Intellectual Property License definition

Intellectual Property License means any license, sublicense, right, covenant, non-assertion, permission, immunity, consent, release or waiver under or with respect to any Intellectual Property Rights or Technology.
Intellectual Property License means any license, permit, authorization, approval, contract or consent granted, issued by or with any Person relating to the use of Intellectual Property.
Intellectual Property License means (i) any grant by any Seller to any third Person of any right of such Seller under its Intellectual Property, and (ii) any grant by any third Person to one or more Sellers of any right under such third Person’s Intellectual Property, in each case to the extent Related to the Business.

Examples of Intellectual Property License in a sentence

  • Intellectual Property License Agreement (21) 6.11 BlockSafe Technologies, Inc.

  • The Company has complied in all material respects with, and is not in material breach nor has received any written notice of any asserted or threatened claim of breach of, any license agreement pursuant to which Intellectual Property Rights have been licensed to or by the Company (the “Intellectual Property Licensed Agreements”), and the Company has no knowledge of any material breach by any other person to any Intellectual Property License Agreement.

  • Intellectual Property License Agreement between and among ITT Corporation, ITT Destinations, Inc.

  • With respect to each Contract, Governmental Approval, Lease and Intellectual Property License, Seller shall duly perform and comply with all agreements and conditions required thereby to be performed or complied with by it prior to or on the Closing Date.

  • The evolution of the density and velocity further depends on the strength of interactions between motors and roadblocks (ktp/kip) since the change in velocity (density) when a motor catches up with a peloton is larger when ktp/kip is smaller.In Figure 3 B we illustrate how the relative change in motor density is affected by the motor initiation rate, comparing the full expressions derived in The Supplementary Material to simulations.


More Definitions of Intellectual Property License

Intellectual Property License means any Patent License, Trademark License, Copyright License, Commercial Software License or other license or sublicense agreement granting rights under Intellectual Property to which any Grantor is a party, including those listed on Schedule III.
Intellectual Property License has the meaning set forth in Section 3.12(b).
Intellectual Property License has the meaning set forth in Section 5.08(a).
Intellectual Property License means any license, sublicense, right, covenant, non-assertion or similar covenant, permission, immunity, consent, release or waiver under or with respect to any Intellectual Property Rights or Technology.
Intellectual Property License has the meaning assigned thereto in the Guaranty and Collateral Agreement.
Intellectual Property License means any license, sublicense, right, covenant, non-assertion, permission, immunity, consent, release or waiver under or with respect to any Intellectual Property.
Intellectual Property License means the Intellectual Property License, substantially in the form of Exhibit R, between the Company and the Administrative Agent dated as of the Closing Date.