Publicity Rights definition

Publicity Rights means the name, voice, likeness, signature, photograph, video, biographical data, and other elements or attributes of an individual’s persona, identity, or personality, and any other rights of a similar nature protectable under applicable law.
Publicity Rights means any rights with respect to publicity, privacy, name, nickname, sobriquet, signature, likeness, photograph, voice, sound effect, identity, personality, biographical information or materials, endorsement, quotation, attribution, or the like.
Publicity Rights means all publicity and privacy rights, including all rights with respect to use of a Person’s name, signature, likeness, image, photograph, voice, identity, personality, and biographical and personal information and materials.

Examples of Publicity Rights in a sentence

  • SPN can allow to its agencies to exercise/exploit the Publicity Rights in conjunction with SPN.

  • For purposes of clarity, the foregoing grant of rights includes the right and authority to use, and to authorize affiliates or business partners to use, after the term of this Agreement any Publicity Rights fixed in a tangible medium (e.g., filmed, photographed, recorded or otherwise captured) during the term of this Agreement solely for the purposes described herein.

  • Denicola, Institutional Publicity Rights: An Analysis of the Merchandising of Famous Trade Symbols, 62 N.C. L.

  • Michael Madow, Private Ownership of Public Image: Popular Culture and Publicity Rights, 81 CAL.

  • Michael Madow, Private Ownership of Public Image: Popular Culture and Publicity Rights, 81 CALIF.

  • Nothing herein shall be construed to grant any Publicity Rights for use in licensed consumer products, whether traditional or digital (e.g., video games, trading cards, apparel), other than such products that constitute programming (as described herein) or news and information offerings regardless of medium (e.g., DVDs, digital highlight offerings).

  • All Claims arising out of or related in any way to any uses of Publicity Rights by the Released Parties before or after the date of this Final Approval Order, at any time in perpetuity, in any geographic location, in any media or format (whether now known or hereinafter developed), that publicize, promote, market, or advertise the NFL, any Member Clubs, the sport of NFL football, or any NFL football game.

  • Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, the foregoing grant does not confer, during or after the term of this Agreement, any right or authority to use Player’s Publicity Rights in a manner that constitutes any endorsement by Player of a third-party brand, product or service (“Endorsement”).

  • KRSPL can allow to its agencies to exercise/exploit the Publicity Rights in conjunction with KRSPL.

  • In the event that the Selected Bidder is disbarred by the Authority before the execution of the Commercial Publicity Rights Agreement, then the Authority may, at its sole discretion, consider the Eligible Bidder with the second highest (in case of disbarment of the second highest, third highest may be considered) Financial Bids for award of License.


More Definitions of Publicity Rights

Publicity Rights means the rights that allow famous people such as athletes, celebrities, or other public figures to reject to their face, name, voice, or career being commercially used in advertisements, and to reject to their portrait being used for economic gain.
Publicity Rights means all publicity rights or privacy rights (or waivers or quitclaims thereof) of any person or entity related thereto.
Publicity Rights means all right to the use of the name, initials, voice, signature, photograph and likeness of founder in connection with the manufacturing, marketing, distribution and sale of the Product Line.
Publicity Rights means the right to use Show Player(s)/Contestant(s)/ Participant’s name, likeness, recipe, picture, video, or the content of his/her participation.
Publicity Rights shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.16(a) hereof.
Publicity Rights means: (i) To advertise, publicise, and promote the Film;

Related to Publicity Rights

  • Publicity means any form of advertisement and includes any advertisement –

  • Intellectual Property Rights shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 3.1(o).

  • Licensed Intellectual Property Rights means any and all Intellectual Property Rights owned by a Third Party and licensed or sublicensed to the Company or any of its Subsidiaries or for which the Company or any of its Subsidiaries has obtained a covenant not to be sued.

  • Publicity Material means the promotional gifts, catalogues, pamphlets and all and any advertising and publicity material whatsoever which an Exhibitor wishes to display, distribute or use at the Exhibition.

  • Background Intellectual Property Rights means Intellectual Property Rights owned, controlled or furnished by either Party other than Foreground Intellectual Property Rights.

  • Joint Intellectual Property Rights means any work under the Subcontract, which:

  • Intellectual Property Rights or IPR means copyright, rights related to or affording protection similar to copyright, rights in databases, patents and rights in inventions, semi-conductor topography rights, trade marks, rights in internet domain names and website addresses and other rights in trade or business names, designs, Know-How, trade secrets and other rights in Confidential Information; applications for registration, and the right to apply for registration, for any of the rights listed at (a) that are capable of being registered in any country or jurisdiction; and all other rights having equivalent or similar effect in any country or jurisdiction;

  • Owned Intellectual Property Rights means any and all Intellectual Property Rights owned or purported to be owned by the Company or any of its Subsidiaries.

  • Intellectual Property Right means any and all patents, trade marks, trade names, copyright, industrial design or design patents, integrated circuit topography acquired under any statute law or act in any country and shall also include trade secrets, know-how and show-how (a form of IP-manuals, instructions, etc.) and any and all other related property rights which exist or may in future come into existence related to the COPYRIGHT MATERIAL.

  • Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) (11/18) means any patent rights, copyrights, trade secrets, trade names, service marks, trademarks, trade dress, moral rights, know-how and any other similar rights or intangible assets to which rights of ownership accrue, and all registrations, applications, disclosures, renewals, extensions, continuations, or reissues of the foregoing now or hereafter in force. “Key Personnel” (11/18) means the specific individuals identified in Section 3.11 to fill Key Positions.

  • Company Intellectual Property Rights means Intellectual Property Rights owned by or purported to be owned by, or exclusively licensed to, the Company or any of its Subsidiaries.

  • Registered Intellectual Property Rights means all Intellectual Property Rights that are the subject of an application, certificate, filing, registration, or other document issued by, filed with, or recorded by, any Governmental Authority in any jurisdiction.

  • Business Intellectual Property Rights means (a) the Intellectual Property Rights owned or licensed by the Group Companies and (b) any other Intellectual Property Rights owned or licensed by Seller or any of its other Subsidiaries and used solely in the conduct of the Business.

  • Third Party Intellectual Property Rights means any Intellectual Property owned by a third party.

  • Third Party Rights means the Intellectual Property of any third party;

  • Warranty Rights means the Warranty Rights as described in Schedule I to the Participation Agreement.

  • Trademarks means any trademarks, service marks, trade dress, trade names, brand names, internet domain names, designs, logos, or corporate names (including, in each case, the goodwill associated therewith), whether registered or unregistered, and all registrations and applications for registration and renewal thereof.

  • Capacity Rights means any current or future defined characteristic, certificate, tag, credit, ancillary service or attribute thereof, or accounting construct, including any of the same counted towards any current or future resource adequacy or reserve requirements, associated with the electric generation capability and capacity of the Facility or the Facility’s capability and ability to produce energy. Capacity Rights are measured in MW and do not include any Tax Credits or other tax incentives existing now or in the future associated with the construction, ownership or operation of the Facility.

  • Technology Rights means BOARD's rights in any technical information, know-how, processes, procedures, compositions, devices, methods, formulae, protocols, techniques, software, designs, drawings or data created by the inventor(s) listed in Exhibit I at UTMDACC before the EFFECTIVE DATE, which are not claimed in PATENT RIGHTS but that are necessary for practicing PATENT RIGHTS.

  • Equity Rights means, with respect to any Person, any subscriptions, options, warrants, commitments, preemptive rights or agreements of any kind (including, without limitation, any stockholders' or voting trust agreements) for the issuance, sale, registration or voting of, or securities convertible into, any additional shares of capital stock of any class, or partnership or other ownership interests of any type in, such Person.

  • Licensed IP Rights means, collectively, the Licensed Patent Rights and the Licensed Know-How Rights.

  • Company IP Rights means (a) any and all Intellectual Property used in the conduct of the business of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries as currently conducted, and (b) any and all other Intellectual Property owned by the Company or any of its Subsidiaries.

  • Company Registered Intellectual Property Rights means all of the Registered Intellectual Property Rights owned by the Company or any of its Subsidiaries.

  • Pre-Existing Intellectual Property Rights means any Intellectual Property Rights vested in or licensed to the Client or the Contractor prior to or independently of the performance by the Client of the Contractor of their obligations under this Contract.

  • Property Rights means all licenses, permits, easements, rights-of-way, certificates and other approvals obtained by either of the parties either before or after the date of this Agreement and necessary for the exploration of the Property, or for the purpose of placing the Property into production or continuing production therefrom;

  • Marks has the meaning set forth in the definition of Intellectual Property Rights.