Examples of Commercialization in a sentence
Subject to the applicable Nurix Opt-In Agreements (if executed), all such Commercialization will be at Seagen’s sole cost and expense.
Each Party will promptly notify the other Party of any claim alleging that the Research, Development, Manufacture or Commercialization of any Collaboration Degrader, Collaboration Degrader-Antibody Conjugate, Licensed Degrader, Licensed Degrader-Antibody Conjugate, or Licensed Products in the Territory infringes, misappropriates or otherwise violates any Patents, Know-How or other intellectual property rights of any Third Party (“Third Party Infringement Claim”).
Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the applicable Nurix Opt-In Agreements (if executed), Seagen will have the sole and exclusive right to Commercialize (and will solely and exclusively control, at its discretion, the Commercialization of), itself or with or through its Affiliates, Sublicensees or other Third Parties, the applicable Licensed Products in the Field in the Territory.
Seagen will have the right to terminate this Agreement (and all Ancillary Agreements) in its entirety or in part on a Licensed Degrader Target Set-by-Licensed Degrader Target Set basis upon [*] prior written notice to Nurix, if the Seagen Safety Review Committee has recommended, in accordance with Seagen’s internal operating procedures consistently applied across its own pharmaceutical products, cessation of Development or Commercialization of [*].
After the Nurix Opt-Out Date with respect to all applicable Nurix Opt-In Agreements, Seagen shall be responsible for all applicable costs and expenses associated with the Development and Commercialization of the Licensed Product and Nurix shall not have any option to buy back into any profit-share or any other rights.