Publicity Restrictions Sample Clauses

Publicity Restrictions. Company shall not use the name of Medical School or any of its trustees, officers, faculty, students, employees, or agents, or any adaptation of such names, or any terms of this Agreement in any promotional material or other public announcement or disclosure without the prior written consent of Medical School. The foregoing notwithstanding, Company shall have the right to disclose such information without the consent of Medical School in any prospectus, offering memorandum, or other document or filing required by applicable securities laws or other applicable law or regulation, provided that Company shall have given Medical School at least ten (10) days (or such prior shorter period in order to enable Company to make a timely announcement, while affording the Medical School the maximum feasible time to review the announcement) prior written notice of the proposed text for the purpose of giving Medical School the opportunity to comment on such text.
Publicity Restrictions. Neither party may use the name of the other or any of its trustees, officers, directors, faculty, students, employees, or agents, or any adaptation of their names, or any terms of this Agreement in any promotional material or other public announcement or disclosure without the prior written consent of the other. The foregoing notwithstanding, (a) Company may disclose that information without the consent of University in any prospectus, offering memorandum, or other document or filing required by applicable securities laws or other applicable law or regulation, provided that Company provides University at least [*] days prior written notice of the proposed text for the purpose of giving University the opportunity to comment on the text, and (b) University may disclose the Company as a licensee of University technology.
Publicity Restrictions. Subject to Section 9.1.3, the Company and its Sublicensees shall not use the name or logo of Ramot, TAU or any of their trustees, officers, faculty, researchers, students, employees, or agents, or any adaptation of such names, in any promotional material or other public announcement or disclosure relating to the subject matter of this Agreement without the prior written consent of Ramot.
Publicity Restrictions. Except as may be required by applicable Requirements of Law, none of the parties hereto shall issue a publicity release or public announcement or otherwise make any disclosure concerning this Agreement, the transactions contemplated hereby without prior approval by the other party hereto; provided that each Purchaser may disclose on its worldwide web pages and its offering materials, if any, the name of the Company, the name of the Chief Executive Officer of the Company, a brief description of the business of the Company consistent with the Commission Documents or the Company's press releases or other public statements, the Company's logo and the aggregate amount of such Purchaser's investment in the Company. If any announcement is required by applicable law or the rules of any securities exchange or market on which such shares of Common Stock are traded to be made by any party hereto, prior to making such announcement such party will deliver a draft of such announcement to the other parties and shall give the other parties reasonable opportunity to comment thereon. The parties agree to attribute and otherwise indicate ownership of the other party's trademarks and logos.
Publicity Restrictions. Licensee may not use the name of University or any of its trustees, officers, faculty, students, employees, or agents or any adaptation of those names or any terms of this Agreement in any promotional material or other public announcement or disclosure without the prior written consent of University.
Publicity Restrictions. Customer will notify FLIPBELT. Customer will not hold itself out as a representative of FLIPBELT in any interview or statement, whether or not it is recorded, and whether or not it is intended for such publication.
Publicity Restrictions. Without the other party’s prior written approval, neither party will (a) make or provide any public or private statement or disclosure concerning the existence of or any aspect of this Agreement, whether the parties have shared any Confidential Information with each other, or the discussions between the parties; or (b) use the name, likeness or trademarks of the other party or its Representatives, employees or affiliates to express or imply any relationship or affiliation between the parties, or any endorsement of any product or service. For purposes hereof, the information specified in this Section 15 shall be deemed Confidential Information hereunder.
Publicity Restrictions. Sponsor shall not use the name of Ramot, TAU or any of their trustees, officers, faculty, students, employees, or agents, or any adaptation of such names, or any terms of this Agreement in any promotional material or other public announcement or disclosure without the prior written consent of Ramot. Ramot is aware Sponsor is a fully owned subsidiary of a public traded company and is aware Sponsor has reporting and announcement obligations regarding the signing and executing of this agreement. Ramot hereby gives its consent to these reports and/or announcements as required by law or regulations. Ramot also agrees that Sponsor will describe in general terms the project in its presentation and company files (without disclosing any Confidential Information). Nothing in this Section 8.1 shall be construed as prohibiting Sponsor from citing scientific articles published by faculty, students and/or employees of TAU.
Publicity Restrictions. None of the Parties shall issue any press release or otherwise make any public statements or disclosure with respect to the execution or performance of this Framework Agreement or the Transactions without the prior written consent of the other Parties; provided, however, that no Party shall be restrained from making such disclosure as may be required by applicable law or by the listing agreement with or regulations of any stock exchange (in which case the Party seeking to make such disclosure shall promptly notify the other Parties thereof and the Parties shall use reasonable efforts to cause a mutually agreeable release or announcement to be issued); provided, further, that each Party may make public statements, disclosures or communications in response to inquiries from the press, analysts, investors, customers or suppliers or via industry conferences or analyst or investor conference calls, so long as such statements, disclosures or communications are not inconsistent in tone and substance with previous public statements, disclosures or communications jointly made by the Parties or to the extent that they have been reviewed and previously approved by each of the Parties.