Licensed Process Sample Clauses

Licensed Process. The term “Licensed Process” shall mean any method or process (a) claimed in a Valid Claim of any of the Licensed Patent Rights, (b) the practice of which would, in the absence of the license granted by this Agreement, infringe a Valid Claim of any of the Licensed Patent Rights, or (c) that utilizes or incorporates Licensed Biological Materials.
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Licensed Process. “LICENSED PROCESS” is understood as any process, the implementation of which would constitute, without a license, an infringement of the AGREEMENT PATENTS.
Licensed Process. Licensed Process means the process for converting coal and other carbonaceous materials into gas using a BGL Gasifier, BGL Proprietary Equipment and BGL Proprietary Know-how.
Licensed Process. The definition of "Licensed Process" at paragraph 1.3 of ---------------- the Agreement is hereby stricken in its entirety and the following substituted therefor:
Licensed Process. The term “Licensed Process” shall mean any process, the performance of which is covered by a Valid Claim of Licensed Patent Rights. Whether a process is a “Licensed Process” shall be determined on a country-by-country basis.

Related to Licensed Process

  • Licensed Product “Licensed Product” shall mean any article, composition, apparatus, substance, chemical material, method, process or service whose manufacture, use, or sale is covered or claimed by a Valid Claim within the Patent Rights. For clarity, a “Licensed Product” shall not include other product or material that (a) is used in combination with Licensed Product, and (b) does not constitute an article, composition, apparatus, substance, chemical material, method, process or service whose manufacture, use, or sale is covered or claimed by a Valid Claim within the Patent Rights.

  • Licensed Products Lessee will obtain no title to Licensed Products which will at all times remain the property of the owner of the Licensed Products. A license from the owner may be required and it is Lessee's responsibility to obtain any required license before the use of the Licensed Products. Lessee agrees to treat the Licensed Products as confidential information of the owner, to observe all copyright restrictions, and not to reproduce or sell the Licensed Products.

  • Commercialization Intrexon shall have the right to develop and Commercialize the Reverted Products itself or with one or more Third Parties, and shall have the right, without obligation to Fibrocell, to take any such actions in connection with such activities as Intrexon (or its designee), at its discretion, deems appropriate.

  • Licensed Territory Worldwide NIH Patent License Agreement—Exclusive APPENDIX C – ROYALTIES Royalties:

  • Marking of Licensed Products To the extent commercially feasible and consistent with prevailing business practices, Company shall xxxx, and shall cause its Affiliates and Sublicensees to xxxx, all Licensed Products that are manufactured or sold under this Agreement with the number of each issued patent under the Patent Rights that applies to such Licensed Product.

  • Commercialization Diligence Upon receipt of the Marketing Authorization for a Licensed Product in the Field in a given Region in the Territory, Lian (directly, or through its Affiliates, Sublicensees or contractors) will use Commercially Reasonable Efforts to Commercialize such Licensed Product in the Field in such Region in the Territory. Lian will have sole decision-making authority and discretion with respect to Commercializing the Licensed Product in the Field in the Territory. [***].

  • Licensed Technology The term "Licensed Technology" shall mean the ------------------- Licensed Patents, plus all improvements thereto developed by Licensor, and all related data, know-how and technology.

  • Development and Commercialization Subject to Sections 4.6 and 4.7, Fibrocell shall be solely responsible for the development and Commercialization of Fibrocell Products and Improved Products. Fibrocell shall be responsible for all costs incurred in connection with the Fibroblast Program except that Intrexon shall be responsible for the following: (a) costs of establishing manufacturing capabilities and facilities in connection with Intrexon’s manufacturing obligation under Section 4.6 (provided, however, that Intrexon may include an allocable portion of such costs, through depreciation and amortization, when calculating the Fully Loaded Cost of manufacturing a Fibrocell Product, to the extent such allocation, depreciation, and amortization is permitted by US GAAP, it being recognized that the majority of non-facilities scale-up costs cannot be capitalized and amortized under US GAAP); (b) costs of basic research with respect to the Intrexon Channel Technology and Intrexon Materials (i.e., platform improvements) but, for clarity, excluding research described in Section 4.7 or research requested by the JSC for the development of a Fibrocell Product or an Improved Product (which research costs shall be reimbursed by Fibrocell); (c) [*****]; and (d) costs of filing, prosecution and maintenance of Intrexon Patents. The costs encompassed within subsection (a) above shall include the scale-up of Intrexon Materials and related active pharmaceutical ingredients for clinical trials and Commercialization of Fibrocell Products undertaken pursuant to Section 4.6, which shall be at Intrexon’s cost whether it elects to conduct such efforts internally or through Third Party contractors retained by either Intrexon or Fibrocell (with Intrexon’s consent).

  • Manufacture (a) Manufacturer shall only manufacture the specific number of Products as requested by Company and at no time shall manufacture excess goods or overruns. Manufacturer shall not sell any Products bearing the Trademarks to any third parties without the express written consent of Company.

  • Commercialization Activities Within North America, the Parties will use Commercially Reasonable Efforts to Commercialize Licensed Products in the Field. In addition, within North America and subject to Section 2.7.6, the Parties will use Commercially Reasonable Efforts to conduct the Commercialization activities assigned to them pursuant to the Commercialization Plan/Budget, including the performance of detailing in accordance therewith. In conducting the Commercialization activities, the Parties will comply with all Applicable Laws, applicable industry professional standards and compliance policies of Celgene which have been previously furnished to Acceleron, as the same may be updated from time to time and provided to Acceleron. Neither Party shall make any claims or statements with respect to the Licensed Products that are not strictly consistent with the product labeling and the sales and marketing materials approved for use pursuant to the Commercialization Plan/Budget.

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