Sufficiency Sample Clauses

Sufficiency. The Company and the Company Subsidiaries own or otherwise have the right to use all Intellectual Property Rights and Technology used in, held for use in, or necessary for the conduct of the business of the Company and the Company Subsidiaries as currently conducted, and the Company IP together with all Company-owned Technology and the Third Party Intellectual Property constitutes all of the Technology and Intellectual Property Rights necessary for the Company and its Subsidiaries to operate the business of the Company and the Company Subsidiaries as currently conducted, except as would not be reasonably expected to result in expense or disruption that would be material to the business of the Company and its Subsidiaries; provided that nothing in this Section 3.17(g) shall be deemed a representation or warranty of non-infringement.
Sufficiency. The Seller owns or otherwise has, and after the Closing the Purchaser will have, all Intellectual Property Rights needed to conduct its business as currently conducted and planned to be conducted.
Sufficiency. Each of the Acquired Corporations owns or otherwise has, and after the Closing Parent will have, all Intellectual Property Rights needed to conduct its business as currently conducted and planned to be conducted.
Sufficiency. SVI represents and warrants that Exhibit A and Exhibit D collectively set forth a true and complete list, as of the Effective Date, of all Patents related to the development of the Licensed Products pursuant to the Development Agreement which are (i) owned or co-owned by SVI, or (ii) licensed to SVI (complete with the name of the Third Party Licensor of each licensed Patent) in the Implantable Cardiac Field. SVI represents and warrants that all items required to be disclosed pursuant to clause (ii) are licensed exclusively to SVI and constitute Surgi-Vision IP.
Sufficiency. The Company and the Company Subsidiaries own or have valid and sufficient rights to all Intellectual Property Rights and to use Technology that claim or cover the Company Products, or that are incorporated in or necessary for the design, manufacture, use, distribution or sale of the Company Products as currently marketed (collectively referred to herein as the “Material Intellectual Property”). To the knowledge of the Company, the Material Intellectual Property (other than standard, unmodified, off-the-shelf Software commercially available on standard terms from third-party vendors (e.g., Microsoft Windows)) constitutes all Intellectual Property Rights and Technology necessary for the conduct of the Business as presently conducted, including for the design, manufacture, use, distribution and sale of the Company Products. Nothing in this subsection (b) shall be deemed a representation or warranty of non-infringement of third party Intellectual Property Rights.
Sufficiency. The Company Intellectual Property Assets constitute all of the Intellectual Property Assets used in designing, creating and developing the Products and are all of the Intellectual Property Assets necessary for the operation of the Company's business as currently conducted and planned to be conducted.
Sufficiency. DSPGI, on behalf of itself and the Transferring Entities, hereby represents and warrants to Ceva that: