Licensed Patent definition

Licensed Patent means Stanford's rights in U.S. Patent Application, Serial Number , filed , any foreign patent application corresponding thereto, and any divisional, continuation, or reexamination application, extension, and each patent that issues or reissues from any of these patent applications. Any claim of an unexpired Licensed Patent is presumed to be valid unless it has been held to be invalid by a final judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction from which no appeal can be or is taken. “Licensed Patent” excludes any continuation-in-part (CIP) patent application or patent.
Licensed Patent means the (i) the patent(s) described in section 5.1 and (ii) the patent applications described in Section 5.2 of the EPLA, along with any issued and unexpired patent(s) issued during the Term that arose out of and claim priority to such patent applications, such as for example, continuations, divisionals, continuation-in-part, or foreign applications. "Licensed Patent" also means any reissues or reexaminations of a Licensed Patent that contain one or more valid claims directed to Licensed Technology. Any claim of an unexpired Licensed Patent is presumed to be valid unless it has been held to be invalid by a final judgment of a court of competent jurisdictions from which no appeal can be or is taken.
Licensed Patent also means any reissues or reexaminations of a Licensed Patent that contain one or more valid claims directed to Licensed Technology. Any claim of an unexpired Licensed Patent is presumed to be valid unless it has been held to be invalid by a final judgment of a court of competent jurisdictions from which no appeal can be or is taken.

Examples of Licensed Patent in a sentence

Among other things, these provisions provide the United States Government with nonexclusive rights in the Licensed Patent.

Any dispute regarding the validity of any Licensed Patent shall be litigated in the courts located in Santa Clara County, California, and the parties agree not to challenge personal jurisdiction in that forum.

Stanford and any such other institution have the right to publish any information included in the Technology or a Licensed Patent.

Stanford and any such other institution have the right to publish any information included in a Licensed Patent.

In the event that a validity or non-infringement challenge of a Licensed Patent brought by ***** is successful, ***** will have no right to recoup any royalties paid before or during the period challenge.


More Definitions of Licensed Patent

Licensed Patent means all Patents:
Licensed Patent means the Patent that is Controlled by Takeda as of the Execution Date identified as the Licensed [***] Patent on Exhibit 1.168, and all Patents Controlled by Takeda during the Term that claim priority to such Patent.
Licensed Patent means:
Licensed Patent means U.S. Patent No. (X,XXX,XXX), entitled “(TITLE),” which issued on (date), all reissues, reexaminations, and patent term extensions of this patent, and any international equivalents thereof.
Licensed Patent means any patent (or disclosed patent application) licensed to TTL herein and containing a claim defining the appearance, composition, design, manufacturing, structure, operation, or use of a valve or valve-related subject matter, insofar as owned or licensable by RAJ or PART (BPV Partners), and so licensed to TTL in or for the License Territory.
Licensed Patent also means any reissues or reexaminations of a Licensed Patent that contain one or more claims directed to Licensed Technology.
Licensed Patent means United States Patent No. 6,677,299.