Intellectual Properties definition

Intellectual Properties means all right, title, interest and benefit of the Corporation in and to any registered or unregistered, trade or brand names, service marks, copyrights, copyright applications, designs, inventions, patents, patent applications, patent rights (including any patents issuing on such applications or rights), licences, sub-licences, franchises, formulas, processes, know-how, technology, computer rights and other intellectual or industrial property of the Corporation or pertaining to the Business, including the property listed in Schedule 3.23;
Intellectual Properties means patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade names, service marks, ideas, designs, concepts, techniques, discoveries or improvements including any and all devices and computer software, whether or not patentable and pending applications relating thereto.
Intellectual Properties means, collectively, the trademarks, patents, software copyrights and domain names which have been registered with the relevant Governmental Agencies in accordance with PRC Laws as of February 25, 2020 and listed in Appendix A hereof.

Examples of Intellectual Properties in a sentence

  • AC three year review of Intellectual Properties Policy, spring 2014.

  • Executive warrants that any and all items, technology, and Intellectual Properties of any nature developed or provided by Executive under this Agreement and in any way for or related to the Company will be original to Executive and will not, as provided to the Company or when used and exploited by the Company and its contractors and customers and its and their successors and assigns, infringe in any respect on the rights or property of Executive or any third party.

  • Pursuant to this amendment, CSI and CFI granted a limited guarantee in favor of Wachovia with regard to the obligations of Congoleum under the Credit Facility, which limited guarantee is substantially similar to the limited guarantee that was previously granted by Congoleum Financial Corporation and Congoleum Intellectual Properties, Inc., which entities are no longer in existence.

  • As a result, total sales outside Greece in 2011 amount to €148,1 of total group revenue and comprises 75% of total Group Sales.

  • Should any controversy concerning this Policy arise, it will be referred to the Intellectual Properties Committee.

More Definitions of Intellectual Properties

Intellectual Properties means all Intellectual Property rights, whether protectable, created or arising under the laws of the PRC, the U.S. or any other jurisdiction, arising in connection with or in relation to (i) trade names, trademarks and service marks (registered and unregistered), domain names and other Internet address or identifiers, trade dress and similar rights, all applications or registrations therefor and all of the goodwill embodied and symbolized thereby (collectively, the "Trademarks"); (ii) patents and patent applications (collectively, "Patents"); (iii) copyrights (registered and unregistered) and applications for registration (collectively, "Copyrights"); (iv) trade secrets (actual or potential), know-how, inventions, methods, instructions for processes and processes, technical data, specifications, research and development information, technology, product roadmaps, customer lists, and any other information that has economic value (actual or potential) not generally known to other Persons, but not including any copyrights or patents covering or protecting any thereof (collectively, the "Trade Secrets"); and (v) moral rights, rights of publicity, database rights, and any other property rights or Intellectual Property rights of any kind or nature not protectable by or under the Trademarks, Patents, Copyrights or Trade Secrets.
Intellectual Properties means inventions, patents, copyrights, trade secrets, trade names and trademarks, technologies, methods, design drawings, software (including documentation and source code listings) processes, applications for the same and other proprietary properties or information.
Intellectual Properties means any and all (i) patents, patent rights and applications therefor and reissues, reexaminations, continuations, continuations-in-part, divisions, and patent term extensions thereof, (ii) inventions (whether patentable or not), discoveries, improvements, concepts, innovations and industrial models, (iii) registered and unregistered copyrights, copyright registrations and applications, mask works and registrations and applications therefor, author’s rights and works of authorship (including artwork, software, computer programs, source code, object code and executable code, firmware, development tools, files, records and data, and related documentation), (iv) URLs, web sites, web pages and any part thereof, (v) technical information, know-how, trade secrets, drawings, designs, design protocols, specifications, proprietary data, customer lists, databases, proprietary processes, technology, formulae, and algorithms and other intellectual property, (vi) trade names, trade dress, trademarks, domain names, service marks, logos, business names, and registrations and applications therefor, and (vii) the goodwill symbolized or represented by the foregoing.
Intellectual Properties shall have the meaning given it in Section 4.13 hereof.
Intellectual Properties means all rights in relation to copyrights, trademarks, patents, domain names and trade secrets, which can reflects the intellectual labor achievements and are stipulated by the Copyright Law, the Trademark Law, the Patent Law, the Law against Competition by Inappropriate Means of the PRC, and other relevant laws, regulations or rules.
Intellectual Properties means the domain names which have been filed with the relevant Governmental Agencies in accordance with PRC Laws as of [June 27], 2022 and listed in Appendix B hereof.
Intellectual Properties means all marks, names, trademarks, service marks, patents, patent rights, assumed names, logos, copyrights, trade secrets and similar intangibles of MHP and its Affiliates, and variants of and applications of the foregoing as listed on Schedule 1.14.