Joint Commercialization Committee Sample Clauses

Joint Commercialization Committee or “JCC” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3.1.
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Joint Commercialization Committee or “JCC” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.1(a).
Joint Commercialization Committee or “JCC” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.4.
Joint Commercialization Committee or “JCC” means the committee formed by the Parties as described in Section 2.4.
Joint Commercialization Committee. The Clinical Development and Collaboration Agreement shall, among other things, require that for so long as the Transferee (or a Permitted Transferee) is preparing to Commercialize a Covered Product(s) in the Territory, the day-to-day Commercialization preparation work shall be conducted under the direction of a Joint Commercialization Committee (“Joint Commercialization Committee” or “JCC”) and supply chain audit procedures. The JCC shall be comprised of an equal number of representatives from the Transferee and Company. All JCC decisions will be made by unanimous vote. If the JCC is unable to decide or resolve any matter properly presented to it for action, then the decision of the Transferee shall be final and in compliance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement and Law. Prior to the First Commercial Sale of a Covered Product (or such longer period as the Parties may agree in writing), the JCC will be responsible for coordinating any amendments to the plan for Commercialization of Covered Product(s) in the Territory, for overseeing performance of the Commercialization program, and for making operational decisions related to that program. Periodically, a member of the JCC for each party shall provide to the other party a reasonably detailed summary of the Commercialization activities conducted in the Territory. The JCC will jointly prepare and provide to each Party on at least a Calendar Quarter basis a report, via e-mail, regarding the status of Commercialization activities hereunder.
Joint Commercialization Committee. The JCC shall be established by the parties and shall be comprised of eight members, four of whom shall be appointed by Depomed and four of whom shall be appointed by King. Each party’s respective initial appointments to the JCC are set forth on Schedule 3.2 hereto. A party may change any of its representatives at any time if a new person is appointed to any of the foregoing positions by giving written notice to the other party. The total number of JCC members may be changed by unanimous vote of the JCC from time to time as appropriate; provided, that the JCC shall in all cases be comprised of an equal number of members from each of Depomed and King. King and Depomed each will designate one representative of such party to serve as co-chairs of the JCC (the “Co-Chairs”). The members appointed to the JCC by each party shall be employees of such party and shall be vested with appropriate decision-making authority and power by such party. The Chief Executive Officers of King and Depomed, the Chief Operating Officer of Depomed, and the Chief Commercial Officer of King shall not be members of the JCC.
Joint Commercialization Committee or “JCC” means the committee formed by the Parties as described in Section 2.3(a).
Joint Commercialization Committee and "JCC" shall have the meanings given such terms in Section 3.3(a).
Joint Commercialization Committee or “JCC” means the Joint Commercialization Committee formed by the Parties, as described in Section 3.9, promptly but not less than fifteen (15) Business Days after Ambit has first exercised the Co-Promotion Option.
Joint Commercialization Committee or “JCC” shall have the meaning set forth in Section 7.2 of the Patent and Know-How License Agreement.