Covenants Regarding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Collateral Sample Clauses

Covenants Regarding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Collateral. (a) Each Grantor agrees that it will not, nor will it permit any of its licensees to, do any act, or omit to do any act, whereby any Patent which is material to the conduct of such Grantor's business may become invalidated or dedicated to the public, and agrees that it shall continue to xxxx any products covered by a Patent with the relevant patent number as necessary and sufficient to establish and preserve its maximum rights under applicable patent laws.
Covenants Regarding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Collateral. (a) Each Pledgor agrees that it will not knowingly do any act or omit to do any act (and will exercise commercially reasonable efforts to prevent its licensees from doing any act or omitting to do any act) whereby any Patent that is material to the normal conduct of such Pledgor’s business may become prematurely invalidated, abandoned, lapsed or dedicated to the public, and agrees that it shall take commercially reasonable steps with respect to any material products covered by any such Patent as necessary and sufficient to establish and preserve its rights under applicable patent laws.
Covenants Regarding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Collateral. (i) Grantor shall provide a report to Agent each month in which it notifies Agent if it knows that any application or registration relating to any registered Patent, Trademark or Copyright (now or hereafter existing) it owns is reasonably expected to become abandoned or dedicated to the public domain, or of any material adverse determination or development (including the institution of, or any such determination or development in, any proceeding in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the United States Copyright Office or any court) regarding Grantor’s ownership of any such Patent, Trademark or Copyright, its right to register the same, or to keep and maintain the same.
Covenants Regarding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Collateral. (a) Except to the extent failure so to act could not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect of the type referred to in clause (a) or (b) of the definition of such term in the Credit Agreement, with respect to registration or pending application of each item of its Intellectual Property for which such Grantor has standing to do so, each Grantor agrees (i) to maintain the validity and enforceability of any registered Intellectual Property (or applications therefor) and to maintain such registrations and applications of Intellectual Property in full force and effect and (ii) to pursue the registration and maintenance of each Patent, Trademark or Copyright registration or application, now or hereafter included in the Intellectual Property of such Grantor, including the payment of required fees and taxes, the filing of responses to office actions issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the U.S. Copyright Office or other governmental authorities, the filing of applications for renewal or extension, the filing of affidavits under Sections 8 and 15 of the U.S. Trademark Act, the filing of divisional, continuation, continuation-in-part, reissue and renewal applications or extensions, the payment of maintenance fees and the participation in interference, reexamination, opposition, cancellation, infringement and misappropriation proceedings.
Covenants Regarding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Collateral. (a)Each Grantor agrees that it will not take any action or omit to take any action (and will exercise commercially reasonable efforts to prevent its licensees from taking any action or omitting to take any action) whereby any Patent material to the conduct of the business of the Borrower and the Subsidiaries may become invalidated or dedicated to the public (except as a result of expiration of such Patent at the end of its statutory term), and agrees that it shall in its prudent business judgment continue to xxxx any products covered by any such Patent with the relevant patent number as necessary and sufficient to establish and preserve its maximum rights under applicable patent laws.
Covenants Regarding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Collateral. Except as permitted by the Credit Agreement:
Covenants Regarding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Collateral. (a) Except to the extent a failure to act could not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect, with respect to registration or pending application of each item of its Intellectual Property for which such Grantor has standing and ability to do so, each Grantor agrees to take commercially reasonable efforts to (i) take all steps to maintain the validity and enforceability of any United States registered Intellectual Property (or applications therefor) and to maintain such registrations and applications of Intellectual Property in full force and effect and (ii) pursue the registration and maintenance of each Patent, Trademark or Copyright registration or application that is material to the conduct of such Grantor’s business. Grantor shall take commercially reasonable steps to defend title to and ownership of its Intellectual Property that is material to the conduct of such Grantor’s business. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing in this Section 3.05 shall prevent any Grantor from disposing of, discontinuing the use or maintenance of, abandoning, failing to pursue or enforce or otherwise allowing to lapse, terminate, be invalidated or put into the public domain any of its registered or applied for Intellectual Property that is no longer used or useful, or economically practicable to maintain, or if such Grantor determines in its reasonable business judgment that such discontinuance is desirable in the conduct of its business.
Covenants Regarding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Collateral. (a) Each Grantor agrees that it will not do any act or omit to do any act (and will exercise commercially reasonable efforts to prevent its licensees from doing any act or omitting to do any act) whereby any Patent may become invalidated or dedicated to the public, except where failure to comply with the foregoing could not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect, and agrees that it shall continue to xxxx any products covered by a Patent that is material to the conduct of such Grantor’s business with the relevant patent number as necessary and sufficient to establish and preserve its maximum rights under applicable patent laws except where the failure to comply with the foregoing could not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect.
Covenants Regarding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Collateral. Except as not prohibited by the Credit Agreement:
Covenants Regarding Patent, Trademark and Copyright Collateral. Except as permitted by the Indenture: