Independent Improvement definition

Independent Improvement means any Improvement conceived, discovered, developed, licensed or otherwise acquired after the date of this Agreement but prior to any termination of the Collaboration, which was conceived, discovered, developed, licensed (with the right to sublicense) or otherwise acquired by either Licensee, OraVax or their Controlled Affiliates due to funding outside of the Programs by such Party or its Controlled Affiliate.
Independent Improvement means an Improvement which is independent of ITI’s Confidential Information and which is not solely applicable to the Product.
Independent Improvement means any and all further developments or enhancements of the P-I-N Structure that are developed by Novaled (other than in technical collaboration with SMD) and licensable by Novaled within the scope of this Agreement without payment of any royalty or other fee to, or breach of any agreement with, any third party.

Examples of Independent Improvement in a sentence

  • Notwithstanding the foregoing, any OraVax Independent Improvement during the term of the Collaboration shall automatically be included within the license granted under Section 2.1 hereof and automatically included in any sublicenses granted in accordance with this Agreement without any change or adjustment to the payments due between the parties hereunder.

  • Any and all Proprietary Rights to any Independent Improvement conceived, discovered, developed, licensed or otherwise acquired during the term of the Collaboration, shall, as between the Licensee and OraVax, be owned by the party that expended the funding for the Independent Improvement.

  • The Plan will be presented to the Independent Improvement Panel for its input and will be agreed at the meeting of Council on 27th January 2022.

  • Following the publication of a report on the governance and organisational capabilities of the Council by Lord Kerslake, the Secretary of State set up the Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel (the Panel) in January 2015 to work with the Council to provide robust challenge and support.

  • These include:• The development of an improvement plan- of which some key milestones are already well on the way to being achieved.• The appointment of an Independent Improvement and assurance Panel• Commissioning CIPFA to undergo a programme of service and financial reviews The Council’s financial position is reviewed regularly by CMT and regularly reported to Cabinet (as outlined within the supporting documents).

  • The Panel agreed to reconvene following the completion of the Independent Improvement Board which is due to report to Michael Gove, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, at the end of March 2016.

  • As used herein, “Retirement” means termination of employment with the Company and all of its subsidiaries at or after age 65 and “Disability” means that you are unable to engage in any substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which can be expected to result in death or can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less than twelve (12) months, as determined by the Committee in its sole discretion.

  • In addition to this, a summer 2014 follow up review of the service by Jonathan Pearce who had led the Independent Improvement Board for Ofsted found that adoption in Kent now has considerable strengths.

  • The Birmingham Independent Improvement Panel (BIIP), appointed following the publication of the report on the governance and organisational capabilities of the Council by Lord Kerslake, has provided a number of progress reports to the Secretary of State.

  • The Secretary of State subsequently made a statement announcing the creation of an Independent Improvement Board for Medway STC4, and• an Opposition Day debate in which the primary consideration was whether prisons were in crisis.5Prison safety matters were also referred to during a wider debate on the Government’s policies for prison reform in the House of Lords.63.

Related to Independent Improvement

  • Joint Improvements means (a) any and all Improvements to the Acceleron Technology created, conceived or reduced to practice, and, in the case of patentable Improvements, Invented, solely by Celgene, its Affiliates, agents or by Third Parties acting on their behalf, while performing activities under this Agreement; and (b) any and all Improvements to the Acceleron Technology or Joint Technology created, conceived or reduced to practice, and, in the case of patentable Improvements, Invented, jointly by Acceleron and Celgene, their respective Affiliates, agents or Sublicensees or by Third Parties acting on their behalf, while performing activities under this Agreement; provided, however, that Joint Improvements shall not include any Improvement that is a Celgene Improvement or Acceleron Improvement.

  • Home improvement means the remodeling, altering,

  • Tenant Improvement Work means the construction of the Tenant Improvements, together with any related work (including demolition) that is necessary to construct the Tenant Improvements.

  • Tenant Improvements means all improvements to the Project of a fixed and permanent nature as shown on the TI Construction Drawings, as defined in Section 2(c) below. Other than Landlord’s Work (as defined in Section 3(a) below, Landlord shall not have any obligation whatsoever with respect to the finishing of the Premises for Tenant’s use and occupancy.

  • Needs Improvement the Educator’s performance on a standard or overall is below the requirements of a standard or overall, but is not considered to be unsatisfactory at this time. Improvement is necessary and expected.  Unsatisfactory: the Educator’s performance on a standard or overall has not significantly improved following a rating of needs improvement, or the Educator’s performance is consistently below the requirements of a standard or overall and is considered inadequate, or both.

  • Public improvement means a project for construction, reconstruction or major renovation on real property by or for a contracting agency. “Public improvement” does not include:

  • Substitute Improvements means the substitute or additional improvements of the Issuer described in Article V hereof.

  • Project Improvements means site improvements and facilities that are planned and designed to provide service for a particular devel- opment project and that are necessary for the use and convenience of the occupants or users of the project.

  • Improvement completion assurance means a surety bond, letter of credit,

  • Public improvement costs means the costs of:

  • Maximum medical improvement means that no further material improvement would reasonably be expected from medical treatment or the passage of time;

  • Minimum Improvements means the acquisition of land and construction of a 152-unit market rate residential apartment building, construction of a stormwater pond and related improvements. The Minimum Improvements are more fully depicted in Exhibit B, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein.

  • Site Improvements means any construction work on, or improvement to, streets, roads, parking facilities, sidewalks, drainage structures and utilities.

  • Additional Work to mean additions or deletions or modifications to the amount, type or value of the Work and Services as required in this Contract, as directed and/or approved by the County.

  • Substantial improvement means any combination of repairs, reconstruction, rehabilitation, addition, or other improvement of a structure, taking place during any one-year period for which the cost equals or exceeds 50 percent of the market value of the structure before the “start of construction” of the improvement. This term includes structures which have incurred “substantial damage”, regardless of the actual repair work performed. The term does not, however, include either:

  • Initial Improvements when used herein, shall mean those improvements or remodeling to the Premises, if any, which Landlord and/or Tenant shall agree to provide according to the Workletter attached hereto as EXHIBIT C.

  • Improvement Plan means the plan required by the Authority from the Supplier which shall detail how the Supplier will improve the provision of the Goods and/or Services pursuant to Clause 32.1.1 (Authority Remedies);

  • Continuous Improvement Plan means a plan for improving the provision of the Services and/or reducing the Charges produced by the Supplier pursuant to Schedule 7 (Value for Money) of this Framework Agreement;

  • Capital Improvement Project means the acquisition, construction, reconstruction, improvement, planning and equipping of roads and bridges, appurtenances to roads and bridges to enhance the safety of animal-drawn vehicles, pedestrians, and bicycles, wastewater treatment facilities, water supply systems, solid waste disposal facilities, and storm water and sanitary collection, storage and treatment facilities including real property, interests in real property, facilities, and equipment related or incidental to those facilities.

  • Architect means the person or other entity engaged by the PHA to perform architectural, engineering, design, and other services related to the work as provided for in the contract. When a PHA uses an engineer to act in this capacity, the terms “architect” and “engineer” shall be synonymous. The Architect shall serve as a technical representative of the Contracting Officer. The Architect’s authority is as set forth elsewhere in this contract.

  • Project Architect means the architect retained by Lessee to design and supervise construction of the Improvements.

  • Capital Improvement or "Capital Improvement Project" means the acquisition, construction, reconstruction, improvement, planning and equipping of roads and bridges, wastewater treatment facilities, water supply systems, solid waste disposal facilities, and storm water and sanitary collection, storage and treatment facilities of Local Subdivisions, including real property, interests in real property, and facilities and equipment of Local Subdivisions related or incidental thereto.

  • Licensee Improvements means any improvement, enhancement, modification, derivative work or upgrade to any of Licensor Patent Rights made, conceived, reduced to practice, affixed or otherwise developed by or on behalf of Licensee during the term of this Agreement and solely as exercised under the License.

  • Major Alteration means change other than repair or replacement of building materials or equipment with materials and equipment of a similar type.

  • Installation Work means the construction and installation of the System and the Start-up, testing and acceptance (but not the operation and maintenance) thereof; all performed by or for the Power Producer at the Premises.

  • Public Improvements means only the following improvements: housing facilities; garbage disposal plants; rubbish disposal plants; incinerators; transportation systems, including plants, works, instrumentalities, and properties used or useful in connection with those systems; sewage disposal systems, including sanitary sewers, combined sanitary and storm sewers, plants, works, instrumentalities, and properties used or useful in connection with the collection, treatment, or disposal of sewage or industrial wastes; storm water systems, including storm sewers, plants, works, instrumentalities, and properties used or useful in connection with the collection, treatment, or disposal of storm water; water supply systems, including plants, works, instrumentalities, and properties used or useful in connection with obtaining a water supply, the treatment of water, or the distribution of water; utility systems for supplying light, heat, or power, including plants, works, instrumentalities, and properties used or useful in connection with those systems; approved cable television systems, approved cable communication systems, or telephone systems, including plants, works,