Publishing Sample Clauses

Publishing. Unless approved by the Company in writing, I will not publish anything in the Company’s business areas of interest during my Relationship with the Company.
Publishing. The supervisor has the right to publish the results from the master's thesis, but the student shall normally be the first author if the publication is mainly about the results of the thesis. If the results from the thesis are only part of a publication, the student shall be co-author.
Publishing. To publish or license for publication the screenplay of each motion picture version in English or any other language and in any part of the world, including novelizations based on the Work.
Publishing. UNIVERSITY reserves to itself and its employees the sole right to publish the results of the Project in whole or in part as they deem appropriate. In order that premature public disclosure of such information does not adversely affect the interests of the parties, the UNIVERSITY shall provide SPONSOR with a copy of each manuscript pertaining to the Project that is intended for publication. SPONSOR may request delay in publication for a period not to exceed sixty (60) days from the date on which SPONSOR receives the manuscript. If SPONSOR does not make a written request for delay in publication within thirty (30) days after receipt of a manuscript, UNIVERSITY shall be free to publish the manuscript at any time after the end of the thirty (30) days. SPONSOR’s right to request a delay in publication shall not apply to any thesis or dissertation.
Publishing. As provided in Sections 6 and 7 above, data resulting from the Consultant’s provision of Service pursuant to this Agreement, or the use of or access to Confidential Information, shall be an Invention owned by the Company and subject to confidential treatment. The Consultant shall not directly or indirectly (including, without limitation, by publication) disclose any such data or other Company Inventions or Confidential Information without the prior written consent of the Company. The Company shall have full editorial control with respect to any proposed publication by the Consultant that includes or makes reference to such data or other Company Inventions or Confidential Information (with the prior written consent of the Company), including without the limitation the rights to (a) not publish or make public such data or other Company Inventions or Confidential Information, (b) remove any such data or other Company Inventions or Confidential Information contained therein, and (c) protect its rights to any patentable Inventions set forth therein. As provided in Section 7 above, any such publication shall be an Invention owned by the Company.
Publishing. During the term of this Agreement and for a period of one (1) year thereafter, Consultant shall submit to Boston Scientific any paper Consultant intends to publish relating to the Field of Consultation of this Agreement, and shall not submit any such paper to a publisher or other party prior to the expiration of forty-five (45) days from the date an outline of the paper is submitted to Boston Scientific. If Boston Scientific determines in good faith during such period that publication or presentation of such paper would be detrimental to its intellectual property interests, Consultant shall work in good faith with Boston Scientific to retract or modify the paper to remove all language which is detrimental to Boston Scientific’s intellectual property interests, or, in the alternative and at Boston Scientific’s election, shall refrain from submitting such paper to a publisher or other party for an additional 120 days to permit Boston Scientific to file patent applications or take other steps to protect its intellectual property interests. During the term of this Agreement and for a period of one (1) year thereafter, Consultant shall also submit to Company for review, on a confidential basis, any patent applications relating to the Field of Consultation naming Consultant as an inventor, either alone or with others, which Consultant or any third party intends to file with any U.S. or international patent offices in advance of the filing of any such application. Boston Scientific shall have thirty (30) days in which to review such applications. If Boston Scientific makes a good faith determination, within such period, that the filing of such an application would be contrary to its intellectual property rights set forth herein, Consultant shall amend, or cause to be amended, such proposed patent application to remove any language that is determined by Boston Scientific to be contrary to its intellectual property rights hereunder.
Publishing a system that does not comply with or goes against Didi's business policy or the Platform Rules;
Publishing. The Licensee owns 50% of publishing rights as music artist and/or songwriter. The Licensor owns 50% of publishing rights as music producer and/or songwriter.
Publishing. Licensor grants Licensee 0% of publishing rights. Licensor maintains all publishing rights.
Publishing. The Parties acknowledge and agree that the goals of the CMI may be met by both public disclosure of results of CMI Affiliates Fund projects and by protection of patentable subject matter arising or resulting from CMI Affiliates Fund projects. The Parties agree to secure internal pre-publication review and, if appropriate, provide all authors performing work on the publication content, an opportunity for review and comment. The publishing Party also agrees to submit the publication for review to the CMI Director at CMIpubreview@ameslab.gov. The Parties, authors and CMI Director shall have up to 45 days, from notification, in which to provide publishing Party with comments. If comments have been received, the publishing Party will consider and remedy such comments in good faith and is afterwards free to publish. Remedies may include, but are not limited to, exclusion of proprietary data or Confidential Information if academic integrity is not affected, delay of publication until proper intellectual property protection is in place, and the delay of a thesis or dissertation for not more than six months to be able to protect the proprietary interests. Parties and authors may suggest modifications, but cannot restrict the publication/presentation of the research results. The authors shall be acknowledged in accordance with customary scientific practice.