Promotion of the Product Sample Clauses

Promotion of the Product. During the Term of this Agreement, Mylan shall use Commercially Reasonable Efforts to promote the Product in the Territory in order to maximize economic benefit to both parties to the fullest extent possible; provided, however, that Mylan shall not be deemed to have failed to abide by or have failed to perform in accordance with the foregoing standard if Mylan is prevented from performing or is hindered in its performance by any act or omission of Insys or by Force Majeure.
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Promotion of the Product. Distributor shall use commercially reasonable efforts to promote and distribute the Product to customers and potential customers in the Territory and realize the maximum sales potential for the Product in the Territory. Such promotion shall include, without limitation, face-to-face sales presentations, demonstration of the Product and applications thereof, direct mail, active participation and advertisement of the Product in trade publications within the Territory, and active participation in trade shows and exhibitions with and without Sunrise.
Promotion of the Product. Pfizer shall, at its own expense, use reasonable efforts in each Major Country where there exists a Registration or Other Registration to (i) vigorously and aggressively promote, within the bounds set by any applicable statute or regulation, the distribution of the Product on a worldwide basis, and (ii) realize the maximum sales potential for the Product in the Field; in all other countries, Pfizer shall use reasonable commercial efforts within the country to so distribute and sell the Product in the Field. In each country for which the necessary Registration or Other Registration to market the Product has been obtained and subject to the delivery of the Product by Draxis to Pfizer under the Manufacturing Agreements pursuant to the terms thereof, Pfizer shall undertake a bona fide launch of the Product and shall commence marketing the Product (either through an Affiliate, a sublicensee or one or more distributors) within three months (x) following the date on which any such Registration or Other Registration is effective or (y), if the U.S. Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome Registration is not then effective, within three months of the date on which the U.S.
Promotion of the Product. A. Local Promotion of the Product may be undertaken by either NDS or (BOARD), and each shall notify the other of planned campaigns, promotions, or special events concerning the Product. (BOARD) Members may cooperatively promote and advertise the Product in their normal course of business.
Promotion of the Product. The Distributor shall [****] to maximize its sales of the Product in the Territory and to educate customers of the use of the Product in the Territory.
Promotion of the Product. For a period of three (3) years following the first Launch Date in the United States, RELIANT shall use its commercially reasonable efforts to promote the Product utilizing a sales force consisting of at least one hundred fifty (150) sales representatives.
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Related to Promotion of the Product

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Promotion A promotion shall mean the transfer of an employee to a higher level position of more responsibility as well as salary.

  • Product ACCEPTANCE Unless otherwise provided by mutual agreement of the Authorized User and the Contractor, Authorized User(s) shall have thirty (30) days from the date of delivery to accept hardware products and sixty (60) days from the date of delivery to accept all other Product. Where the Contractor is responsible for installation, acceptance shall be from completion of installation. Failure to provide notice of acceptance or rejection or a deficiency statement to the Contractor by the end of the period provided for under this clause constitutes acceptance by the Authorized User(s) as of the expiration of that period. The License Term shall be extended by the time periods allowed for trial use, testing and acceptance unless the Commissioner or Authorized User agrees to accept the Product at completion of trial use. Unless otherwise provided by mutual agreement of the Authorized User and the Contractor, Authorized User shall have the option to run testing on the Product prior to acceptance, such tests and data sets to be specified by User. Where using its own data or tests, Authorized User must have the tests or representative set of data available upon delivery. This demonstration will take the form of a documented installation test, capable of observation by the Authorized User, and shall be made part of the Contractor’s standard documentation. The test data shall remain accessible to the Authorized User after completion of the test. In the event that the documented installation test cannot be completed successfully within the specified acceptance period, and the Contractor or Product is responsible for the delay, Authorized User shall have the option to cancel the order in whole or in part, or to extend the testing period for an additional thirty (30) day increment. Authorized User shall notify Contractor of acceptance upon successful completion of the documented installation test. Such cancellation shall not give rise to any cause of action against the Authorized User for damages, loss of profits, expenses, or other remuneration of any kind. If the Authorized User elects to provide a deficiency statement specifying how the Product fails to meet the specifications within the testing period, Contractor shall have thirty (30) days to correct the deficiency, and the Authorized User shall have an additional sixty (60) days to evaluate the Product as provided herein. If the Product does not meet the specifications at the end of the extended testing period, Authorized User, upon prior written notice to Contractor, may then reject the Product and return all defective Product to Contractor, and Contractor shall refund any monies paid by the Authorized User to Contractor therefor. Costs and liabilities associated with a failure of the Product to perform in accordance with the functionality tests or product specifications during the acceptance period shall be borne fully by Contractor to the extent that said costs or liabilities shall not have been caused by negligent or willful acts or omissions of the Authorized User’s agents or employees. Said costs shall be limited to the amounts set forth in the Limitation of Liability Clause for any liability for costs incurred at the direction or recommendation of Contractor.

  • 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.

  • Co-Promotion With respect to each Collaboration Product, the Parties shall enter into an agreement that sets forth the terms of the Parties’ Co-Promotion of such Collaboration Products in the Collaboration Territory no later than [**] prior to the anticipated First Commercial Sale of such Collaboration Product in the Collaboration Territory, such terms to be consistent with the high-level terms and principles set forth in this Section 7.6 (each such agreement, a “Co-Promotion Agreement”). The Parties shall Co-Promote the Collaboration Products in the Collaboration Territory pursuant to the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the applicable Co-Promotion Agreement, provided that Verve shall book all sales of Collaboration Products in the Collaboration Territory. Any Co-Promotion Agreement entered into by the Parties pursuant to this Section 7.6 will set forth the terms under which Beam will engage in the Co-Promotion of such Collaboration Product with Verve to primary care physicians, specialists, and other agreed target customers or stakeholders in the Collaboration Territory. Each Party will provide fifty percent (50%) of the promotional effort required to promote the Collaboration Product in the Collaboration Territory at launch and throughout Commercialization in this Agreement and the allocation of the promotional effort between the Parties will be made on an equitable basis as to both the quality and quantity of the activities to be undertaken, including the identity of target prescribers and the nature of the Details. Costs incurred by the Parties for Co-Promotion activities under the Co-Promotion Agreement shall be Shared Commercialization Costs unless otherwise mutually agreed by the Parties and expressly set forth in the Co-Promotion Agreement. For clarity, the applicable Co-Promotion Agreement shall automatically be terminated on the applicable Opt-Out Date in the event Beam exercises a Beam Opt-Out Option or Verve exercises a Verve Opt-Out Option with respect to a particular Collaboration Product.

  • 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.

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

  • Promotional Materials In the event that the Fund or the Adviser makes available any promotional materials related to the Securities or the transactions contemplated hereby intended for use only by registered broker-dealers and registered representatives thereof by means of an Internet web site or similar electronic means, the Adviser will install and maintain, or will cause to be installed and maintained, pre-qualification and password-protection or similar procedures which are reasonably designed to effectively prohibit access to such promotional materials by persons other than registered broker-dealers and registered representatives thereof.

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