Harvard Sample Clauses

Harvard. Subject to Article 8, Harvard shall be responsible for the preparation, filing, prosecution, protection and maintenance of all Harvard Patent Rights and [**] Poly Peptide Patent Rights (collectively, the “Harvard Prosecuted Patent Rights”), using patent counsel reasonably acceptable to Licensee and will instruct such patent counsel to furnish Licensee with copies of all correspondence relating to the Harvard Prosecuted Patent Rights from the United States Patent and Trademark Office and any other patent office as well as copies of all proposed responses to such correspondence in time for Licensee to review and comment on such response. Harvard shall prepare, file, prosecute, protect and maintain the Harvard Prosecuted Patent Rights in good faith. Subject in each case to Licensee’s prior agreement to cover the relevant costs in accordance with Section 3.2, Harvard shall file national phase applications in all countries requested by Licensee. Harvard shall consult with Licensee as to the preparation, filing, prosecution, protection and maintenance of the Harvard Prosecuted Patent Rights reasonably prior to any deadline or action with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office or any other patent office, and shall take into reasonable consideration all comments reasonably requested by Licensee, and (subject in each case to Licensee’s prior agreement to cover the relevant costs in accordance with Section 3.2) add claims reasonably requested by Licensee, and shall furnish Licensee with copies of all relevant documents reasonably in advance of such consultation. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Harvard agrees: (a) to give Licensee an opportunity to review the text of each patent application within the Harvard Prosecuted Patent Rights before filing; (b) consult with Licensee with respect thereto; (c) supply Licensee with a copy of any application within the Harvard Prosecuted Patent Rights as filed, together with notice of its filing date and serial number; (d) keep Licensee advised of the status of the actual and prospective patent filings within the Harvard Prosecuted Patent Rights; and (e) provide advance copies of any papers related to the filing, prosecution and maintenance of such patent filings.
Harvard. Organix and LICENSEE shall cooperate fully in the preparation, filing, prosecution and maintenance of PATENT RIGHTS exclusive to LICENSEE and of all patents and patent applications exclusively licensed to LICENSEE hereunder, executing all papers and instruments or requiring members of HARVARD or of Organix to execute such papers and instruments so as to enable HARVARD to apply for, to prosecute and to maintain patent applications and patents in HARVARD’s and other applicable assigneesnames in any country. HARVARD and LICENSEE shall each provide to the other prompt notice as to all matters which come to its attention and which may affect the preparation, filing, prosecution or maintenance of any such patent applications or patents. After LICENSEE has shown good and sufficient cause to justify a request that HARVARD choose alternate patent counsel, and after having made reasonable attempts to rectify the situation resulting in said good and sufficient cause, HARVARD will not unreasonably withhold consent that alternate patent counsel be chosen. In such event, LICENSEE agrees to bear all costs associated with transfer to alternate patent counsel.

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  • University Any notice may be served upon the University by delivering it, in writing, to the University at the address set forth on the last page of this Agreement, by depositing it in a United States Postal Service deposit box with the postage fully prepaid and with the notice addressed to the University at the aforementioned address, or by sending a facsimile of it to the University facsimile number set forth on the last page of this Agreement.

  • Licensee Licensee represents and warrants that:

  • Cornerstone shall notify the LLC and confirm such advice in writing (i) when the filing of any post-effective amendment to the Registration Statement or supplement to the Prospectus is required, when the same is filed and, in the case of the Registration Statement and any post-effective amendment, when the same becomes effective, (ii) of any request by the Securities and Exchange Commission for any amendment of or supplement to the Registration Statement or the Prospectus or for additional information and (iii) of the entry of any stop order suspending the effectiveness of the Registration Statement or the initiation or threatening of any proceedings for that purpose, and, if such stop order shall be entered, Cornerstone shall use its best efforts promptly to obtain the lifting thereof.

  • Licensor any Person from whom an Obligor obtains the right to use any Intellectual Property. Lien: any lien, security interest, pledge, hypothecation, assignment, easement, right-of-way, or other title exception or encumbrance. Lien Waiver: an agreement, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Agent, by which (a) for any material Collateral located on leased premises, the lessor waives or subordinates any Lien it may have on the Collateral, and agrees to permit Agent to enter upon the premises and remove the Collateral or to use the premises to store or dispose of the Collateral; (b) for any Collateral held by a warehouseman, processor, shipper, customs broker or freight forwarder, such Person waives or subordinates any Lien it may have on such Collateral, agrees to hold any Documents in its possession relating to such Collateral as agent for Agent, and agrees to deliver such Collateral to Agent upon request; (c) for any Collateral held by a repairman, mechanic or bailee, such Person acknowledges Agent's Lien, waives or subordinates any Lien it may have on such Collateral, and agrees to deliver such Collateral to Agent upon request; and (d) for any Collateral subject to a Licensor's Intellectual Property rights, the Licensor grants to Agent the right, vis-à-vis such Licensor, to enforce Agent's Liens with respect to such Collateral, including the right to dispose of it with the benefit of the Intellectual Property, whether or not a default exists under any applicable License. Loan: a Term Loan. Loan Documents: collectively, as may be amended, modified or supplemented from time to time, this Agreement, the Other Agreements and the Security Documents.

  • Summer School The Appointing Authority shall notify all supervisors of all summer school openings. A supervisor may agree to voluntarily remain on layoff in the event of a recall by requesting such action through a written waiver mutually agreed to and signed by the Appointing Authority and the supervisor. Once the supervisor elects to sign the waiver of recall, such supervisor shall not be able to exercise his/her seniority rights for recall for the duration of the summer school. The Appointing Authority agrees to provide a signed copy of any waiver of recall to both the Association and the supervisor. Any waiver of recall by a supervisor is not to be considered a refusal to return to work and shall not be considered to be a break in continuous service. This section does not, in any way, constitute a forfeiture of the Appointing Authority's right to recall laid off supervisors, whenever necessary, to carry out the functions and needs of the summer school programs. Notification of intent to return to work may be made in writing and hand delivered, provided that a written receipt of such notification is given.

  • Millwright The rest period provided for under Paragraph c) of this Subsection is eliminated to allow an employee to finish work 15 minutes earlier, or it may be worked and paid at the applicable wage rate.

  • Xxxxxx It is mutually agreed that the Dover Xxxxxxxx entrance design of this date will not contravene the Canadian Standard Agreement and appendices thereto, when the following practices are instituted.

  • Research, Science and Technology Cooperation 1. The aims of cooperation in research, science and technology, carried out in the mutual interest of the Parties and in compliance with their policies, will be: (a) to build on existing agreements already in place for cooperation on research, science and technology; (b) to encourage, where appropriate, government agencies, research institutions, universities, private companies and other research organizations in the Parties to conclude direct arrangements in support of cooperative activities, programs or projects within the framework of this Agreement, specially related to trade and commerce; and (c) to focus cooperative activities towards sectors where mutual and complementary interests exist, with special emphasis on information and communication technologies and software development to facilitate trade between the Parties. 2. The Parties will encourage and facilitate, as appropriate, the following activities including, but not limited to:

  • Middle School The teacher’s day shall be six (6) hours and fifty (50) minutes excluding time set aside for duty free lunch. Except on half days, each teacher shall have five (5) assigned periods each school day, and one unassigned period of fifty five (55) minutes duration. Each teacher shall have a Silent Sustained Reading (SSR) period of 18 minutes. It is understood that each teacher shall be in his/her building at least eight (8) minutes prior to the start of his/her assignment and, in order to ensure the proper supervision and safety of students, shall be at his/her place of assignment at least five (5) minutes prior to the start of such assignment. Each teacher shall remain in the building at five (5) minutes after the completion of his/her assignment.

  • Technology License 4.1 Unless any event described in Article 2.2 or 2.3 of this Agreement occurs, all of the technology required to be licensed for any of Party B’s business shall be provided by Party A on an exclusive basis. Party A will try its best to license Party B to use the technology owned by Party A, or re-license Party B to use the technology as approved by the owner.