Commercialization Rights definition

Commercialization Rights means: (a) the right to conduct -------------------------- research, use, sample, develop (including clinical development), promote, manufacture, market, offer to sell, import, export, distribute, sell, and have sold Products; and (b) the right to conduct research, use, sample, develop (including clinical development), manufacture, promote, market, offer to sell, import, export, distribute, sell and have sold Products together with one or more third parties as part of a co-marketing agreement, strategic partnership, joint venture relationship or the like in which NN continues work on research and development of Products; and (c) the right to sublicense one or more third parties to manufacture, promote, market, offer to sell, import, export, distribute, sell and have sold Products. [*] designates portions of this document that have been omitted pursuant to a request for confidential treatment filed separately with the Commission.
Commercialization Rights means, as to a particular country or region, (a) as to Baxter, the right and responsibility to market, distribute and sell the Platelet System pursuant to the Platelet Agreement, and the Plasma System pursuant to the RBC/FFP Agreement (and as further provided under the Restructuring Agreement), in that country or region; or (b) as to Cerus, all rights of Cerus under the Restructuring Agreement and Concurrent Agreements upon termination of Baxter’s Commercialization rights in that country or region. For the purposes of this agreement, references to termination of Baxter Commercialization Rights, or to Cerus gaining Commercialization Rights, in a particular country or region means that licenses and related rights have been released and relinquished to Cerus, pursuant to Section 4 of the Restructuring Agreement, under the Platelet Agreement or the RBC/FFP Agreement as the case may be.

Examples of Commercialization Rights in a sentence

  • Distribution of Intellectual Property and Commercialization Rights between the Grantee and Subcontractor—When using subcontractors, including research institutions, the grantee is responsible for providing that its subcontractors retain all rights provided for small business and nonprofit entities.

  • If selected for a Phase I STTR grant, an applicant will need to certify that they have a Property and Commercialization Rights Agreement in place with the partnering Research Institution.

  • In many cases, the CRADA could be used as a vehicle for the Property and Commercialization Rights Agreement required by the STTR program.

  • Property and Commercialization Rights AgreementsWhen using subcontractors, including research institutions, the small business is responsible for protecting its own interests with regard to the retention of intellectual property and commercialization rights.

  • DOE strongly encourages preparing the Property and Commercialization Rights Agreement immediately upon notice of award selection at the latest.


More Definitions of Commercialization Rights

Commercialization Rights means: (a) the right to conduct ------------------------ research (including research with academic and other non-profit institution collaborators), use, sample, develop (including clinical development), promote, manufacture, have made, market, offer to sell, import, export, distribute, sell, and have sold NN or ZGI Products; and (b) the right to conduct research, use, sample, develop (including clinical development), manufacture, have made, promote, market, offer to sell, import, export, distribute, sell and have sold NN or ZGI Products together with one or more third parties as part of a co- marketing agreement, strategic partnership, joint venture relationship or the like in which NN or ZGI continues work on research and development of NN or ZGI Products.
Commercialization Rights means, as to a particular country or region, (a) as to Baxter, the right and responsibility of Baxter to EXECUTION RESTRUCTURING AND SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT [ * ] = CERTAIN CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT, MARKED BY BRACKETS, HAS BEEN OMITTED AND FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION PURSUANT TO RULE 24B-2 OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934, AS AMENDED. market, distribute and sell the Platelet System pursuant to the Platelet Agreement, and the Plasma System pursuant to the RBC/FFP Agreement (and as further provided under this Agreement), in that country or region; or (b) as to Cerus, all rights of Cerus hereunder and under the Concurrent Agreements upon termination of Baxter’s Commercialization rights in that country or region. For the purposes of this agreement, references to termination of Baxter Commercialization Rights, or to Cerus gaining Commercialization Rights, in a particular country or region means that licenses and related rights under the Platelet Agreement or the RBC/FFP Agreement, as the case may be, have been released and relinquished to Cerus, pursuant to Section 4 of this Restructuring Agreement;
Commercialization Rights means, with respect to any Collaboration Antibody or Collaboration Product comprising such Antibody (or Antibody Material related thereto), the rights to sell, lease, offer to sell or lease, or otherwise transfer title to such Collaboration Antibody or Collaboration Product.
Commercialization Rights means all regulatory filings and authorizations, Product-related information and other items listed in Exhibit A hereto under the heading “Commercialization Rights.”
Commercialization Rights means the right or option (whether or not ultimately exercised) to market, co-market, promote, co-promote or sell a product.
Commercialization Rights shall have the meaning ascribed to this term in Subsection 9.1.1 and as further defined in Subsection 9.1.2;