Prosecuting definition

Prosecuting means with regard to specified Patent Rights, preparing, filing, prosecuting, validating, maintaining and defending such Patent Rights, including with respect to any re-examination, reissue, revocation, interference or opposition proceedings including any appeal therefrom. For the avoidance of doubt, “Prosecuting” excludes any infringement suits or other legal proceedings to enforce the specified Patent Rights, regardless of whether or not such proceedings involve the defense of the Patent Rights in suit.
Prosecuting or “Prosecution” 8.2.1(a)(i) “Publishing Party” 9.2 “Reconciliation Statement” 5.5.5 “Royalty Report” 5.6.4
Prosecuting means, in reference to a designated Patent Right, preparing a Patent Right in application form for filing in any Patent Office, or performing activities associated with filing, prosecuting, maintaining, defending, or correcting the Patent Right in any Patent Office proceeding or with appeal of a Patent Office decision therefrom, including with respect to any post-grant proceeding, supplemental examination, post-grant review, inter partes review, reexamination, reissue, interference, or opposition proceeding in any Patent Office. For the

Examples of Prosecuting in a sentence

  • The Contractor, its employees, subcontractors, and their employees shall maintain the confidentiality of all information provided by the County or acquired by the Contractor in performance of this Agreement, except upon the prior written consent of the Pierce County Prosecuting Attorney or an order entered by a court after having acquired jurisdiction over the County.

  • The County, through its Contracting Officer, County Executive, and its Prosecuting Attorney, or their designees, will consider the material submitted by an appellant before issuing its final determination upon the appeal.

  • Who has at least ten (10) years of service credit as a participant in the Prosecuting Attorneys retirement fund, with at least ten (10) years of service credit completed immediately preceding the participant’s retirement.

  • I/We am/are aware that, in addition and without prejudice to any other remedy provided to combat any restrictive practices related to tenders and contracts, tenders that are suspicious will be reported to the Competition Commission for investigation and possible imposition of administrative penalties in terms of section 59 of the Competition Act No 89 of 1998 and/or may be reported to the National Prosecuting Authority [NPA] for criminal investigation.

  • Further, we and/or our affiliates may own, operate or authorize others to own or operate [franchise] [Businesses/ Shops/[names for base or center]/Restaurants/Schools] at any location outside of your Territory (including immediately proximate thereto).


More Definitions of Prosecuting

Prosecuting or “Prosecution” 7.1.1(a) “Royalty Report” 6.7 “Secondary Prosecution Activities” 7.1.1(e) THIS EXHIBIT HAS BEEN REDACTED AND IS THE SUBJECT OF A CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT REQUEST. REDACTED MATERIAL IS MARKED WITH [* * *] AND HAS BEEN FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION. Term SectionSPC” 7.7 “Supply and Manufacturing Agreement” 5.3.3 “Time-Limited Exclusive Field Date” 2.1.2(a) “Time-Limited Exclusive Option Field” 2.1.2 “Time-Limited Exclusive Option Field Candidate” 2.1.2(a) “Time-Limited Exclusive Option Field Selection Request” 2.1.2(a) “Trademarks” 3.1.4
Prosecuting means with respect to any patent rights, (a) to prepare and file patent applications, including re-examinations or re-issues thereof, and represent applicants or assignees before relevant patent offices or other relevant Governmental Authorities during examination, re-examination and re-issue thereof, in appeal processes and interferences, or any equivalent proceedings or any other prosecution activities, (b) to defend all such applications against Third Party oppositions or other challenges (other than any challenges in response to an enforcement against any Competitive Infringement pursuant to Section 7.2 that are not administered by any patent office or like Governmental Authority), (c) to secure the grant of any patents arising from such patent application, (d) to maintain in force any issued patent (including through payment of any relevant maintenance fees), (e) obtain and maintain patent term extension or supplemental protection certificates or their equivalents, and (f) to make all decisions with regard to any of the foregoing activities.
Prosecuting and “Prosecute” shall mean the preparation, filing, prosecution and maintenance of any patent applications and patents, including, without limitation, any and all divisionals, continuations in part, extensions, interferences, re-examinations, reissues, oppositions, post-grant proceedings and the like.
Prosecuting shall have the correlative meanings.