Commercialization Sample Clauses

Commercialization. Intrexon shall have the right to develop and Commercialize the Reverted Products itself or with one or more Third Parties, and shall have the right, without obligation to Fibrocell, to take any such actions in connection with such activities as Intrexon (or its designee), at its discretion, deems appropriate.
Commercialization. To avoid a disruption in the supply of Products to patients, if the Agreement is terminated after the first commercial sale of any Product in the Territory, Cephalon, its Affiliates and its Marketing Partners shall continue to distribute the Products in each country of the Territory for which Marketing Approval therefor has been obtained, in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement, until the date on which Angioblast notifies Cephalon in writing that Angioblast has secured an alternative distributor or licensee for the Products in such country, but in no event more for than twenty-four (24) months after the effective date of any termination of this Agreement, in whole or in part (the “Wind-down Period”); provided that Cephalon, its Affiliates and its Marketing Partners shall cease such activities, or any portion thereof, in a given country upon sixty (60) days’ notice by Angioblast requesting that such activities (or portion thereof) be ceased. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, during the Wind-down Period, Cephalon’s and its Affiliates’ and Marketing Partners’ rights with respect to the Products in the Territory shall be non-exclusive and, without limiting the foregoing, Angioblast shall have the right to engage one or more other distributor(s) and/or licensee(s) of any Products in all or part of the Territory. Any Products sold or disposed by Cephalon in the Territory during the Wind-down Period shall be subject to applicable payment obligations under ARTICLE VI above. Within thirty (30) days of expiration of the Wind-down Period, Cephalon shall, upon the request of Angioblast, transfer to Angioblast or its designee, all Products and BMT MPCs in its inventory at the provisional transfer price therefor (as set forth in Paragraph 2(c) of Exhibit 6.3).
Commercialization. Licensee shall promote, Commercialize and sell the Licensed Product in strict adherence to regulatory, professional, and legal requirements in the Territory and solely to the extent permitted under, and consistent with, all applicable regulatory approvals (including, without limitation, Key Approvals). In no event shall Licensee, directly or indirectly, promote, market, offer for sale, sell, donate or otherwise distribute the Licensed Product for any use outside of the Field or otherwise perform any off-label promotion, marketing or Commercialization of the Licensed Product. Licensee shall do nothing which would jeopardize the good will or reputation of MPP or Pfizer or the reputation of the Compound, Product and/or Licensed Product.
Commercialization. BMS, its Affiliates and Sublicensees shall be entitled to continue to sell (but not to actively promote after the effective date of termination) any existing inventory of Products in each terminated country of the Territory for which Regulatory Approval therefor has been obtained (provided that such Products shall have launched in each such terminated country as of the applicable effective date of termination), in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement (the “Commercialization Wind-Down Period”).
Commercialization. TGTX shall have the exclusive right, and sole responsibility and decision-making authority, to Commercialize any Licensed Products in and for the Field itself or through one or more Sublicensees or other Third Parties selected by TGTX and shall have the sole decision-making authority and responsibility in all matters relating to the Commercialization of Licensed Products.
Commercialization. (a) Except as otherwise set forth in Sections 3.1.4(b), 3.1.4(d) and 3.6 below, during the Blood Screening Term, Gen-Probe hereby grants to Chiron the exclusive distribution right in the Territory, at Chiron's sole cost, directly or through distributors, to promote, market and sell the Initial Blood Screening Assays to be conducted by the Blood Screening Instruments for use in the Blood Screening Field. Chiron shall use its Commercially Reasonable Efforts to promote, market, sell and meet the reasonably foreseeable market demands for the Initial Blood Screening Assays in the Territory to be conducted by the Blood Screening Instruments for use in the Blood Screening Field.
Commercialization. Licensee agrees to use its best efforts to commercially introduce its first Licensed Product in the Field as soon as practicable. Licensee shall be deemed to have satisfied its obligations under this Section 7.1 if Licensee has an ongoing and active research, development or marketing program, directed primarily toward commercial production and use of its first Licensed Product. Any efforts of Licensee’s Affiliates or sublicensees shall be considered efforts of Licensee for the sole purpose of determining Licensee’s compliance with its obligation under this Section 7.1.
Commercialization. Employee acknowledges and agrees that with respect to all Inventions and Confidential Subject Matter transferred by Employee to Company, Company is not obligated to commercialize the same, and that if Employee desires to independently commercialize any of said inventions and/or Confidential Subject Matter, Employee must request and obtain a written license from Company beforehand, which license request may be declined by Company in its sole discretion.
Commercialization resTORbio will be solely responsible for all aspects of Commercialization of the Products, including planning and implementation, distribution, booking of sales, pricing, and reimbursement. resTORbio will itself, or through its Affiliates or sublicensees, use Commercially Reasonable Efforts to Commercialize at least one Product in at least one Major Market. Notwithstanding the foregoing, resTORbio’s application of Commercially Reasonable Efforts will not require resTORbio to Commercialize a Product in any particular country or territory other than a Major Market if resTORbio reasonably determines that it is not commercially reasonable to do so for such Product. Subject to compliance with the foregoing, the Commercialization of the Product will be in resTORbio’s sole discretion.
Commercialization. 5.1 Commercialization in the Field in the Territory. Licensee shall be solely responsible for Commercializing the Product in the Territory for use in the Field, which Commercialization shall be in accordance with this Agreement. Licensee shall be responsible for 100% of the expenses (including Pre-Marketing and other Commercialization expenses) incurred in connection with the Commercialization of the Product in the Territory for use in the Field. Without limiting the foregoing, Licensee shall use [***] to Commercialize the Product for use in the Field in the Territory.