Creative Works Sample Clauses

Creative Works. “Creative Works” include, but are not limited to, all original works of authorship, inventions, discoveries, designs, computer hardware and software, algorithms, programming, scripts, applets, databases, database structures, or other proprietary information, business ideas, and related improvements and devices, which are conceived, developed, or made by you, either alone or with others, in whole or in part, on or off Tyson’s premises, (i) during your employment with Tyson, (ii) with the use of the time, materials, or facilities of Tyson, (iii) relating to any product, service, or activity of Tyson of which you have knowledge, or (iv) suggested by or resulting from any work performed by you for Tyson. Creative Works do not include inventions or other works developed by you entirely on your own time without using Tyson’s equipment, supplies, facilities, or trade secret information except for those inventions or works developed during your Period of Employment that either: (a) relate at the time of conception or reduction to practice of the invention to Tyson’s business, or actual or demonstrably anticipated research or development of Tyson; or (b) result from any work performed by you for Tyson. If you are or become a resident of any state during your employment that has enacted laws relating to ownership of works created without use of or reference to Tyson materials, facilities, and/or intellectual property and do not relate to Tyson’s business, this Section shall be limited solely to the extent provided by the applicable laws of such states. To the extent any rights in the Creative Works are not already owned by Tyson, you irrevocably assign and transfer to Tyson all proprietary rights, including, but not limited to, all patent, copyright, trade secret, trademark, and publicity rights, in the Creative Works and agree that Tyson will be the sole and exclusive owner of all right, title, and interest in the Creative Works. Tyson will have the right to use all Creative Works, whether original or derivative, in any manner whatsoever and in any medium now known or later developed. You agree not, at any time, to assert any claim, ownership, or other interest in any of the Creative Works or Confidential Information. Both during and after your employment, you agree to execute any documents necessary to effectuate the assignment to Tyson of the Creative Works, and will execute all papers and perform any other lawful acts reasonably requested by Tyson for the prepar...
Creative Works. Executive shall not create, assist with or consult on any creative works which discuss, describe or reference Employer or any executive of Employer. Creative works includes but is not limited to novels, nonfiction writings, any authored work, plays, screenplays, musicals or the like.
Creative Works. Alfa expressly agrees that, except as otherwise provided herein, all artwork for any logo associated with a Salix Licensed Trademark and designs for the Salix Licensed Trademarks created or invented by or for Alfa or its sublicensees (collectively the “Creative Works”) shall be owned by Salix, and Alfa shall assign, and shall cause its sublicensees (and its and their employees and contractors) to assign, to Salix all right, title and interest in and to such Creative Works to Salix. Further, the Creative Works may, in Salix’s sole discretion, be registered in the U.S. Copyright Office or in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, as appropriate, in the name of Salix or its assignee or, if registered in the name of Alfa, such Creative Works shall be assigned to Salix.
Creative Works. The birth of Creative Works Creative Works was born in 2007 in a city and its establishment as part of the city’s university hospital was an uncertain process. According to its founders-to-be, the initial idea behind Creative Works was not too much “user-oriented”. According to the university hospital director of research and management who would host Creative Works its “concept of innovation” was not clear. These comments led the Creative Works project managers to reconsider its scope and purpose. While their initial idea was that Creative Works would support the users of the city’s university hospital with innovative devices and services, they decided to re-address its scope. Instead of developing devices and services for the university hospital, Creative Works would do so for the whole surrounding region. Finally, after a successful co-funding application the project managers of Creative Works hired a mechanical engineer, a legal counselor, a lawyer, an anthropologist and two service designers.During the first month of operation, they launched a campaign for collecting ideas from clinicians that worked at the university hospital. Soon three issues became apparent to the team: 1) The university hospital’s management did not have any specific ideas that the team could work with, 2) clinicians begun sharing with the team some ideas and challenges that fell out of Creative Works scope, such as the lack of parking space at the university hospital and 3) while some clinicians shared a few ideas about improvements that concerned care delivery at the hospital, they were disinterested in joining the Creative Works team and develop their ideas further. The above empirical account may seem distant from ongoing issues of quality and safety. The point here is that the establishment of Creative Works within the university hospital and the early forging of relations with clinicians allows insights into some of the premises upon which collaborative work has been taking place between Creative Works and clinicians. The appreciation of these is important since they already lead the early development stages of devicesand services toward safer care delivery. In other words, the explication of such premises has the potential to make visible some of the processes that are generated within healthcare settings through which patient safety becomes part of unfolding objects of design (Binder et al. 2011a). Examples of those devices are many, such as the development of a nasal cat...
Creative Works. “Creative Works” include, but are not limited to, all original works of authorship, inventions, discoveries, designs, computer hardware and software, algorithms, programming, scripts, applets, databases, database structures, or other proprietary information, business ideas, and related improvements and devices, which are conceived, developed, or made by you, either alone or with others, in whole or in part, on or off Tyson’s premises, (i) during your employment with Tyson, (ii) with the use of the time, materials, or facilities of Tyson, (iii) relating to any product, service, or activity of Tyson of which you have knowledge, or (iv) suggested by or resulting from any work performed by you for Tyson. Creative Works do not include inventions or other works developed by you entirely on your own time without using Tyson’s equipment, supplies, facilities, or trade secret information except for those inventions or works developed during your Period of Employment that
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  • Creative Work The Executive agrees that all creative work and work product, including but not limited to all technology, business management tools, processes, software, patents, trademarks, and copyrights developed by the Executive during the term of this Agreement, regardless of when or where such work or work product was produced, constitutes work made for hire, all rights of which are owned by the Employer. The Executive hereby assigns to the Employer all rights, title, and interest, whether by way of copyrights, trade secret, trademark, patent, or otherwise, in all such work or work product, regardless of whether the same is subject to protection by patent, trademark, or copyright laws.

  • Derivative Works Any and all derivative works to the Software which are created pursuant to this Agreement shall be owned by MyECheck, but Licensee shall have the same rights and licenses to such derivative works as Licensee has to the Software.

  • Work Product Executive’s employment duties may include creating, developing and/or inventing in areas directly or indirectly related to the Business of the Company or to a line of business that the Company may reasonably be interested in pursuing. If ownership of all right, title and interest to the legal rights in and to the Work Product will not vest exclusively in the Company, then, without further consideration, Executive assigns all presently-existing Work Product to the Company and agrees to assign, and automatically assigns, all future Work Product to the Company. The Company will have the right to obtain, and hold in its own name, copyrights, patents, design registrations, proprietary database rights, trademarks, rights of publicity and any other protection available in the Work Product. At the Company’s request, Executive agrees to perform, during or after Executive’s employment with the Company, any acts to transfer, perfect and defend the Company’s ownership of the Work Product, including, but not limited to (a) executing all documents (including a formal assignment to the Company) necessary for filing an application or registration for protection of the Work Product (an “Application”); (b) explaining the nature of the Work Product to persons designated by the Company; (c) reviewing Applications and other related papers; or (d) providing any other assistance reasonably required for the orderly prosecution of Applications. Executive agrees to provide the Company with a written description of any Work Product in which Executive is involved (solely or jointly with others) and the circumstances attendant to the creation of such Work Product.

  • JOINT WORK PRODUCT This Agreement is the joint work product of H-GAC and the Contractor. This Agreement has been negotiated by H-GAC and the Contractor and their respective counsel and shall be fairly interpreted in accordance with its terms and, in the event of any ambiguities, no inferences shall be drawn against any party.

  • Software Development Systems development efforts shall comply with applicable Government-wide Federal Information Processing Standards developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, applicable public laws, Office of Management and Budget circulars, and NRC policies and procedures. Particular attention is necessary to incorporate security features in the design of systems that process sensitive data. The format of software deliverables is specified in NRC Bulletin 0904-4. If any deliverable is provided on diskette, the diskette shall be scanned for viruses by the contractor and verified to be free of viruses before delivery to NRC. All software development, modification, or maintenance tasks shall follow general guidance provided in NUREG/BR-0167, “Software Quality Assurance Program and Guidelines.” NRC shall advise the DOE Patent Counsel with respect to any rights in the software that NRC desires under any particular project, which rights include NRC imposing restrictions on use, and distribution of the software by DOE or the Laboratory.

  • Inventions Executive shall disclose promptly to the Company any and all significant conceptions and ideas for inventions, improvements and valuable discoveries, whether patentable or not, which are conceived or made by Executive, solely or jointly with another, during the period of employment or within one (1) year thereafter, and which are directly related to the business or activities of the Company and which Executive conceives as a result of his employment by the Company. Executive hereby assigns and agrees to assign all his interests therein to the Company or its nominee. Whenever requested to do so by the Company, Executive shall execute any and all applications, assignments or other instruments that the Company shall deem necessary to apply for and obtain Letters Patent of the United States or any foreign country or to otherwise protect the Company's interest therein.

  • Licensed Software Computer program(s) provided by Contractor in connection with the Deliverables, subject to Section 14 of this Contract.

  • Defective Work 10.1 No payment, in whole or in part, shall be deemed a waiver of any defect in materials or workmanship, and the OWNER reserves the right to withhold payment pending inspection of the work performed by CONTRACTOR. Notwithstanding payment by OWNER of the sums due hereunder or failure of the OWNER to discover or reject defective material and workmanship, the CONTRACTOR shall re-execute any work that fails to conform to the requirements of the contract and that appears during the progress of the work and shall remedy any defects due to faulty materials or workmanship which appear within a period of one year from the date of completion of the contract. The provisions of this article apply to work done by subcontractors as well as work done by direct employees of the CONTRACTOR.

  • Licensed Materials The materials (the "Licensed Materials") that are the subject of this Agreement are set forth in Appendix A.