Recovery Sample Clauses

Recovery. Each Protected Person shall use its reasonable efforts to pursue other third-party sources of indemnification in respect of any Liabilities for which it or any Protected Person may require indemnification in accordance with this Section 4. If any Protected Person recovers any amounts in respect of any Liabilities from insurance coverage or any third-party source, then such Protected Person shall, to the extent that such recovery is duplicative, reimburse the Issuer for any amounts previously paid to it by the Issuer in respect of such Liabilities.
Recovery. II.26.1 Recovery at the time of payment of the balance II.26.2 Recovery after payment of the balance
Recovery. Except as otherwise agreed by the Parties in connection with a cost sharing arrangement or as provided in Section 8.4.4, any recovery realized as a result of any Infringement pursuant to this Section 8.4 (whether by way of settlement or otherwise) shall be first allocated to reimburse the Parties for their reasonable and verifiable costs and expenses in making such recovery (which amounts shall be allocated pro rata if insufficient to cover the totality of such expenses). Any remainder after such reimbursement is made shall be allocated [***] to the Party initiating the suit or action and [***] to the other Party.
Recovery. Any award paid by third parties as the result of such proceedings (whether by way of settlement or otherwise) shall first be applied to reimbursement of any legal fees and expenses incurred by either Party and then the remainder shall be divided between the Parties as follows:
Recovery. Any recovery obtained in an action brought by COMPANY under Sections 7.2 or 7.3 shall be distributed as follows: (i) each party shall be reimbursed for any expenses incurred in the action (including the amount of any royalty or other payments withheld from M.I.T. as described in Section 7.4), (ii) as to ordinary damages, COMPANY shall receive an amount equal to its lost profits or a reasonable royalty on the infringing sales, or whichever measure of damages the court shall have applied, and COMPANY shall pay to M.I.T. based upon such amount a reasonable approximation of the royalties and other amounts that COMPANY would have paid to M.I.T. if COMPANY had sold the infringing products, processes and services rather than the infringer, and (iii) as to special or punitive damages, the parties shall share equally in any award.
Recovery. II.18.1 If any amount is unduly paid to the beneficiary or if recovery is justified under the terms of the agreement, the beneficiary undertakes to repay the Commission the sum in question on whatever terms and by whatever date it may specify.
Recovery. II.26.1 Recovery II.26.2 Recovery procedure
Recovery. If ImmuMetrix sues under Section 14.4, then any recovery in excess of any unrecovered litigation costs and fees will be shared with Stanford as follows:
Recovery. II.19.1 Where an amount, paid by the Commission to the co-ordinator in his capacity of recipient of all payments, is to be recovered under the terms of the agreement, the co-ordinator undertakes to repay the Commission the sum in question, on whatever terms and by whatever date it may specify, even if he has not been the final recipient of the amount due. In the latter case, if payment has not been made by the due date, the Commission reserves the right to recover directly the amount due from the final recipient. Where such an amount to be recovered under the terms of the agreement was directly paid by the Commission to a beneficiary, or if recovery is justified under Article II.12 of the agreement, the beneficiary concerned undertakes to pay the Commission the sum in question, on whatever terms and by whatever date it may specify.
Recovery. Any recovery by Company under Paragraph 4.3 shall be deemed to reflect loss of commercial sales, and Company shall pay to JHU [***] of the recovery net of all reasonable costs and expenses associated with each suit or settlement. If the cost and expenses exceed the recovery, then [***] of the excess shall be credited against royalties payable by Company to JHU hereunder in connection with sales of LICENSED PRODUCT covered in the PATENT RIGHTS which are the subject of the infringement suit, in the country of such legal proceedings, provided, however, that any such credit under this Paragraph shall not exceed [***] of the royalties otherwise payable to JHU with regard to sales in the country of such action in any one calendar year, with any excess credit being carried forward to future calendar years.