Works Sample Clauses

Works. Executive acknowledges that Executive's work on and contributions to documents, programs, methodologies, protocols, and other expressions in any tangible medium (collectively, "Works") are within the scope of Executive's employment and part of Executive's duties, responsibilities or assignment. Executive's work on and contributions to the Works will be rendered and made by Executive for, at the instigation of, and under the overall direction of, Company, and all such work and contributions, together with the Works, are and at all times shall be regarded, as "work made for hire" as that term is used in the United States Copyright Laws. Without limiting this acknowledgment, Executive assigns, grants, and delivers exclusively to Company all rights, titles, and interests in and to any such Works, and all copies and versions, including all copyrights and renewals. Executive will execute and deliver to Company, its successors and assigns, any assignments and documents Company requests for the purpose of establishing, evidencing, and enforcing or defending its complete, exclusive, perpetual, and worldwide ownership of all rights, titles, and interests of every kind and nature, including all copyrights, in and to the Works, and Executive constitutes and appoints Company as its agent to execute and deliver any assignments or documents Executive fails or refuses to execute and deliver, this power and agency being coupled with an interest and being irrevocable.
Works. Executive acknowledges that all Works conceived of by Executive (either alone or with others) during Executive’s employment by Fenix shall be Fenix’s sole and exclusive property, and Executive hereby irrevocably assigns to Fenix all of Executive’s rights, if any, in respect of any such Works. This assignment shall not apply in respect of any Works for which no equipment, supplies, facilities or Confidential Information of Fenix or its Affiliates was used and which was developed entirely on Executive’s own time, unless (i) the Works relate to Fenix’s or an Affiliate’s business or its actual or demonstrably anticipated research or development or (ii) the Works result from any work performed for Fenix or an Affiliate by Executive.
Works. The Executive agrees that all works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression relating to any activities of the Employer or Audiovox including, but not limited to, flow charts and computer program source code and object code, regardless of the medium in which it is fixed, as well as notes, drawings, memoranda, correspondence, records, notebooks, instructions, and text (“Works”) created or conceived by the Executive, either solely or jointly with others (i) during the Executive's employment by the Employer or (ii) within one (1) year after termination of such employment, whether or not such, Works are made or conceived during the hours of the Executive's employment or with use of the Employer's facilities, materials, or personnel, shall be and shall remain the property of the Employer, and the Executive will, without royalty or any other consideration, promptly disclose in writing to the Employer all Works. The Executive shall cooperate fully with the Employer and its officers and counsel, at the Employer's direction and expense, in obtaining, maintaining, and enforcing worldwide copyright protection on such Works. Any such Works created by the Executive is a “work made for hire” under the copyright law, and the Employer may file applications to register copyright in such Works as author and copyright owner thereof. If, for any reason, a Work created by the Executive is excluded from the definition of a “work made for hire” under the copyright law, then the Executive shall assign, and does hereby assign, to the Employer the entire rights, title, and interests in and to such Work, including the copyright therein. The Executive shall take whatever steps and do whatever acts the Employer requests including, but not limited to, placement of the Employer proper copyright notice on Works created by the Executive to secure or aid in securing copyright protection in such Works, and shall assist the Employer or its nominees in filing applications to register claims of copyright in such Works.
Works. 2.1 Main works contract costs (excluding any costs defined as on costs).
Works. 2.1 If COMPANY books TALENT to appear and perform at Events, TALENT hereby grants to COMPANY and COMPANY hereby accepts, the exclusive right during the term of this Agreement to video tape, film, photograph, or otherwise record, or to authorize others to do so, by any media now known or hereinafter discovered, TALENT's appearance, performance, commentary, and any other work product for any or all of the Events. (These recordings by tape, disc, film, or otherwise are collectively referred to herein as the "Programs".)
Works. Upon creation and prior to publication, a Creator shall provide full and complete written disclosure to the University Office of Technology Transfer of any Work made with University Support, Institutional Work, or Work governed by the terms and conditions of a grant or contract administered by the University or a University Direct Support Organization. Creators do not have to disclose Traditional Works of Scholarship or Instructional Works. Within sixty (60) days after the University’s receipt of the Creator’s written disclosure, the University shall provide the Creator notification whether the University seeks an interest in the Work.
Works. A Work is any copyrightable material that is fixed in any tangible medium such as printed material, computer software, code or databases, audio and visual material, circuit diagrams, architectural and engineering drawings, lectures, musical or dramatic compositions, choreographic works, pictorial works, graphic works, sculptural works, instructional works, traditional works of scholarship, or institutional works.
Works. Institutional Works or Works that express opinions for which the University is held responsible are the property of the University. Works created with University Support are the property of the University, unless they are Traditional Works of Scholarship or Instructional Works. Traditional Works of Scholarship and Instructional Works are the property of the Creator, but such works must be made available to, and maintained by the University for administrative purposes. The University shall compensate the employee for any costs incurred.