Third Party Intellectual Property Sample Clauses

Third Party Intellectual Property. 4.1. Unless otherwise expressly indicated, all Intellectual Property rights including, but not limited to, Copyright and Trademarks, in product images and descriptions belong to the manufacturers or distributors of such products as may be applicable.
Third Party Intellectual Property. Except as provided herein, Contractor agrees that its performance of this Agreement shall not be dependent upon or include any Intellectual Property of Contractor or third party without first: (i) obtaining DHCSprior written approval; and (ii) granting to or obtaining for DHCS, without additional compensation, a license, as described in Section b of this provision, for any of Contractor’s or third-party’s Intellectual Property in existence prior to the effective date of this Agreement. If such a license upon the these terms is unattainable, and DHCS determines that the Intellectual Property should be included in or is required for Contractor’s performance of this Agreement, Contractor shall obtain a license under terms acceptable to DHCS.
Third Party Intellectual Property. If LGC uses or licenses intellectual property owned by third parties in the performance of the Services, LGC shall obtain and maintain any such licenses and authorizations necessary to authorize its use of such intellectual property in connection with the Services.
Third Party Intellectual Property. In the event that Work Product is Third Party Intellectual Property (Third Party Intellectual Property that is applicable to the Services being performed by Consultant under the WOC or included in Work Product deliverable to Agency under the WOC), or in the event any Third Party Intellectual Property is needed by Agency to reasonably enjoy and use any Work Product, Consultant shall secure on Agency’s behalf and in the name of Agency, an irrevocable, non-exclusive, non-transferable, perpetual, royalty-free license to use, reproduce, prepare derivative works based upon, distribute copies of, perform and display the Third Party Intellectual Property, including the right of Agency to authorize contractors, consultants and others to do the same on Agency’s behalf.
Third Party Intellectual Property. Except as provided herein, CONTRACTOR agrees that its performance of this CONTRACT shall not be dependent upon or include any Intellectual Property of CONTRACTOR or third party without first: (i) obtaining COUNTY’S prior written approval; and (ii) granting to or obtaining for COUNTY’S, without additional compensation, a license, as described in Paragraph twenty-eight (28)(C), for any of CONTRACTOR’s or third-party’s Intellectual Property in existence prior to the effective date of this CONTRACT. If such a license upon these terms is unattainable, and COUNTY determines that the Intellectual Property should be included in or is required for CONTRACTOR’s performance of this CONTRACT, CONTRACTOR shall obtain a license under terms acceptable to COUNTY.
Third Party Intellectual Property. The Manager shall assist and fully cooperate with the Successor Manager or its designated alternate service provider in obtaining any necessary licenses or consents to use any third party Intellectual Property then being used by the Manager or any Sub-manager. The Manager shall assign any such license or sublicense directly to the Successor Manager or its designated alternate service provider to the extent the Manager has the rights to assign such agreements to the Successor Manager or such service provider without incurring any additional cost.
Third Party Intellectual Property. Certain portions of the Content may consist of the copyrights, trademarks, service marks, trade names or other intellectual property of third parties. These portions of the Content are provided for the convenience of certain users of the Software who are expressly authorized to use them by their owners. You may not use any third-party intellectual property without their express authorization.
Third Party Intellectual Property. If after the Effective Date, Ascentage acquires or licenses from a Third Party subject matter that would fall within the Licensed Intellectual Property (“Third Party Intellectual Property”) that is subject to any payment obligation to the Third Party, then Ascentage shall so notify Unity and Unity shall inform Ascentage if it wishes such subject matter to be included within the Licensed Intellectual Property. If Unity notifies Ascentage that it does wish such subject matter to be so included, the rights granted to Unity hereunder with respect to such Third Party Intellectual Property shall be subject to Unity promptly reimbursing Ascentage for [***] and Unity shall reimburse Ascentage for [***]. Upon request by Unity, Ascentage shall disclose to Unity a written description of such payment obligations. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Unity shall have the right to treat amounts paid to Ascentage as reimbursements for payments for Enabling IP for purposes of Section 5.5.
Third Party Intellectual Property. To the extent Contractor has the authority, Contractor shall sublicense or pass through to Agency all Third Party Intellectual Property. Contractor represents and warrants that it has provided written disclosure to Agency of all Third Party Intellectual Property that must be independently licensed by Agency to fully enjoy the benefit of the Work Product. If Contractor failed to provide such written disclosure, Contractor shall secure on the Agency’s behalf and in the name of the Agency, an irrevocable, non-exclusive, perpetual, royalty-free license to use, make, reproduce, prepare derivative works based upon, distribute copies of, perform and display the Third Party Intellectual Property, and to authorize others to do the same on Agency’s behalf.