Works of Authorship Sample Clauses

Works of Authorship. A. Employee agrees that any works of authorship such as writings, computer programs, and the like which are authored or created by him/her during his/her employment, either solely or jointly with others, and which relate in any way to the business of Symantec shall belong to Symantec whether copyrightable or not.
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Works of Authorship. Any work of authorship created by EMPLOYEE and all improvements, discoveries, or inventions made or conceived by EMPLOYEE, either solely or jointly with others, during employment with SYNTEL in any way related to EMPLOYEE’s employment with SYNTEL, the performance of services to any SYNTEL customer, or created, in whole or in part, during working hours or with information or resources obtained from or through SYNTEL or any SYNTEL customer, shall be promptly reported to SYNTEL and shall be and remain the sole and exclusive property of SYNTEL, without further consideration. Upon request by SYNTEL, all documents and papers shall be executed, and all reasonable assistance shall be furnished (1) to establish in SYNTEL title to such work of authorship, improvements, discoveries, and inventions and (2) to enable SYNTEL to apply for United States and foreign patents thereon. EMPLOYEE agrees and warrants that any deliverable or service delivered to SYNTEL and SYNTEL’s use of such deliverable or service will neither infringe any copyrights, nor knowingly infringe any other intellectual property rights of any entity.
Works of Authorship. Works of Authorship" shall mean any writings, drawings, diagrams, charts, tables, databases, software (in object or source code and recorded on any medium), and any other works of authorship, whether or not such are copyrightable.
Works of Authorship. All written, graphic or recorded material and all other works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression made or created by Employee, solely or jointly with others, during Employee’s employment with Company and relating to Company’s business, actual or contemplated, shall be the exclusive property of Company (collectively “Works”). Company will have the exclusive right to copyright such Works. Employee agrees that if any Work created while employed by Company, whether or not created at the direction of Company, is copyrightable, such Work will be a “work made for hire,” as that term is defined in the copyright laws of the United States. If, for any reason, any copyrightable Works created by Employee are excluded from that definition, Employee hereby assigns and conveys to Company all right, title and interest (including any copyright and renewals) in such Works.
Works of Authorship a. Employee agrees that any works of authorship such as writings, computer programs, and the like which are authored or created by him/her during his/her employment, either solely or jointly with others, and which relate in any way to the business of the Company shall belong to the Company, whether copyrightable or not.
Works of Authorship. Executive agrees that any original works of authorship, including, without limitation, all documents, blueprints, drawings, mask works and computer programs (including, without limitation, all software, firmware, object code, source code, documentation, specifications, revisions, supplements, modules, and upgrades), conceived, created, performed or produced during the term of Executive's employment with Company or any Company Affiliate, and all foreign and domestic, registered and unregistered, copyrights and mask work rights and applications for registrations therefore related to any such work of authorship, in each case, whether or not made during regular working hours, relating to the actual or anticipated business, products, research or development of Company or any Company Affiliate (collectively, "Works of Authorship") shall be the exclusive property of Company or any Company Affiliate as Company shall specify. To the extent that Executive has or obtains any right, title or interest in or to any Works of Authorship, Executive hereby assigns and agrees to assign to Company or any Company Affiliate as Company shall specify, all of such right, title and interest therein and thereto. This paragraph does not include any publicly available materials, unless such materials shall have become public in violation of this Agreement.
Works of Authorship. I acknowledge and agree that all writings or works of authorship, including without limitation, business planning documents, marketing materials, operations manuals, software program code, drawings, procedural diagrams, and other documentation of any kind produced by me in the course of my work for Company are works produced for hire and the property of Company, including without limitation any copyrights on those writings; but to the extent any such writing produced by me in the course of my work for Company may not, by operation of law or otherwise, be a work made for hire, I hereby forever irrevocably transfer and assign to Company the ownership of copyright in such works, whether published or unpublished.
Works of Authorship. Employee agrees that the Company will be the copyright owner of all copyrightable works of every kind and description, including but not limited to designs, software, firmware, computer programs, database, internal reports, compilations of data, and publications both printed and electronic (collectively referred to as "Works of Authorship") created, authored, or developed by Employee, either individually or jointly with others, during the term of Employee's employment, where such Works of Authorship are created pursuant to the performance of Employee's duties or relate to the subject matter of Employee's employment. Employee agrees that all Works of Authorship created at the direction of or for the Company, or which relate in any way to the business of the Company, are made by the Employee, solely or jointly with others, within the scope of his employment and are protectable by copyright are "works made for hire," as that term is defined in the United States Copyright Act. If any Works of Authorship do not fall within the statutory definition of "works made for hire," Employee irrevocably assigns all of his right, title and interest in and to the copyright, and related intellectual property rights in such Works of Authorship.
Works of Authorship. Employee agrees that all works of authorship, including, but not limited to, computer programs, code, databases, icons, design plans, flow charts, designs, notes, drawings, marketing plans, product plans, writings and all other works subject to copyright protection in any jurisdiction, created by Employee (solely or in concert with others) that:
Works of Authorship. All written, graphic or recorded material and all other works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression (including but not limited to computer software) made or created by Employee, solely or jointly with others, during Employee’s employment with Company and relating to Company’s business, actual or contemplated, shall be the exclusive property of Company (collectively “Works”). Company will have the exclusive right to copyright such Works. Employee agrees that if any Work created by Employee while employed by Company, whether or not created at the direction of Company, is copyrightable, such Work will be a “work made for hire,” as that term is defined in the copyright laws of the United States. If, for any reason, any copyrightable Works created by Employee are excluded from that definition, Employee hereby assigns and conveys to Company all right, title, and interest (including any copyright and renewals) in such Works.