Other Intellectual Property definition

Other Intellectual Property means all trade secrets, ideas, concepts, methods, techniques, processes, proprietary information, technology, know-how, formulae, rights of publicity and privacy and other general intangibles of like nature, now or hereafter acquired, owned, developed or used by any Grantor.
Other Intellectual Property means any result of intellectual activity that can be owned by a person (excluding Works) and includes, without limitation, inventions (whether or not patentable), industrial designs, trademarks and integrated circuit topographies, as those terms are defined by the applicable legislation.
Other Intellectual Property means all worldwide intellectual property rights, proprietary rights and common-law rights, whether registered or unregistered, not otherwise included in Domain Names, Copyrights, Copyright Licenses, Patents, Patent Licenses, Trademarks, Trademark Licenses or Trade Secrets, including, without limitation, all rights to and under all new and useful inventions, discoveries, methods, processes, designs, technology, art, trade dress, algorithms, software, concepts, protocols, electronic or other databases and all improvements thereof and all know-how related thereto.

Examples of Other Intellectual Property in a sentence

  • See Item 1, “Business—Patents, Trademarks, and Other Intellectual Property Protection,” for more details.

  • The Service Recipient shall not, through reverse engineering or any other means, attempt to access any such source code and shall use the Third Party Intellectual Property and the Other Intellectual Property only for its intended use hereunder.

  • Without limiting the foregoing, it is acknowledged and agreed that the Service Recipient shall not have any rights in or access to, and the Service Provider shall ensure that no copies are provided to the Service Recipient or any of its Affiliates of, any source code with respect to any Third Party Intellectual Property or Other Intellectual Property.

  • Other than as permitted by this Agreement, the Service Recipient shall not have any rights in or to any such Third Party Intellectual Property or Other Intellectual Property as a result of any such access or use.

  • The Service Provider hereby grants, on behalf of itself and its Affiliates, to the Service Recipient a license to access and use such Third Party Intellectual Property and Other Intellectual Property solely to the extent reasonably necessary in connection with receiving and fully utilizing the Services under and in accordance with this Agreement.


More Definitions of Other Intellectual Property

Other Intellectual Property means all worldwide intellectual property rights, industrial property rights, proprietary rights and common-law rights, whether registered or unregistered, which are not otherwise included in Confidential Information, Copyrights, Copyright Licenses, Domain Names, Governmental Licenses, Other IP Agreements, Patents, Patent Licenses, Trademarks and Trademark Licenses, Proprietary Databases, Proprietary Software, Websites, Website Agreements and Trade Secrets, including, without limitation, all rights to and under all new and useful algorithms, concepts, data (including all clinical data relating to a Product), databases, designs, discoveries, inventions, know-how, methods, processes, protocols, show-how, software (other than commercially available, off-the-shelf software), specifications for Products, techniques, technology, trade dress and all improvements thereof and thereto, which is owned by Parent or any Subsidiary or which Parent or any Subsidiary is licensed, authorized or otherwise granted rights under or to, and which is used by Parent or any other Person to advertise, develop, manufacture, import, market, promote, offer for sale, sell, use and/or otherwise distribute a Product.
Other Intellectual Property means Intellectual Property used in the Business that is not Owned Intellectual Property.
Other Intellectual Property is defined in Section 4.17(c).
Other Intellectual Property means all worldwide intellectual property rights, industrial property rights, proprietary rights and common-law rights, whether registered or unregistered, which are not otherwise included in Confidential Information, Copyrights, Copyright Licenses, Domain Names, Governmental Licenses, Other IP Agreements, Patents, Patent Licenses, Trademarks, Trademark Licenses, Proprietary Databases, Proprietary Software, Websites, Website Agreements and Trade Secrets, including, without limitation, all rights to and under all new and useful algorithms, concepts, data (including all clinical data relating to a Product), databases, designs, discoveries, inventions, know-how, methods, processes, protocols, chemistries, compositions, formulas, show-how, software (other than commercially available, off-the-shelf software that is not assignable in connection with a Change of Control), specifications for Products, techniques, technology, trade dress and all improvements thereof and thereto, in each of the foregoing cases, which is owned by or licensed to the Borrower or any Subsidiary or with respect to which the Borrower or any Subsidiary is authorized or granted rights under or to.
Other Intellectual Property means all intellectual property rights used in the business of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries as currently conducted, including but not limited to all patents and patent applications; copyrights, copyright registrations and applications (including copyrights in Computer Programs); Computer Programs; technology, trade secrets, know-how, confidential information, proprietary processes and formulae; "semiconductor chip product" and "mask works" (as such terms are defined in 17 U.S.C. 901); and rights of publicity and privacy relating to the use of the names, signatures, likenesses, voices and biographical information of real persons; together with any and all rights of renewal thereof and the right to xxx for past, present or future infringements or misappropriations thereof.
Other Intellectual Property means all worldwide intellectual property rights, industrial property rights, proprietary rights and common-law rights, whether registered or unregistered, which are not otherwise included in Confidential Information, Copyrights, Copyright Licenses, Domain Names, Permits, Other IP Agreements, Patents, Patent Licenses, Trademarks and Trademark Licenses, Proprietary Databases, Proprietary Software, Websites, Website Agreements and Trade Secrets, including, without limitation, all rights to and under all new and useful algorithms, concepts, data (including all clinical data relating to a Product or Service), databases, designs, discoveries, inventions, know-how, methods, processes, protocols, show-how, software (other than commercially available, off-the-shelf software), specifications for Products and processes for Services, techniques, technology, trade dress and all improvements thereof and thereto, which is owned by the Borrower or any Subsidiary or which the Borrower or any Subsidiary is licensed, authorized or otherwise granted rights under or to, and which is used by the Borrower or any other Person to advertise, develop, manufacture, import, market, promote, offer for sale, sell, use, provide and/or otherwise distribute a Product or Service.
Other Intellectual Property means that Intellectual Property that is licensed to VIVUS by FemPharm and Acrux pursuant to Section 2.1(b) of the Acrux License.