Source Indicators definition

Source Indicators means trademarks, service marks, corporate names (including d/b/a, f/k/a and similar designations), trade names, domain names, logos, slogans, designs, trade dress and other designations of source or origin, together with the goodwill symbolized by any of the foregoing.
Source Indicators has the meaning set forth in the Trademark Agreement.

Examples of Source Indicators in a sentence

The Parties intend and agree that this Agreement intends primarily to allocate the Parties’ ownership rights, as of the Trademark Assignment Date, with respect to the Source Indicators governed thereby, and that all of the Parties’ covenants constitute clarifications, limitations or protections of such ownership rights.

Given the Parties’ prior status as Affiliates, the Parties acknowledge the need for a Party to restrict its use of certain new, significant secondary Source Indicators of the other Party beyond the boundaries set by trademark Law for use by an unrelated third party.

The Parties acknowledge that the Parties have used major secondary Source Indicators that are not included in the ADT Brand (e.g., PULSE) and may, after the Trademark Assignment Date, wish to adopt as major secondary trademarks one or more new words or terms that are not included in the definition of “ADT Brand” herein.

Therefore, each Party has the right, during the term of this Agreement, to provide written notice to the other Party of a maximum of fifteen (15) new secondary Source Indicators as proposed “Designated Secondary Brands”.

Each Party hereby further stipulates, acknowledges and agrees that this Agreement is not intended to be, nor shall it be construed as, an “executory contract” within the meaning of 11 U.S.C. § 365 that is independent of or severable from the interests in the Source Indicators.

Each Party hereby stipulates, acknowledges and agrees that this Agreement is integral to, and integrated with, the Source Indicators, and is not a severable undertaking that may be assumed, assigned or rejected pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 365 independently from the interests in the Source Indicators.

Therefore, if either Party files for bankruptcy, the Parties intend and agree that this Agreement shall be deemed an encumbrance on the Source Indicators governed hereby.

Open Source Indicators (OSI) Program,” available atwww.iarpa.gov/Programs/ia/OSI/osi.html .

For example, if Tyco or ADT Residential, as the case may be, adopts ADT SUPERNOVA or SUPERNOVA as a Designated Secondary Brand, ADT Residential or Tyco, as the case may be, may not use SUPERNOVA (either alone or in combination with the term “ADT”, the phrase “ALWAYS THERE”, TYCO or other Source Indicators) in connection with any goods or services in any country or jurisdiction in its territory.

Licensor has the sole right to file for any new registrations, applications or reservations of all Source Indicators containing the Marks, but shall not unreasonably refuse, condition or delay to file if requested by Licensee to do so.

Related to Source Indicators

Performance Indicators means the indicators for Project monitoring and evaluation set forth in the Operational Manual.
Performance Indicator means a measure of HSP performance for which a Performance Target is set; technical specifications of specific Performance Indicators can be found in the MSAA Indicator Technical Specifications document;
Key Performance Indicators or "KPIs" means the performance measurements and targets in respect of the Supplier’s performance of the Framework Agreement set out in Part B of Framework Schedule 2 (Services and Key Performance Indicators);
complex product means a product which is composed of multiple components which can be replaced permitting disassembly and re-assembly of the product.
New Products means new products, programs or modules offered by PowerSchool and are distinguished from New Versions and Fixes. New Versions and Fixes may include New Products that provide features, functions or applications not included in the Subscription Service(s) originally licensed by Customer and for which additional license fees apply as determined by PowerSchool to access. A New Product may be usable with or in addition to the Subscription Service(s) originally licensed by Customer. New Products will be licensed to Customer in accordance with the applicable Quote under the terms of this Agreement,
Collaboration Product means any product that contains one or more Discovered RNAi Compound(s) as active ingredient(s).
Service Territory means the geographic area within which PG&E as a Utility Distribution Company is authorized and required to provide electric transmission and distribution service.
Research-based means a program or practice that has some research demonstrating effectiveness, but that does not yet meet the standard of evidence-based practices.
Third Party Products means the Third Party Software and Third Party Hardware.
Competing Products means any products or processes of any person or organization other than the Company in existence or under development, which are substantially the same, may be substituted for, or applied to substantially the same end use as the products or processes that the Company is developing or has developed or commercialized during the time of the Employee’s employment with the Company.
Licensed Product means any product or part thereof which:
Traditional Territory means, subject to a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement, with respect to each Yukon First Nation and each Yukon Indian Person enrolled in that Yukon First Nation's Final Agreement, the geographic area within the Yukon identified as that Yukon First Nation's Traditional Territory on the map referred to in 2.9.0.
Third Party Product shall include product manufactured or developed by a corporate entity independent from Contractor and provided by Contractor on a non-exclusive licensing or other distribution agreement with the third party manufacturer. “Third Party Product” does not include product where Contractor is: (a) a corporate subsidiary or affiliate of the third party manufacturer/developer; and/or (b) the exclusive re-seller or distributor of product manufactured or developed by said corporate entity.
New Product means a Program that may include, as a component of such product, another Program or a portion thereof, but that has substantial additional features or functionalities that are not Enhancements, Revisions, Versions, rebundling or repackaging of pre-existing Programs, and is priced separately from a pre-existing Program.
Key Performance Indicator or “KPI” means the indicators described in Framework Schedule 7 (Key Performance Indicators) used to monitor the supplier performance;
Development Plans means a coherent set of operations defined and financed exclusively by the OCTs in the framework of their own policies and strategies of development, and those agreed upon between an OCT and the Member State to which it is linked;
Key Performance Indicators" or "KPIs means the performance measurements and targets in respect of the Supplier’s performance of the Framework Agreement set out in Part B of Framework Schedule 2 (Services and Key Performance Indicators);
Therapeutic Product means a health product categorised as a therapeutic product in the First Schedule to the Act;
geographical indication means a sign used to indicate a good as originating in the territory of a country or region or locality in that territory, where a given quality and reputation or other characteristic of the good is essentially attributable to its geographical origin;
Royalty Product means, either (a) an Alnylam Royalty Product, or (b) an Inex Royalty Product.
Licensed Programs means, collectively, NeoSystems’ and any Third Party Vendor computer software programs to be provided to Client for use on certain hardware on Client’s premises or a third party’s premises as set forth in an Agreement. The Licensed Programs shall include any fixes, work-arounds, updates, revisions, modifications, enhancements and any derivative works that are provided to Client by NeoSystems under an Agreement.
Geographic Territory shall include any territory formally assigned to Employee as well as all territories in which Employee has provided any services, sold any products or otherwise had responsibility at any time during the eighteen (18) month period preceding Employee’s date of separation;
Product category means the applicable category which best describes the product as listed in this Section 94508.
Development Site means any parcel or lot on which exists or which is intended for building development other than the following:
Licensed Products means tangible materials which, in the course of manufacture, use, sale, or importation, would be within the scope of one or more claims of the Licensed Patent Rights that have not been held unpatentable, invalid or unenforceable by an unappealed or unappealable judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction.
Competing Product means any product, process, or service of any person or organization other than the Company, in existence or under development, (A) which is identical to, substantially the same as, or an adequate substitute for any product, process, or service of the Company, in existence or under development, on which I work during the time of my employment by the Company or about which I acquire Confidential Information, and (B) which is (or could reasonably be anticipated to be) marketed or distributed in such a manner and in such a geographic area as to actually compete with such product, process or services of the Company.