Co-licensed partner definition

Co-licensed partner means a person who, with at least one other person, has the right to engage in
Co-licensed partner means a person that has the right to engage in the manufacturing or marketing of a co-licensed product.
Co-licensed partner means a person or pharmaceutical manufacturer that has entered into an agreement with another pharmaceutical manufacturer or an affiliate of the manufacturer to engage in a business activity or occupation related to the manufacture or distribution of a product.

More Definitions of Co-licensed partner

Co-licensed partner means a person who, with at least one other person, has the right to engage in the manufacturing or marketing of a prescription drug, consistent with state and federal law.
Co-licensed partner means two (2) or more entities that have the right to engage in the manufacturing or marketing or both of a prescription drug consistent with the Federal Drug Administration's implementation of the federal Prescription Drug Marketing Act;
Co-licensed partner means a person in a relationship in which two or more persons have the right to engage in the manufacturing or marketing of a prescription drug, consistent with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's implementation of the Federal Prescription Drug Marketing Act.
Co-licensed partner means a person in a relationship in which two or more persons have the right to engage in the manufacturing or marketing of a legend drug or legend device.
Co-licensed partner means a person or pharmaceutical manu- facturer that has entered into an agreement with another pharmaceu-
Co-licensed partner means a person or pharmaceutical manufacturer that has entered into an agreement with another pharmaceutical manufacturer or an affiliate of
Co-licensed partner means two (2) or more entities that have the right to engage