Protection of Intellectual Property Sample Clauses

Protection of Intellectual Property. Subject to and except as permitted by the Credit Agreement, such Grantor shall use commercially reasonable efforts not to do any act or omit to do any act whereby any of the Intellectual Property that is material to the business of Grantor may lapse, expire, or become abandoned, or unenforceable, except as would not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect.
Protection of Intellectual Property. In the event that any of the Debtor’s Intellectual Property is infringed upon, or misappropriated or diluted by a third party, the Debtor shall notify the Secured Party promptly after the Debtor learns thereof. The Debtor shall, unless the Secured Party shall determine that such Intellectual Property is in no way material to the conduct of its business or operations, promptly sue for, and seek recovery of any and all damages resulting from such infringement, misappropriation or dilution, and shall take such other actions as the Secured Party shall deem necessary under the circumstances to protect such Intellectual Property.
Protection of Intellectual Property. Each of the Company and the Subsidiaries has taken reasonable security measures to protect the secrecy, confidentiality and value of all their Intellectual Property in all material aspects, including, but not limited to complying with all duty of disclosure requirements before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and any other non-U.S. Patent Offices as appropriate, and has no reason to believe that such Intellectual Property is not or, if not yet patented or registered, would not be, valid and enforceable against an unauthorized user.
Protection of Intellectual Property. Each Loan Party shall (a) protect, defend and maintain the validity and enforceability of any Intellectual Property material to the business of the Loan Parties and (b) not allow any Intellectual Property material to the Loan Parties’ business to be abandoned, forfeited or dedicated to the public without Agent’s prior written consent. Each Loan Party shall at all times use commercially reasonable efforts to conduct its business without, in any material respect, infringing, misappropriating, diluting, violating, or otherwise impairing the Intellectual Property of any other Person. Each Loan Party shall remain liable under each of its Intellectual Property licenses pursuant to which it is a licensee that are material to such Loan Party’s business, and shall observe and perform, in all material respects, all of the conditions and obligations to be observed and performed by it thereunder. None of Agent or any Lender shall have any obligation or liability under any such license by reason of or arising out of any Loan Document, the granting of a Lien, if any, in such license or the receipt by Agent (on behalf of itself and Lenders) of any payment relating to any such license. If after the Closing Date any Loan Party (i) obtains any patent, registered trademark or servicemark, registered copyright, registered mask work, or any pending application for any of the foregoing, whether as owner, licensee or otherwise, or (ii) applies for any patent or the registration of any trademark, servicemark, copyright or mask work, in each case that is material to any such Loan Party, then such Loan Party shall concurrently with the delivery of the next Compliance Certificate in accordance with this Agreement provide written notice thereof to Agent and shall promptly execute an Intellectual Property Security Agreement (or updates to the Exhibits to the Intellectual Property Security Agreement previously delivered if not filed at such time by Agent) and other documents and take such other actions as Agent shall request to protect or perfect and maintain a first priority perfected security interest (which will be effective as provided herein) in favor of Agent, for the benefit of Lenders, in such Property. If requested by Agent, each Loan Party shall promptly provide to Agent copies of all applications that it files for patents or for the registration of trademarks, servicemarks, copyrights or mask works.
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Protection of Intellectual Property. Borrower shall take all necessary actions to: (a) protect, defend and maintain the validity and enforceability of its Intellectual Property to the extent material to the conduct of its business now or heretofore conducted by it or proposed to be conducted by it, (b) promptly advise Agent in writing of material infringements of its Intellectual Property of which any Executive Officer of Borrower has knowledge and, should the Intellectual Property be material to Borrower’s business and should Borrower have enforcement rights with respect to such Intellectual Property, promptly sue for infringement, misappropriation or dilution and to recover any and all damages [*] Certain information in this document has been omitted and filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Confidential treatment has been requested with respect to the omitted portions. for such infringement, misappropriation or dilution, (c) not allow any Intellectual Property material to Borrower’s business to be abandoned, forfeited or dedicated to the public without Agent’s written consent, and (d) notify Agent reasonably promptly (but in any event within 3 Business Days) if it knows or has reason to know that any application or registration relating to any patent, trademark or copyright (now or hereafter existing) material to its business may become abandoned or dedicated, or if any adverse determination or development (including the institution of, or any such determination or development in, any proceeding in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the United States Copyright Office or any court) regarding Borrower’s ownership of any Intellectual Property material to its business, its right to register the same, or to keep and maintain the same. Borrower shall remain liable under each of its Intellectual Property licenses pursuant to which it is a licensee (“Licenses”) to observe and perform all of the conditions and obligations to be observed and performed by it thereunder. None of Agent or any Lender shall have any obligation or liability under any such License by reason of or arising out of this Agreement, the granting of a lien, if any, in such License or the receipt by Agent (on behalf of itself and Lenders) of any payment relating to any such License. None of Agent or any Lender shall be required or obligated in any manner to perform or fulfill any of the obligations of Borrower under or pursuant to any License, or to make any payment, or to make any inquiry as to...
Protection of Intellectual Property. While any Obligations remain outstanding Borrower shall (i) protect, defend and maintain the validity and enforceability of its Intellectual Property material to Borrower’s business and promptly advise Lender in writing of material infringements, and (ii) not allow any Intellectual Property material to Borrower’s business to be abandoned, forfeited or dedicated to the public without Lender’s written consent.
Protection of Intellectual Property. Executive agrees that all inventions, innovations, improvements, developments, methods, techniques, processes, algorithms, data, databases, designs, analyses, drawings, reports, and all similar or related information, all software, copyrights, and other works of authorship, all other intellectual property or proprietary rights (including any patents, registrations or similar rights that may issue from the foregoing), and all tangible embodiments of any of the foregoing (in any form or medium, whether now known or hereafter existing), which relate to CDTI’s or any Affiliate’s actual or anticipated business, research and development or existing or future products or services and which are conceived, developed, contributed to, or made by Executive while employed by CDTI or any Affiliate thereof (collectively, “Work Product”), belong to and are the property of CDTI or such Affiliate, as applicable, and Executive hereby assigns to CDTI or such Affiliate, as applicable, any right, title and interest Executive may have in and to the Work Product, free and clear of any claims for compensation or restrictions on the use or ownership thereof. Executive will promptly disclose such Work Product to CDTI and perform all actions reasonably requested by CDTI (whether during or after his employment) to establish, record, perfect and otherwise confirm such ownership, and protect, maintain and enforce CDTI’s and the Affiliate’s rights, as applicable, in such Work Product (including, without limitation, by executing assignments, consents, powers of attorney, and other instruments and providing affidavits and testifying in any proceeding).
Protection of Intellectual Property. Subject to the Credit Agreement, such Grantor shall not do any act or omit to do any act whereby any of the Intellectual Property which is material to the business of Grantor may lapse, expire, or become abandoned, or unenforceable.