No Copying of Products Sample Clauses

No Copying of Products. Dealer undertakes not to copy, produce, make, modify or manufacture or assist any other party to copy, produce, make, modify or manufacture the Products or any part thereof or any literature or media related thereto for use, sale or any other purpose. Dealer shall preserve the confidentiality of Absolute S.p.A. and AXX trade secrets, business plans, product designs, marketing, strategies, customer lists, supplier lists, and all other confidential or propriety information, according to the provisions of Section 12 of this Agreement.

Related to No Copying of Products

  • Marketing of Production Except for contracts listed and in effect on the date hereof on Schedule 7.19, and thereafter either disclosed in writing to the Administrative Agent or included in the most recently delivered Reserve Report (with respect to all of which contracts the Borrower represents that it or its Subsidiaries are receiving a price for all production sold thereunder which is computed substantially in accordance with the terms of the relevant contract and are not having deliveries curtailed substantially below the subject Property’s delivery capacity), no material agreements exist which are not cancelable on 60 days notice or less without penalty or detriment for the sale of production from the Borrower’s or its Subsidiaries’ Hydrocarbons (including, without limitation, calls on or other rights to purchase, production, whether or not the same are currently being exercised) that (a) pertain to the sale of production at a fixed price and (b) have a maturity or expiry date of longer than six (6) months from the date hereof.

  • Manufacture of Products All Products marketed through Grantor's Web ------------------------- Site shall be manufactured, packaged, prepared, and shipped in accordance with the specifications and requirements described on Exhibit A hereto as it may be modified from time to time. Quality control standards relating to the Product's weight, color, consistency, micro-biological content, labeling and packaging are also set forth on Exhibit A. In the event that Exhibit A is incomplete, Products shall be manufactured and shipped in accordance with industry standards.

  • Manufacture of Product Prior to commercialization of the Product, the Parties may, if appropriate for both parties, negotiate in good faith a manufacturing and supply agreement to provide for Licensor to fulfill the manufacturing requirements of Licensee for Product for sale in the European market. The cost of such manufacturing shall not be greater than * percent (*%) of the cost of any competitor cGMP contract manufacturing facility that proposes to manufacturer the Product for Licensee. * Confidential information has been omitted and filed confidentially with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • 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.

  • Payment for Forest Products Delivered Purchaser agrees to pay the State for delivered forest products at the following rate: $0.00/MBF $250.00/MBF for incorrect species delivery* $20/mbf for Utility logs (Adjusted Gross). Purchaser agrees to increase the above delivered payment rate as approved by the State in the event the location of delivery is changed per the G-026.2 clause. Purchaser will not be billed for any delivered logs that are scaled as containing metal. *When two or more log sorts from this project are delivered to the same destination, the species contained in them are not eligible for the species price reduction. P-036.2 Missorts and Payment Reduction for Delivered Forest Products Forest Products delivered that do not meet the sorting specifications in G-022.2 are considered mis-sorts. Purchaser receiving mis-sort Forest Products is required to pay the State at the bid price under this contract. However, when mis-sorted Forest Products amount to more than 5% of the total delivered sort volume, Purchaser may request approval for payment reduction for delivered volume exceeding the mis-sort threshold. Requests for payment reduction must be submitted to the State in writing prior to contract expiration. Eligibility for mis-sort payment reduction is subject to State approval and shall be determined by the State’s delivered product analysis. Forest Products determined by the State eligible for mis-sort price reduction are not eligible for any other price adjustments. Payment reduction for Forest Products deemed mis-sorted will be calculated as follows: Payment Reduction = (B x M) x R Where: B = Bid rate from P-028.2 clause M = Mis-sorted volume exceeding threshold excluding utility R = Reduction factor* 0.2 for diameter mis-sort 0.3 for high quality mis-sort *Logs eligible for payment reduction based on multiple reduction factors will be calculated at the higher payment reduction factor. Third-party scaling organization information is required to determine Xxxxxxxx mbf for payment reduction purposes. Value will be derived from the applicable sort value as described in this contract. Scale information for determining mis-sort payment reduction eligibility must be obtained from roll-out scale. Truck-ramp, sample scaling, and/or bundle scaling information is not acceptable for determining eligibility. Purchaser’s exclusive remedy for mis-sorts shall be the payment reduction described in this clause, notwithstanding other provisions in the Uniform Commercial Code P-037.2 Mismanufacture and Payment Reduction for Delivered Forest Products Forest Products delivered that do not meet preferred log length specifications or multiples or combinations of preferred lengths and Forest Products delivered not meeting manufacturing standards as described in clause G-024.2 are considered mis- manufactured. Purchaser receiving mis-manufactured Forest Products is required to pay the State at the bid price under this contract. However, when mis-manufactured Forest Products amount to more than 8% of the total delivered sort volume, Purchaser may request approval for payment reduction for delivered volume exceeding the mis-manufacture threshold. Requests for payment reduction must be submitted to the State in writing prior to contract expiration. Eligibility for mis-manufacture payment reduction is subject to State approval and shall be determined by the State’s delivered product analysis. Forest Products determined by the State eligible for mis-manufacture price reductions are not eligible for any other price adjustments. Payment reduction for Forest Products deemed mis-manufactured will be calculated as follows: Payment Reduction = (B x M) x (0.2) Where: B = Bid rate from P-028.2 clause M = Mis-manufactured volume exceeding threshold excluding utility Third-party scaling organization information is required to determine Xxxxxxxx mbf for payment reduction purposes. Value will be derived from the applicable sort value as described in this contract. Scale information for determining mis-manufacture payment reduction eligibility must be obtained from roll-out scale. Truck-ramp, sample scaling, and/or bundle scaling information is not acceptable for determining eligibility. Purchaser’s exclusive remedy for mis-manufacture shall be the payment reduction described in this clause, notwithstanding other provisions in the Uniform Commercial Code.

  • Sale of Products Each product that has been sold by Seller in connection with the Acquired Business to any Person conformed and complied in all material respects with the terms and requirements of any applicable warranty or other Contract. No product manufactured or sold by Seller in connection with the Acquired Business has been the subject of any recall or other similar action; and no event has occurred, and no condition or circumstance exists, that, to Seller’s knowledge, might (with or without notice or lapse of time) give rise to or serve as a basis for any such recall or other similar action relating to any such product.

  • Supply of Products TheraSense shall be responsible for the ------------------ manufacture of FreeStyle Products for sale to Nipro.

  • Supply of Product The JDC shall be responsible for determining the sources of, and arrangements for, the manufacture and supply of Products that the JDC believes will result in long-term profit maximization for such Products. The JDC shall endeavor to [ * ].

  • Return of Products You are required to return the Products under this Lease. Upon the termination of this Lease You shall, after receiving an Equipment Return Authorization (“ERA”) number from Us, promptly send the Products, at Your expense, to any location(s) that We designate, in addition to paying Us Our then-applicable processing fee. The Products must be properly packed for shipment with the ERA number clearly visible, freight prepaid and fully insured, and must be received in good condition, less normal wear and tear.

  • Purchase of Products During the term of this Agreement, Distributor shall purchase the Products from TMP, pursuant to individual purchase orders, at the average wholesale price as may be set from time to time by TMP, plus any applicable taxes and shipping (together, the “AWP”). Distributor’s rights to purchase the Products from TMP under this Agreement shall be non-exclusive and TMP shall have the right to sell the Products directly to Physicians or to other distributors. All Products are sold as is and all sales shall be final and no Products shall be subject to return by Distributor to TMP. TMP shall issue an invoice with respect to each Product sold to Distributor. Distributor shall pay for the Products purchased from TMP under “Net 360 Invoices”, which Net 360 Invoices shall be subject to a timely/early pay discount. Distributor shall be responsible for paying the AWP minus any applicable timely/early payment and/or distributor discount under such invoices (as more fully set forth on the price sheets attached hereto as Appendix 1) directly to TMP within the earlier of (i) three hundred and sixty days (360) days from the issuance date of such invoice submitted by TMP to Distributor or (ii) if a Billing and Services Agreement has been entered into, within five (5) days after Distributor receives a demand for payment from TMP relating to Products that were previously sold to Distributor and resold by Distributor to Physician that have, as of the time of the demand, resulted in Physician receiving a Physician Payment, which demands shall be made by TMP to Distributor every two (2) weeks.