Joint Patent Rights definition

Joint Patent Rights means all Patent Rights claiming a Joint Invention.
Joint Patent Rights shall have the meaning provided in Section 8.1.
Joint Patent Rights means Patent Rights that Cover Joint Know-How.

Examples of Joint Patent Rights in a sentence

  • Company shall have primary responsibility, at its expense, for the preparation, filing, prosecution, and maintenance of all Joint Patent Rights, using patent counsel reasonably acceptable to Medical School.

  • The Parties agree and acknowledge that they have not waived, and nothing in this Agreement constitutes a waiver of, any legal privilege concerning the Acceleron Patent Rights or Joint Patent Rights, including privilege under the common interest doctrine and similar or related doctrines.

  • All information exchanged between the Parties or between the Parties’ outside patent counsel regarding Prosecution of the Acceleron Patent Rights or Joint Patent Rights shall be deemed Confidential Information.

  • The following terms shall apply to all Acceleron Patent Rights owned by Acceleron and all Joint Patent Rights.

  • Celgene, through counsel of its choosing, shall have primary responsibility for and control over Prosecuting throughout the Territory the Joint Patent Rights (and, for clarity, will be the “Prosecuting Party” with respect to the Joint Patent Rights), and Acceleron shall cooperate with Celgene in regard thereto.


More Definitions of Joint Patent Rights

Joint Patent Rights means Patent Rights that contain one or more claims that cover Joint Technology. For clarification, patents filed before or during the Research Program that cover the Xxxxxx Compounds will be Joint Patent Rights, but excluding the Xxxxxx Compounds listed in Schedule 1.
Joint Patent Rights means any Patent Rights based on an invention made while carrying out the Parties’ activities pursuant to this Agreement which have multiple inventors, as defined by U.S. patent law, where there is at least one inventor, employed by or otherwise obligated to assign their rights in the invention to Addex, and at least one inventor employed by or otherwise obligated to assign their rights in the invention to Indivior.
Joint Patent Rights means, collectively, all patents and patent applications that may issue or be prepared in the future based on a Joint Invention, including without limitation utility models, design patents, certificates of invention, and all divisionals, continuations, continuations-in-part, reissues, renewals, extensions or additions to any such patents and patent applications.
Joint Patent Rights means Patent Rights that contain one or more claims that cover Joint Technology.
Joint Patent Rights means Patent Rights assigned to both Medical School and Company.
Joint Patent Rights has the definition set forth in Section 12.1.3 (Ownership).
Joint Patent Rights means any Patent Rights that are jointly owned by the Parties, as set forth in Section 7.1(b).