not file, prosecute or maintain any patents arising out of this Agreement outside the Territory, containing claims covering inventions outside the Field, or that cover any Sorrento IP or any Background IP of Sorrento. Subject to the forgoing, as between Celularity and Sorrento, Sorrento shall have the right to make final decisions pertaining to the prosecution and maintenance of the Celularity Prosecuted Patents, provided, however, that such final decisions do not reasonably undermine Celularity’s rights under this Agreement or otherwise unreasonably weaken the Licensed Patents as to Licensed Products and Licensed Material in the Field, and Celularity shall cooperate fully with Sorrento and provide Sorrento with such information and execute such documents as Sorrento reasonably requests to facilitate the foregoing. Before filing with a patent office a mate...
Prosecution. Company may prosecute any infringement of the Penn Patent Rights at Company’s expense. Company shall not settle or compromise any such litigation in a manner that imposes any obligations or restrictions on Penn or grants any rights in the Penn Patent Rights without Penn’s prior written permission. Financial recoveries from any such litigation will be: (a) first, applied to reimburse Company for its litigation expenditures; and (b) second, as to any remainder, retained by Company, but treated as Net Sales for the purpose of determining the royalties due to Penn under Section 3.4.
Prosecution. CDS shall have the initial right, but not the obligation, to initiate or prosecute an infringement or other appropriate suit or action against any Third Party who at any time has infringed or is suspected of infringing (an “Infringer”), any of the CDS Patent Rights covering a Product. CDS shall give Alimera sufficient advance notice of its intent to file said suit and the reasons therefore, and shall provide Alimera with an opportunity to make suggestions and comments regarding such filing; provided, however, that Alimera shall provide any such comments sufficiently in advance of any filing dates to allow for consideration by CDS, and further provided that it shall be within CDS’ sole discretion whether to incorporate such suggestions or comments. CDS shall keep Alimera reasonably informed of the status and progress of the litigation. CDS shall have the sole and exclusive right to select counsel for any such suit and action and shall pay [*], including, but not limited to, attorneysfees and court costs. If CDS has not taken legal action or been successful in obtaining cessation of the infringement within (a) ninety (90) days from the date of notice by Alimera under Section 7.6.1; (b) thirty (30) days after Alimera notifies CDS that Alimera would like to move for injunctive relief; or (c) ten (10) days before the expiration of a period of time set by applicable law in which action must be taken with respect to the alleged infringement (e.g., as may be required under the Hatch-Waxman Act and 35 USC §271), then subject to any rights * Certain information has been omitted and filed separately with the commission. Confidential treatment has been requested with respect to the omitted portions. CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT REQUESTED granted to B&L under the B&L Agreement to enforce or prosecute any Patent Rights owned or Controlled by CDS, Alimera shall have the right to bring suit against an Infringer at Alimera’s own expense. This right of Alimera to bring suit, as well as to continue an existing suit, is also conditioned on all of the following requirements:
Prosecution. CDS shall have the initial right, but not the obligation, to initiate or prosecute an infringement or other appropriate suit or action against any Third Party who at any time has infringed or is suspected of infringing (an “Infringer”), any of the CDS Patent Rights covering a Product. CDS shall give Alimera sufficient advance notice of its intent to file said suit and the reasons therefore, and shall provide Alimera with an opportunity to make suggestions and comments regarding such filing; provided, however, that Alimera shall provide any such comments sufficiently in advance of any filing dates to allow for consideration by CDS, and further provided that it shall be within CDS’ sole discretion whether to incorporate such suggestions or comments. CDS shall keep Alimera reasonably informed of the status and progress of the litigation. CDS shall have the sole and exclusive right to select counsel for any such suit and action and shall pay [*], including, but not limited to, attorneysfees and court costs. If CDS has not taken legal action or been successful in obtaining cessation of the infringement within (a) ninety (90) days from the date of notice by Alimera under Section 7.6.1; (b) thirty (30) days after Alimera notifies CDS that Alimera would like to move for injunctive relief; or (c) ten (10) days before the expiration of a period of time set by applicable law in which action must be taken with respect to the alleged infringement (e.g., as may be required under the Hatch-Waxman Act and 35 USC §271), then subject to any rights * Certain information has been omitted and filed separately with the commission. Confidential treatment has been requested with respect to the omitted portions. CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT REQUESTED granted to B&L under the B&L Agreement to enforce or prosecute any Patent Rights owned or Controlled by CDS, Alimera shall have the right to bring suit against an Infringer at Alimera’s own expense. This right of Alimera to bring suit, as well as to continue an existing suit, is also conditioned on all of the following requirements:
Prosecution. 8.1 The Parties may jointly file a patent application or other applications for the registration of any Intellectual Property Rights in Japan or in any foreign jurisdiction (an “Application”) with respect to any Joint Invention, provided that the Parties have first executed a joint application agreement between the Parties setting forth, among other matters, the content of the application, the application process and the maintenance.
Prosecution. As between the Parties, each Party shall have the sole right (but not the obligation) in its sole discretion (subject to, for Palomar, the MGH Agreement) to prosecute, maintain, enforce and defend any Patents (sub)licensed by such Party to the other Party hereunder, and such other Party shall have no rights with respect to any such activities.
Prosecution. Except as may otherwise be agreed by the Parties, in the License Agreement or otherwise, Penn shall control the preparation and prosecution of all patent applications and the maintenance of all patents related to Penn Intellectual Property. With regard to any patent applications filed at the request and expense of Sponsor, Penn will consult with Sponsor on patent prosecution. Sponsor shall reimburse Penn within [****] after receipt of invoice for all documented expenses incurred in connection with the filing and prosecution of the patent applications and maintenance of the patents that Sponsor has requested Penn to prosecute under Section 5.2 hereof.
Prosecution. IntelGenx undertakes to prosecute and maintain the Patents using counsel of its choice in the jurisdictions to the extent such jurisdictions are decided after conferring with RedHill. IntelGenx will provide RedHill with copies of all relevant documentation so that RedHill will be informed of the continuing prosecution and may comment upon such documentation sufficiently in advance of any initial deadline for filing a response, provided, however, that if RedHill has not commented upon such documentation in a reasonable time for IntelGenx to sufficiently consider RedHill’s comments prior to a deadline with the relevant government patent office, or IntelGenx must act to preserve the Patents, IntelGenx will be free to act without consideration of RedHill’s comments, if any. RedHill shall have the right but not the obligation to prosecute and maintain at RedHill’s discretion and expense the Patents in any jurisdiction as aforesaid as to which IntelGenx decides not to prosecute and maintain a Patent and IntelGenx undertakes to inform RedHill promptly, at least 30 days prior to expiry, if IntelGenx decides not to prosecute and maintain a Patent in any jurisdiction in order for RedHill to take such action.