Background Intellectual Property definition

Background Intellectual Property means all Intellectual Property introduced and required by either Party to give effect to their obligations under this Agreement owned in whole or in part by or licensed to either Party or their affiliates prior to the Commencement Date or developed after the Commencement Date otherwise pursuant to this Agreement;
Background Intellectual Property means Intellectual Property owned or controlled by either of the Parties at the date of this Agreement or which shall at any time thereafter become so owned or controlled otherwise than as a result of the Project under this Agreement.
Background Intellectual Property means Intellectual Property that is (i) in existence prior to the effective date of this Order or (ii) is designed, developed or licensed by a Party after the effective date of this Order independently of both (A) the Work undertaken or in connection with this Order and (B) the Proprietary Information and Intellectual Property of the other Party to this Order.

Examples of Background Intellectual Property in a sentence

Each Party shall retain and exclusively own all rights in its Background Intellectual Property and in all Foreground Intellectual Property that it creates.

Bidders are required to disclose, in accordance with Annex B-12, the Intellectual Property proposed to be used by the Bidder that will be delivered with either Background Intellectual Property Rights or Third Party Intellectual Property Rights.


More Definitions of Background Intellectual Property

Background Intellectual Property means all Intellectual Property Made by or for a party apart from the performance of Work under this Contract.
Background Intellectual Property means all Intellectual Property other than Foreground Intellectual Property.
Background Intellectual Property means the Intellectual Property identified by the Parties in Annex B, Background Intellectual Property, which was in existence prior to or is first produced outside of this CRADA, except that in the case of inventions in those identified items, the inventions must have been conceived outside of this CRADA and not first actually reduced to practice under this CRADA to qualify as Background Intellectual Property.
Background Intellectual Property means Intellectual Property that has been or is acquired, developed or produced, before the entry into force of the Contract, or outside the scope of this Contract.
Background Intellectual Property means any Intellectual Property either (i) owned or controlled by a Party prior to the Effective Date or (ii) developed or acquired by a Party independently from the performance of the Services hereunder during the Term of this Agreement.