Patent Challenge definition

Patent Challenge has the meaning set forth in Section 14.2.3.
Patent Challenge has the meaning set forth in Section 9.9.
Patent Challenge means a challenge to the validity, patentability, enforceability and/or non-infringement of any of the PATENT RIGHTS (as defined below) or otherwise opposing any of the PATENT RIGHTS.

Examples of Patent Challenge in a sentence

  • Xxxxx shall join any such Patent Challenge if necessary, to avoid dismissal of the Patent Challenge.

  • In all cases, the defending Party agrees to keep the other Party reasonably apprised of the status and progress of the Patent Challenge.


More Definitions of Patent Challenge

Patent Challenge means a challenge to the validity, patentability, enforceability and/or non-infringement of any of the Licensed Patents or otherwise opposing any of the Licensed Patents.
Patent Challenge has the meaning set forth in Section 12.2.5.
Patent Challenge means any direct or indirect dispute or challenge, or any knowing, willful, or reckless assistance in the dispute or challenge, of the validity, patentability, scope, priority, construction, non-infringement, inventorship, ownership or enforceability of any Editas Patents or any claim thereof, or opposition or assistance in the opposition of the grant of any letters patent within the Editas Patents, in any legal or administrative proceedings, including in a court of law, before the United States Patent and Trademark Office or other agency or tribunal in any jurisdiction, or in arbitration including, without limitation, by reexamination, inter partes review, opposition, interference, post-grant review, nullity proceeding, preissuance submission, third party submission, derivation proceeding or declaratory judgment action; provided, however, that the term Patent Challenge shall not include (i) Juno or its Affiliates being an essential party in any patent interference proceeding before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which interference Juno or its Affiliates acts in good faith to try to settle, or (ii) Juno, due to its status as an exclusive licensee of patent rights other than the Editas Patents, being named by the licensor of such patent rights as a real party in interest in such an interference, so long as Juno either abstains from participation in, or acts in good faith to settle, the interference. For clarity, a Patent Challenge shall not include arguments made by Juno that (a) distinguish the inventions claimed in patents or patent applications owned or controlled by Juno (“Juno Patents”) from those claimed in the Editas Patents but (b) do not disparage the Editas Patents or raise any issue of Editas Patents’ compliance with or sufficiency under applicable patent laws, regulations or administrative rules, in each case (i) in the ordinary course of ex parte prosecution of the Juno Patents or (ii) in inter partes proceedings before the United States Patent and Trademark Office or other agency or tribunal in any jurisdiction (excluding interferences or derivation proceedings), or in arbitration, wherein the Juno Patents have been challenged.
Patent Challenge means any action against Licensor, The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, or the ReGenX Licensors, including an action for declaratory judgment, to declare or render invalid or unenforceable the Licensed Patents, or any claim thereof.
Patent Challenge means any action against Licensor or the REGENXBIO Licensors, including an action for declaratory judgment, to declare or render invalid or unenforceable the Licensed Patents, or any claim thereof.
Patent Challenge means any direct or indirect (including by voluntarily supporting an Action brought by another Person) challenge to the validity, patentability, enforceability or inventorship of any Scheduled Licensed Patent, including in (i) any court (including any declaratory judgment action), or (ii) activity or Action before a patent office or other Governmental Entity or registrar, including any reissue, reexamination, pre-grant review, post-grant review, opposition, inter partes review, third party observations, protest or similar proceeding.