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The Case. An article by Dr. Xxxxx Xxxxxx from 1999 is one of many testimonies of this development. He describes how biotechnological research threatens to be increasingly sensitive to patent strategic considerations and is limited by the patent policy of private corporations. A culture of sharing to the benefit of expanded knowledge is crumbling in the xxxx for market shares. Patent rights restrain his academic freedom. As a solution he advocates compulsory licensing of the patents he is dependent on in his academic enterprise. In an article1 he mentions the European patent EP0705903. Which is owned by Myriad Genetics Inc, an American enterprise.
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The Case. Students must have a case for their iPad. The school will not issue students with an iPad until a suitably robust case has been purchased. The case must however, be of a high enough quality to protect the iPad and not include inappropriate imagery. To comply with insurance stipulations the iPad must stay in the case at all times.
The Case. On May 17, 2017, Plaintiffs filed a Complaint in Federal Court for the Southern District of California against Defendants and others, alleging damage and injury to their protected federal Free Speech interests by reason of actions and policies administered by the Defendants (Case No. 3:17-ev-01014-L-AHG) (the “Case”). Defendants generally denied any violation of Plaintiffs’ rights.

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  • Usual case If the Issuer is an emerging issuer (as defined in section 3.3 of the Policy) and you have not sold any escrow securities in a permitted secondary offering, your escrow securities will be released as follows: On , 2 , the date the Issuer’s securities are listed on a Canadian exchange (the listing date) 1/10 of your escrow securities 6 months after the listing date 1/6 of your remaining escrow securities 12 months after the listing date 1/5 of your remaining escrow securities 18 months after the listing date 1/4 of your remaining escrow securities 24 months after the listing date 1/3 of your remaining escrow securities 30 months after the listing date 1/2 of your remaining escrow securities 36 months after the listing date your remaining escrow securities *In the simplest case, where there are no changes to the escrow securities initially deposited and no additional escrow securities, the release schedule outlined above results in the escrow securities being released in equal tranches of 15% after completion of the release on the listing date.

  • Special Cases Value-Based Programs- BlueCard Program BCBSRI has included a factor for bulk distributions from Host Blues in GROUP’s monthly premium for Value- Based Programs when applicable under this Agreement. Additional information is available upon request. If BCBSRI has entered into a Negotiated Arrangement with a Host Blue to provide Value-Based Programs to Group’s Enrolled Members, BCBSRI will follow the same procedures for Value-Based Programs as noted above for the BlueCard Program.

  • NFFE An “NFFE” means any Non-U.S. Entity that is not an FFI as defined in relevant U.S. Treasury Regulations or is an Entity described in subparagraph B(4)(j) of this section, and also includes any Non-U.S. Entity that is established in Singapore or another Partner Jurisdiction and that is not a Financial Institution.

  • Case Management Prompt resolution of any dispute is important to both parties; and the parties agree that the arbitration of any dispute shall be conducted expeditiously. The arbitrators are instructed and directed to assume case management initiative and control over the arbitration process (including scheduling of events, pre-hearing discovery and activities, and the conduct of the hearing), in order to complete the arbitration as expeditiously as is reasonably practical for obtaining a just resolution of the dispute.

  • DISCHARGE CASES 10.01 In the event of an Employee who has attained seniority being discharged from employment, and the Employee feeling that an injustice has been done, the case may be taken up as a grievance.

  • Postoupení Žádná ze smluvních stran nesmí tuto smlouvu postoupit bez souhlasu druhé smluvní strany; avšak za předpokladu, xx xxxxx ze smluvních stran může po vyrozumění druhé smluvní strany postoupit svá práva a povinnosti vyplývající z této smlouvy svému právnímu nástupci v oblasti, na kterou se vztahuje tato smlouva.

  • Title, Management and Disposition of REO Property In the event that title to any Mortgaged Property is acquired in foreclosure or by deed in lieu of foreclosure, the deed or certificate of sale shall be taken in the name of the Trustee (or MERS, as applicable), or in the event the Trustee is not authorized or permitted to hold title to real property in the state where the REO Property is located, or would be adversely affected under the “doing business” or tax laws of such state by so holding title, the deed or certificate of sale shall be taken in the name of such Person or Persons as shall be consistent with an Opinion of Counsel obtained by the Servicer (with a copy delivered to the Trustee) from any attorney duly licensed to practice law in the state where the REO Property is located. The Person or Persons holding such title other than the Trustee shall acknowledge in writing that such title is being held as nominee for the Trustee. The Servicer shall manage, conserve, protect and operate each REO Property for the Trustee solely for the purpose of its prompt disposition and sale. The Servicer, either itself or through an agent selected by the Servicer, shall manage, conserve, protect and operate the REO Property in the same manner that it manages, conserves, protects and operates other foreclosed property for its own account, and in the same manner that similar property in the same locality as the REO Property is managed. The Servicer shall attempt to sell the same (and may temporarily rent the same for a period not greater than one year, except as otherwise provided below) on such terms and conditions as the Servicer deems to be in the best interest of the Trust Fund. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Section 3.12, in connection with a foreclosure or acceptance of a deed in lieu of foreclosure, in the event the Servicer has reasonable cause to believe that a Mortgaged Property is contaminated by hazardous or toxic substances or wastes, or if the Master Servicer or NIMS Insurer otherwise requests, an environmental inspection or review of such Mortgaged Property to be conducted by a qualified inspector shall be arranged by the Servicer. Upon completion of the inspection, the Servicer shall provide the Master Servicer and NIMS Insurer with a written report of such environmental inspection. In the event that the environmental inspection report indicates that the Mortgaged Property is contaminated by hazardous or toxic substances or wastes, the Servicer shall not proceed with foreclosure or acceptance of a deed in lieu of foreclosure. In the event that the environmental inspection report is inconclusive as to the whether or not the Mortgaged Property is contaminated by hazardous or toxic substances or wastes, the Servicer shall not, without the prior approval of both the Master Servicer and the NIMS Insurer proceed with foreclosure or acceptance of a deed in lieu of foreclosure. In such instance, the Master Servicer and/or the NIMS Insurer shall be deemed to have approved such foreclosure or acceptance of a deed in lieu of foreclosure unless either notifies the Servicer in writing, within three (3) days after its receipt of written notice of the proposed foreclosure or deed in lieu of foreclosure from the Servicer, that it disapproves of the related foreclosure or acceptance of a deed in lieu of foreclosure. The Servicer shall be reimbursed for all Servicing Advances made pursuant to this paragraph with respect to the related Mortgaged Property from the Custodial Account. In the event that the Trust Fund acquires any REO Property in connection with a default or imminent default on a Mortgage Loan, the Servicer shall dispose of such REO Property not later than the end of the third taxable year after the year of its acquisition by the Trust Fund unless the Servicer has applied for and received a grant of extension from the Internal Revenue Service (and provided a copy of the same to the NIMS Insurer) to the effect that, under the REMIC Provisions and any relevant proposed legislation and under applicable state law, the applicable Trust REMIC may hold REO Property for a longer period without adversely affecting the REMIC status of such REMIC or causing the imposition of a federal or state tax upon such REMIC. If the Servicer has received such an extension (and provide a copy of the same to the NIMS Insurer), then the Servicer shall continue to attempt to sell the REO Property for its fair market value for such period longer than three years as such extension permits (the “Extended Period”). If the Servicer has not received such an extension and the Servicer is unable to sell REO Property within the period ending 3 months before the end of such third taxable year after its acquisition by the Trust Fund or if the Servicer has received such an extension, and the Servicer is unable to sell the REO Property within the period ending three months before the close of the Extended Period, the Servicer shall, before the end of the three-year period or the Extended Period, as applicable, (i) purchase such REO Property at a price equal to the REO Property’s fair market value, as acceptable to the NIMS Insurer or (ii) auction the REO Property to the highest bidder (which may be the Servicer) in an auction reasonably designed to produce a fair price prior to the expiration of the three-year period or the Extended Period, as the case may be. The Master Servicer shall sign any document or take any other action reasonably requested by the Servicer which would enable the Servicer, on behalf of the Trust Fund, to request such grant of extension. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Agreement, no REO Property acquired by the Trust Fund shall be rented (or allowed to continue to be rented) or otherwise used by or on behalf of the Trust Fund in such a manner or pursuant to any terms that would: (i) cause such REO Property to fail to qualify as “foreclosure property” within the meaning of Section 860G(a)(8) of the Code; or (ii) subject any Trust REMIC to the imposition of any federal income taxes on the income earned from such REO Property, including any taxes imposed by reason of Sections 860F or 860G(c) of the Code, unless the Servicer has agreed to indemnify and hold harmless the Trust Fund and the NIMS Insurer with respect to the imposition of any such taxes. The Servicer shall also maintain on each REO Property hazard insurance with extended coverage in an amount which is at least equal to the lesser of (i) the maximum insurable value of the improvements which are a part of such property and (ii) the outstanding Principal Balance of the Mortgage Loan at the time it becomes an REO Property. Each REO Disposition shall be carried out by the Servicer at such price and upon such terms and conditions as the Servicer reasonably determines to be in the best interest of the Certificateholders and provided the sales price and the related terms and conditions are results of arm’s-length negotiation. The proceeds of sale of the REO Property shall be promptly deposited in the Custodial Account. After the expenses of such disposition shall have been paid, the Servicer shall pursuant to Section 3.04 apply any remaining proceeds to payment of any unreimbursed Option One Servicing Fees, Servicing Advances or Monthly Advances or unpaid Seller Remittance Amount incurred with respect to such REO Property. The Servicer shall withdraw from the Custodial Account funds necessary for the proper operation, management and maintenance of the REO Property, including the cost of maintaining any hazard insurance pursuant to the Xxxxxxx Mac or Xxxxxx Mae Guides.

  • Urgent Care This plan covers services received at an urgent care center. For other services, such as surgery or diagnostic tests, the amount that you pay is based on the type of service being provided. See Summary of Medical Benefits for details. Follow-up care (such as suture removal or wound care) should be obtained from your primary care provider or specialist.

  • Name Collision Occurrence Management 6.1. No-­‐Activation Period. Registry Operator shall not activate any names in the DNS zone for the Registry TLD (except for "NIC") until at least 120 calendar days after the effective date of this agreement. Registry Operator may allocate names (subject to subsection 6.2 below) during this period only if Registry Operator causes registrants to be clearly informed of the inability to activate names until the No-­‐Activation Period ends.