Licensed Mark definition

Licensed Mark means the mark ALTISOURCE.
Licensed Mark means the markMOELIS.”
Licensed Mark shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.14(b).

Examples of Licensed Mark in a sentence

The Company acknowledges and agrees that Licensor is the owner of all right, title, and interest in and to the Licensed Mark, and all such right, title, and interest shall remain with the Licensor.

The Company shall not by any act or omission use the Licensed Mark in any manner that disparages or reflects adversely on Licensor or its business or reputation.

Licensor makes no representation or warranty to the Company with respect to Licensor’s right to use and/or license the Licensed Mark.

Each party shall promptly notify the other party and provide to the other party all relevant background facts upon becoming aware of (i) any registrations of, or applications for registration of, marks that do or may conflict with any Licensed Mark, and (ii) any infringements, imitations, or illegal use or misuse of the Licensed Mark.

The Company shall not have a right to sublicense the Licensed Mark except to a subsidiary and any sublicense shall terminate if such entity ceases to be a subsidiary of the Company.


More Definitions of Licensed Mark

Licensed Mark means the mark APOLLO.
Licensed Mark means any registered or unregistered trademark, brand or logo referenced in Attachment A.
Licensed Mark shall have the meaning assigned to such term in Paragraph 1.1(a) hereof.
Licensed Mark has the meaning set forth in the recitals.
Licensed Mark means the trademark "COLEMAN," and the variations thereof and associated logos set forth in Schedule A.
Licensed Mark or "Licensed Marks" shall mean the trademarks BOSS in the Microgramma Typestyle and the stylized B (as set forth on Exhibit A attached hereto) whether used alone or in combination with other words or symbols, with the appearance and/or style of the said trademark in compliance with the provisions of Exhibit A.