Display. The Participating Institutions and Authorized Users shall have the right to electronically display the Licensed Materials.
Display. Wherever Licensee displays a Java Logo, it must also display its own corporate name and logo, and shall display the Java Logo (i) in a size and style less prominent than, and separately from any of, Licensee's own names, marks or logos, (ii) separately from any other name, xxxx or logo, (iii) accompanied by a TM or ® symbol if incorporated into the artwork received from Oracle or its designee, and (iv) when using the Technology Compliance Logo, in such a manner that it is clear that the Technology Compliance Logo refers only to the specific Product which has met the compliance requirements of the SATCK and not any other product of Licensee or any third party. Specifically, when the Product with which the Technology Compliance Logo is used is bundled with other Licensee or third-party products that do not meet the compliance requirements of the SATCK, Licensee shall always display the Technology Compliance Logo in such a manner that it is clear, in Oracle's sole discretion, that the Technology Compliance Logo refers only to Product (that has met the compliance requirements) and not to any product in the bundle which has not met the compliance requirements. In no event can Licensee use the Compatibility Logo with a Product that includes or is used, marketed or distributed in connection with an implementation of a Java specification if such implementation has not passed Oracle's Java test suites in compliance with Oracle's compatibility requirements.
Display. Licensee and Authorized Users shall have the right to electronically display the Licensed Materials.
Display. Licensee and Authorized Users shall have the right to electronically display the Licensed Materials. Digitally Copy. Licensee and Authorized Users may download and digitally copy a reasonable portion of the Licensed Materials. Print Copy. Licensee and Authorized Users may print a reasonable portion of the Licensed Materials.
Display. Xanodyne shall have the right to determine all packaging materials, labels and promotional materials for the XenoPort Products in the Territory as it considers appropriate, provided that such packaging materials, labels and promotional materials shall display the trade names of both XenoPort and Xanodyne. The trademarks of Xanodyne, trade dress, style of packaging and the like with respect to each XenoPort Product in the Territory shall be determined by Xanodyne in a manner that is consistent with Xanodyne's standard trade dress and style.
Display. All packaging materials, labels, inserts and promotional materials for the Product sold in the Territory shall display: (i) the Trademarks, (ii) the trade name of KDP in the context of the Product as distributed by KDP, and (iii) the trade name of Can-Fxxx in the context of the Product as manufactured by or for Can-Fxxx (whether in English or in the local language). The manner of use of the Trademarks, including typeface and size, representations of the Trademarks, as well as promotional material bearing the Trademarks, will be jointly agreed by the Parties. If a given Trademark is not applicable in the Territory, other trademarks, which shall be mutually approved by the Parties, shall be displayed on the label of the Product in the Territory. All representations of the Trademarks that KDP intends to use shall first be submitted to Can-Fxxx for approval of design, color, and other details or shall be exact copies of those used by Can-Fxxx, and shall in any event comply with Can-Fxxx’x usage and quality control guidelines as established from time to time. KDP shall submit representative promotional materials, packaging, labels and the Product using any Trademarks to Can-Fxxx for Can-Fxxx’x review and comment prior to their first use and prior to any subsequent change or addition to such materials. All approvals to be required under this Article 6 shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.