A VALID CLAIM Sample Clauses

A VALID CLAIM. Neither Party may disclaim a Valid Claim within Target Patent Rights or Product Patent Rights without the consent of the other.
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Related to A VALID CLAIM

  • Valid Claim The term “Valid Claim” shall mean a claim of any issued and unexpired patent within the Licensed Patent Rights which has not been held unenforceable, unpatentable or invalid by a decision of a court or governmental body of competent jurisdiction in a ruling that is unappealed or unappealable. The term “Valid Claim” shall also include the claims of a pending patent application within the Licensed Patent Rights which have not been pending for a period of more than *** from the earliest priority date of the patent application.

  • Patent Rights The State and the U. S. Department of Transportation shall have the royalty free, nonexclusive and irrevocable right to use and to authorize others to use any patents developed by the Engineer under this contract.

  • Licensed Patent Rights The term “Licensed Patent Rights” shall mean rights arising out of or resulting from:

  • Licensed Patents Licensee shall be responsible for all further patent prosecution with respect to the Licensed Patents and Licensed Technologies set out in Exhibit “A”. Licensee may select the patent agent for the prosecution of the Licensed Patents, subject to the approval of Licensor as the patent owner, which approval will not be unreasonably withheld. Licensee shall provide Licensor with copies of all relevant documentation related to the filing and prosecution of the Licensed Patents so that Licensor may be informed and apprised of and meaningfully consulted as to the continuing prosecution. Licensor shall keep all such documentation confidential. In the event the Licensee does not agree that any given patent application or patent should be filed, prosecuted or maintained (hereinafter referred to as a “Refused Licensed Patent”) in a particular jurisdiction(s) Licensee shall indicate such disagreement in writing (hereinafter “Refusal Notice”) and upon Licensor’s receipt of such Refusal Notice Licensor shall have the right unilaterally to make, prosecute and maintain such Refused Licensed * Confidential Information, indicated by [***], has been omitted from this filing and filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission Patent in such jurisdiction(s) in the name of its owners, at Licensor’s expense, and Licensee shall not have any rights or obligations to such Refused Licensed Patent in such jurisdiction(s); provided, however, that Licensee shall retain all of its ownership rights in any Refused Licensed Patent that is a Co-Owned Technology. In such case Licensor shall provide Licensee with copies of all relevant documentation related to the filing and prosecution of the Refused Licensed Patents so that Licensee may be informed and apprised of and be meaningfully consulted with as to the continuing prosecution. Licensor shall have no obligation to continue prosecution or maintenance of any Refused Licensed Patent and may abandon same without any prior notice or any obligation to Licensee. Both Licensee and Licensor shall make best efforts to respond promptly to any request from the other Party for input or assistance with respect to matters pertaining to the Licensed Patents. Licensee shall use reasonable efforts to amend any patent application to include claims reasonably requested by the other Party and required to protect the Licensed Technology. In addition to Licensee’s obligations pursuant to section 4.1 above, Licensee shall be solely responsible for all patent and legal costs relating to the Licensed Patents and Licensed Technology (excluding Refused Licensed Patents) from the Effective Date onward, including all costs relating to the transfer of the Licensed Patents to the new patent agents selected by Licensee and approved by Licensor. For any patent and legal costs relating to the Licensed Patents and Licensed Technology (excluding Refused Licensed Patents) paid by Licensor after the Effective Date (including, without limitation, those expenses related to patentability assessments and drafting, filing, prosecution, maintenance, and taxes (the “Patent Costs”)), Licensee shall promptly reimburse Licensor for such Patent Costs upon receipt of an invoice from Licensor for such expenses. For any work in progress with respect to the Licensed Patents for which the Patent Costs have not already been paid by Licensor to its patent firm prior to the transfer of the Licensed Patents to Licensee’s patent agent, Licensor will direct its patent firm to copy Licensee on all such invoices from said patent firm and Licensee will promptly pay said invoices directly to Licensor’s patent firm.

  • Third Party Patent Rights If either Party desires to bring an opposition, action for declaratory judgment, nullity action, interference, declaration for non-infringement, reexamination or other attack upon the validity, title or enforceability of a Patent Right owned or controlled by a Third Party and having one or more claims that Cover the Compound or Product, or the use, sale, offer for sale or importation of the Compound or Product (except insofar as such action is a counterclaim to or defense of, or accompanies a defense of, a Third Party’s claim or assertion of infringement under Section 7.6, in which case the provisions of Section 7.6 shall govern), such Party shall so notify the other Party and the Parties shall promptly confer to determine whether to bring such action or the manner in which to settle such action. Provention shall have the exclusive right, but not the obligation, to bring, at its own expense and in its sole control, such action in the Territory. If Provention does not bring such an action in the Territory, within ninety (90) days of notification thereof pursuant to this Section 7.7(a) (or earlier, if required by the nature of the proceeding), MacroGenics shall have the right, but not the obligation, to bring, at MacroGenics’ own expense, such action. The Party not bringing an action under this Section 7.7(a) shall be entitled to separate representation in such proceeding by counsel of its own choice and at its own expense, and shall cooperate fully with the Party bringing such action. Any awards or amounts received in bringing any such action shall be first allocated to reimburse the initiating Party’s expenses in such action, and any remaining amounts shall be allocated between the Parties as provided in Section 7.5(e).

  • Joint Patent Rights With respect to any potentially patentable Joint Invention, the Parties shall confer and agree upon which Party, if any, shall prepare, file, Prosecute (including any interferences, reissue proceedings, and other administrational proceedings) and Maintain patent applications covering such Joint Invention (any such patent application and any patents issuing therefrom a “Joint Patent Right”), at the responsible Party’s expense. It is the intention of the Parties that, unless otherwise agreed in writing, ATI would prepare, file, Prosecute and Maintain any Joint Patent Rights. The Party that Prosecutes a patent application in the Joint Patent Rights (the “Prosecuting Party”) shall provide the other Party reasonable opportunity to review and comment on such Prosecution efforts regarding the applicable Joint Patent Rights in the particular jurisdictions, and such other Party shall provide the Prosecuting Party reasonable assistance in such efforts. The Prosecuting Party shall provide the other Party with a copy of all material communications from any patent authority in the applicable jurisdictions regarding the Joint Patent Rights being Prosecuted by such Party, and shall provide drafts of any material filings or responses to be made to such patent authorities a reasonable amount of time in advance of submitting such filings or responses. In particular, each Party agrees to provide the other Party with all information necessary to enable the other Party to comply with the duty of candor/duty of disclosure requirements of any patent authority. Should ATI determine that it will no longer support the continued Prosecution or Maintenance of a particular Joint Patent Right in a country or jurisdiction, ATI shall provide Rigel with written notice of such determination at least thirty (30) Business Days prior to any deadline for taking action to avoid abandonment of such Joint Patent Right. Rigel shall have the right, but not ***Text Omitted and Filed Separately Confidential Treatment Requested Under 17 C.F.R. §§ 200.80(b)(4) and 230.406 obligation, to file, Prosecute and Maintain such Joint Patent Rights in the applicable jurisdiction at Rigel’s expense.

  • Patent Infringement A. The Contractor shall report to OC Public Works, promptly and in reasonable detail, each notice or claim of patent infringement based on the performance of this Contract of which the Contractor has knowledge.

  • Third Party Patents If any Third Party claims that a patent it owns or controls claims any aspect of a Licensed Product or its manufacture, use or sale, the Party with notice of such claim shall notify the other Party promptly, and the Parties shall as soon as practicable thereafter discuss in good faith regarding the best response.

  • Trademark Infringement (a) If either Party learns that a third party is infringing the ACTIMMUNE xxxx, it shall promptly notify the other in writing. The Parties shall use reasonable efforts in cooperation with each other to stop such trademark infringement without litigation.

  • Infringement of Patents by Third Parties (a) Except as expressly provided in the remainder of this Section 6.3, Intrexon shall have the sole right to take appropriate action against any person or entity directly or indirectly infringing any Intrexon Patent (or asserting that an Intrexon Patent is invalid or unenforceable) (collectively, “Infringement”), either by settlement or lawsuit or other appropriate action.

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