RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION CONTRACTOR shall not utilize information and/or data received from COUNTY, or arising out of, or developed, as a result of this Agreement for the purpose of personal or professional research, or for publication.
Right to Publish JHU may publish manuscripts, abstracts or the like describing the PATENT RIGHTS and inventions contained therein provided confidential information of Company as defined in Paragraph 8.1, is not included or without first obtaining approval from Company to include such confidential information. Otherwise, JHU and the Inventors shall be free to publish manuscripts and abstracts or the like directed to the work done at JHU related to the licensed technology without prior approval.
MPS LOGO/PUBLICITY No Contractor shall use the MPS Logo in its literature or issue a press release about the subject of this Contract without prior written notice to and written approval of MPS’s Executive Director of Communications & Outreach.
Advertising and Publicity No Credit Party shall issue or disseminate to the public (by advertisement, including without limitation any “tombstone” advertisement, press release or otherwise), submit for publication or otherwise cause or seek to publish any information describing the credit or other financial accommodations made available by the Lenders pursuant to this Agreement and the other Loan Documents without the prior written consent of the Administrative Agent. Nothing in the foregoing shall be construed to prohibit any Credit Party from making any submission or filing which it is required to make by applicable law or pursuant to judicial process; provided, that, (i) such filing or submission shall contain only such information as is necessary to comply with applicable law or judicial process and (ii) unless specifically prohibited by applicable law or court order, the Borrower shall promptly notify the Administrative Agent of the requirement to make such submission or filing and provide the Administrative Agent with a copy thereof.
Malicious Use of Orphan Glue Records Registry Operator shall take action to remove orphan glue records (as defined at xxxx://xxx.xxxxx.xxx/en/committees/security/sac048.pdf) when provided with evidence in written form that such records are present in connection with malicious conduct.
Use of Technology Participants are subject to all existing laws (federal and state) and University regulations and policies on use of technology, including not only those laws and regulations that are specific to computers and networks, but also those that may apply generally to personal conduct such as: • UC Electronic Communications Policy: xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx/ucophome/policies/ec/ • UCLA E-mail Policy and Guidelines: xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxxx.xxx/app/Default.aspx?&id=455 • IT Services Acceptable Use Policy: xxxx://xxx.xxx.xxxx.xxx/policies/aupdetail.html • The UC Policy on Copyright Ownership: xxxx://xxxxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx/resources/copyright-ownership.html • Bruin OnLine Service Level Agreement: xxxx://xxx.xxx.xxxx.xxx/policies/BOL_SLA.pdf Any violation may result in technology related privileges being restricted or revoked and may also result in The University undertaking disciplinary action. If the violation constitutes a criminal offense, appropriate legal action may be taken.
Confidentiality and Publicity 14.1. All information which is disclosed by one party (“Disclosing Party”) to the other (“Recipient”) in connection with this Agreement, or acquired in the course of performance of this Agreement, shall be deemed confidential and proprietary to the Disclosing Party and subject to this Agreement, such information including but not limited to, orders for services, usage information in any form, and CPNI as that term is defined by the Act and the rules and regulations of the FCC (“Confidential and/or Proprietary Information”).
No Publicity A party to this Agreement shall not use the name or marks of, refer to, or identify the other party (or any related entity) in any publicity releases, interviews, promotional or marketing materials, public announcements, testimonials or advertising without the prior written approval of authorized representatives of the other party (which approval a party may withhold in its sole discretion), except no such written approval is required to the extent any such disclosure is required by law. BNY Mellon may identify the Fund(s) as a client in client lists, provided that the Fund(s) name is no more prominent than any other client on such list(s). A party may withdraw such consent at any time.
Confidentiality and Publication Subject to the remaining provisions of this clause 8, each Party will treat all Confidential Information of any other Party as confidential and will not, without the consent of the other relevant Party, disclose or permit the same either to be disclosed to third parties or to be used, except solely as contemplated by this Agreement. Each Party must use all reasonable endeavours to ensure that its representatives comply with the obligations of confidentiality imposed upon it under this clause 8 as if those representatives were bound in the same way. Each Party must advise each other Party as soon as practicably possible of any breach of any confidentiality obligations under this Agreement of which it becomes aware. A Party may disclose Confidential Information if required to do so by law or to its professional advisers, subject to the relevant adviser being bound by similar obligations of confidentiality, or if necessary, entering into an appropriate confidentiality undertaking. A Party may publish the Project IP, subject to it complying with the following: prior to any publication, the Party must provide the other Party with full details of the Project IP it proposes to publish and the nature of the publication; and the other Party must notify the first Party whether permission to publish has been granted or refused within 30 days of the request (or such other period as may be set out at Item 7 of the Schedule) (Period); and if the other Party fails to notify the first Party of its decision under clause 8.5(b) within the Period shall be deemed to have consented to the proposed publication by the first Party; and any other Party may only refuse a request to publish if, in that other Party’s reasonable opinion, the publication is likely to jeopardise: the protection of Project IP (as applicable) under any statute of monopoly; or the successful commercialisation of the Project IP by the Party with such rights, or
Use of Names; Publicity The Trust shall not use the Distributor’s name in any offering material, shareholder report, advertisement or other material relating to the Trust, in a manner not approved by the Distributor in writing prior to such use, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld. The Distributor hereby consents to all uses of its name required by the SEC, any state securities commission, or any federal or state regulatory authority. The Distributor shall not use the name “__________” in any offering material, shareholder report, advertisement or other material relating to the Distributor, other than for the purpose of merely identifying the Trust as a client of Distributor hereunder, in a manner not approved by the Trust in writing prior to such use; provided, however, that the Trust shall consent to all uses of its name required by the SEC, any state securities commission, or any federal or state regulatory authority; and provided, further, that in no case shall such approval be unreasonably withheld. The Distributor will not issue any press releases or make any public announcements regarding the existence of this Agreement without the express written consent of the Trust. Neither the Trust nor the Distributor will disclose any of the economic terms of this Agreement, except as may be required by law.