Publications Sample Clauses

Publications. Neither Party shall publicly present or publish results of studies carried out under this Agreement (each such presentation or publication a “Publication”) without the opportunity for prior review by the other Party, except to the extent otherwise required by Applicable Law, in which case Section 12.3 shall apply with respect to disclosures required by the SEC and/or for regulatory filings. The submitting Party shall provide the other Party the opportunity to review any proposed Publication at least thirty (30) days prior to the earlier of its presentation or intended submission for publication. The submitting Party agrees, upon request by the other Party, not to submit or present any Publication until the other Party has had thirty (30) days to comment on any material in such Publication. The submitting Party shall consider the comments of the other Party in good faith, but will retain the sole authority to submit the manuscript for Publication; provided that the submitting Party agrees to delay such Publication as necessary to enable the Parties to file a Patent if such Publication might adversely affect such Patent. The submitting Party shall provide the other Party a copy of the Publication at the time of the submission or presentation. Notwithstanding the foregoing, BMS shall not have the right to publish or present Ambrx’s Confidential Information without Ambrx’s prior written consent, and Ambrx shall not have the right to publish or present BMS’ Confidential Information without BMS’ prior written consent. Each Party agrees to acknowledge the contributions of the other Party, and the employees of the other Party, in all publications as scientifically appropriate. This Section 12.4 shall not limit and shall be subject to Section 12.5. Nothing contained in this Section 12.4 shall prohibit the inclusion of information in a patent application claiming, and in furtherance of, the manufacture, use, sale or formulation of a Compound, provided that the non-filing Party is given a reasonable opportunity to review, comment upon and/or approve the information to be included prior to submission of such patent application, where and to the extent required by Article 9 hereof. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Parties recognize that independent investigators have been engaged, and will be engaged in the future, to conduct Clinical Trials of Compounds and Products. The Parties recognize that such investigators operate in an academic environment and may release inf...
Publications. 6.1 Sponsor recognizes that under University policy, the results of University research must be publishable and agrees that researchers engaged in the Project shall be permitted to present research results at symposia, national or regional professional meetings, and to publish in journals, theses or dissertations, or otherwise of their own choosing, methods and results of the Project, provided, however, that Sponsor shall have been furnished copies of any proposed publication or presentation at least one (1) month in advance of the submission of such proposed publication or presentation to a journal, editor, or other third party. Sponsor shall have thirty (30) days, after receipt of said copies, to object to such proposed presentation or proposed publication because there is patentable subject matter or proprietary information of Sponsor that needs protection. In the event that Sponsor makes such objection, said researcher(s) shall refrain from making such publication or presentation for a maximum of six (6) months from date of receipt of such objection in order for University to file patent application(s) with the United States Patent and Trademark Office and/or foreign patent office(s) directed to the patentable subject matter contained in the proposed publication or presentation. Sponsor does not possess a right to delay publication if the publication or presentation contains only findings and conclusions of basic science or results that would not affect the ability of Sponsor to obtain a patent.
Publications. The Parties acknowledge that scientific lead-time is a key element of the value of the research and development activities under the Collaboration and further agree that scientific publications must be strictly monitored to prevent any adverse effect from premature publication of results of the research or development activities hereunder. At least sixty (60) days prior to submission of any material related to the research or development activities hereunder for publication or presentation, the submitting Party shall provide to the other Party a draft of such material for its review and comment. The receiving Party shall provide any comments to the submitting Party within sixty (60) days of receipt of such materials. No publication or presentation with respect to the research or development activities hereunder shall be made unless and until the other Party's comments on the proposed publication or presentation have been addressed and changes have been agreed upon and any information determined by the other Party to be Confidential Information has been removed. If requested in writing by the other Party, the submitting Party shall withhold material from submission for publication or presentation for an additional sixty (60) days to allow for the filing of a patent application or the taking of such measures to establish and preserve proprietary rights in the information in the material being submitted for publication or presentation.
Publications. Subject to any Third Party rights existing as of the ------------ Effective Date, each Party shall submit to the Joint Development Committee or Joint Marketing Committee, as applicable (hereinafter referred to as the "Applicable Committee") for review and approval all proposed academic, -------------------- scientific and medical publications and public presentations relating to a Collaboration Product or any research or Development activities under this Agreement for review in connection with preservation of Patent Rights, and trade secrets and/or to determine whether Confidential Information should be modified or deleted from the proposed publication or public presentation. Written copies of such proposed publications and presentations shall be submitted to the Applicable Committee no later than sixty (60) days before submission for publication or presentation and the Applicable Committee shall provide its comments with respect to such publications and presentations within ten (10) Business Days of its receipt of such written copy. The review period may be extended for an additional thirty (30) days if a representative of the non-publishing Party on the Applicable Committee can demonstrate a reasonable need for such extension including, but not limited to, the preparation and filing of patent applications. By mutual agreement of the Parties, this period may be further extended. The Parties will each comply with standard academic practice regarding authorship of scientific publications and recognition of contribution of other parties in any publications relating to the Collaboration Products or any research or Development activities under this Agreement.
Publications. GlobeImmune and Gilead each acknowledge the other Party’s interest in publishing the results of the Development of the Licensed Vaccines. Each Party also recognizes the mutual interest in obtaining valid patent protection and in protecting business interests and trade secret information. Consequently, except for disclosures permitted pursuant to Sections 8.2 and 8.7, either Party, its Affiliates, or their respective employees or consultants wishing to make a publication or presentation relating to results obtained from its Development activities during the Collaboration with respect to the Licensed Vaccines or the Licensed Product that contains the Confidential Information of the other Party shall deliver to the other Party a (i) copy of any proposed written publication at least [*] prior to submission of such publication or (ii) an outline or copy of a proposed oral disclosure or presentation at least [*] prior to such oral disclosure or presentation. The reviewing Party shall have the right (a) to propose modifications to the publication or presentation for patent reasons, trade secret reasons or business reasons, or (b) to request a reasonable delay in publication or presentation in order to protect patentable information. If the reviewing Party requests a delay, the publishing Party shall delay submission or presentation for a period of [*] to enable patent applications protecting each Party’s rights in such information to be filed in accordance with Article 7 (Intellectual Property). Upon expiration of such [*] period, the publishing Party shall be free to proceed with the publication or presentation. If the reviewing Party requests modifications to the publication or presentation, the publishing Party shall edit such publication to prevent disclosure of trade secret, patentable or proprietary business information prior to submission of the publication or presentation. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, except for disclosures permitted pursuant to Section 8.2, GlobeImmune shall not make any publication or presentation relating to the Development, [*] or Commercialization of the Licensed Vaccines or Licensed Products, other than publications or disclosures that relate solely to GlobeImmune Platform Technology, without Gilead’s prior consent. For the avoidance of doubt, Gilead may publish results of the Development or Commercialization activities [*] of Licensed Vaccines and/or Licensed Products outside of the Collaboration that do not con...
Publications. Each party to this Agreement recognizes that the publication of papers regarding results of and other information regarding the Research Program, including oral presentations and abstracts, may be beneficial to both parties provided such publications are subject to reasonable controls to protect Confidential Information. Accordingly, a party shall have the right to review and comment on any material proposed for disclosure or publication by the other party, such as by oral presentation, manuscript or abstract, which utilizes data generated from the Research Program and/or includes Confidential Information of the other party. Before any such material is submitted for publication, the party proposing publication shall deliver a complete copy to the other party at least 45 days prior to submitting the material to a publisher or initiating any other disclosure. Such other party shall review any such material and give its comments to the party proposing publication within 30 days of the delivery of such material to such other party. With respect to oral presentation materials and abstracts, such other party shall make reasonable efforts to expedite review of such materials and abstracts, and shall return such items as soon as practicable to the party proposing publication with appropriate comments, if any, but in no event later than 30 days from the date of delivery to the non-publishing party. The publishing party shall comply with the other party’s request to delete references to the Confidential Information in any such material and agrees to delay any submission for publication or other public disclosure for a period of up to an additional 90 days for the purpose of preparing and filing appropriate patent applications.
Publications. All published material and written reports submitted under the Contract must be originally developed material unless otherwise specifically provided in the Contract. When material not originally developed is included in a report in any form, the source shall be identified.
Publications. Prior to any public disclosure or submission for publication by or on behalf of the Parties of a manuscript or other document describing the results of any aspect of the Collaborative Project or other scientific or clinical activity or collaboration between Tanabe and Signal or their Affiliates, the Party disclosing or submitting such a manuscript ("Disclosing Party") shall first send a copy of the manuscript to the applicable Joint Inflammation Committee or the Joint Osteoporosis Committee for their review for a period of 15 days. If such Research and Development Committee approves such publication, the Disclosing Party shall then send the other Party ("Responding Party") a copy of the manuscript to be submitted and shall allow the Responding Party not less than thirty (30) days from the date of receipt in which to determine whether the manuscript contains subject matter for which patent protection should be sought prior to publication of such manuscript for the purpose of protecting an invention of commercial value to the Responding Party, or whether the manuscript contains confidential information belonging to the Responding Party or whether such disclosure implicates issues regarding compliance with applicable securities laws. After the expiration of such thirty (30) day period, if the Responding Party has not objected in writing, the Disclosing Party may submit such manuscript for publication and publish or otherwise disclose to the public such research results. If the Responding Party believes the subject matter of the manuscript contains confidential information or a patentable invention of commercial value to the Responding Party, then prior to the expiration of such thirty (30) day period, the Responding Party shall notify the Disclosing Party in writing of its determination. Upon receipt of such written notice from the Responding Party, the Disclosing Party shall delay public disclosure of such information or submission of the manuscript to permit preparation and filing of a patent application on the disclosed subject matter. The Disclosing Party shall thereafter be free to publish or disclose such manuscript, except that the Disclosing Party may not disclose any confidential information of the Responding Party in violation of this Section 8 without the prior written consent of the Responding Party and that no publication of a patentable invention shall be made until a patent application covering such invention has been filed. Determination of au...
Publications. (a) Neither Party shall publish or present the results of the Research or development studies carried out on any Development Compound or Back-Up Compound until after completion of Phase I clinical development with respect thereto. Subject to the foregoing and the restrictions provided below, either Party may publish or present the results of the Research or of development studies carried out by it on such Development Compound, subject to the prior review by the other Party for patentability and protection of such other Party’s Confidential Information. Each Party shall provide to the other Party the opportunity to review any proposed abstracts, manuscripts or summaries of presentations which cover the results of the Research or of pre-Phase III clinical development of such Development Compound. Each party shall designate a person who shall be responsible for approving such publications. Such designated person shall respond in writing promptly and in no event later than sixty (60) days after receipt of the proposed material with either approval of the proposed material or a specific statement of concern, based upon either the need to seek patent protection or concern regarding competitive disadvantage arising from the proposal. In the event of concern, the submitting Party agrees not to submit such publication or to make such presentation that contains such information until the other Party is given a reasonable period of time (not to exceed ninety (90) days) to seek patent protection for any material in such publication or presentation which it believes is patentable or to resolve any other issues. This Section 9.2(a) shall cease to apply with respect to any Development Compound upon the commercial launch of a Licensed Product containing such Development Compound as an active ingredient. Furthermore, with respect to any proposed abstracts, manuscripts or summaries of presentations by investigators or other Third Parties, such materials shall be subject to review under this Section 9.2(a) to the extent that APSA or Targacept (as the case may be) has the right to do so.