Definition of Post-Registration Activities

  1. Post-Registration Activities means, with respect to each Collaboration Compound or Licensed Product, all clinical Development activities conducted by the Parties in accordance with any Global Development Plan for a specific Targeted Indication after the filing of an NDA with respect to such Collaboration Compound or Licensed Product for which an NDA has been filed for such Targeted Indication, up to and including the Completion of Phase 4 Clinical Trials and Phase 5 Clinical Trials with respect to such Collaboration Compound or Licensed Product and the conduct of activities related to the Manufacture of Collaboration Compounds or Licensed Products for such Clinical Trials.

Definition of Post-Registration Activities in Commercialization Agreement

Post-Registration Activities means, with respect to each Collaboration Compound or Licensed Product, all clinical Development activities conducted by the Parties in accordance with any Global Development Plan for a specific Targeted Indication after the filing of an NDA with respect to such Collaboration Compound or Licensed Product for which an NDA has been filed for such Targeted Indication, up to and including the Completion of Phase 4 Clinical Trials and Phase 5 Clinical Trials with respect to such Collaboration Compound or Licensed Product and the conduct of activities related to the Manufacture of Collaboration Compounds or Licensed Products for such Clinical Trials.