Recordable Intellectual Property definition

Recordable Intellectual Property means (i) any Patent registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and any Patent License with respect to a Patent so registered, (ii) any Trademark registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and any Trademark License with respect to a Trademark so registered, (iii) any Copyright registered with the United States Copyright Office and any Copyright License with respect to a Copyright so registered, and all rights in or under any of the foregoing.
Recordable Intellectual Property means Intellectual Property the transfer of which is required to be recorded in the United States Patent and Trademark Office or the United States Copyright Office in order to be effective against subsequent third party transferees; provided that the following shall not be considered “Recordable Intellectual Property” hereunder: (i) unregistered United States Copyrights and (ii) non-exclusive Licenses.
Recordable Intellectual Property means (i) any material Patent issued or applied for issuance with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, (ii) any material Trademark registered or applied for registration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, (iii) any material Copyright registered or applied for registration with the United States Copyright Office, and (iv) any Exclusive Copyright License.

Examples of Recordable Intellectual Property in a sentence

  • Each Grantor represents and warrants that as of the date hereof it is the sole owner of all right, title and interest in all Recordable Intellectual Property listed in Annex G hereto, except where the failure to have such sole ownership could not reasonably be expected, either individually or in the aggregate, to have a Material Adverse Effect.

  • In each case, it will promptly make all Intellectual Property Filings necessary to record the Transaction Liens on such Recordable Intellectual Property.

  • No breach or default of any License shall be caused by any of the following, and none of the following shall limit or impair the ownership, use, validity or enforceability of, or any rights of such Obligor in, any Recordable Intellectual Property: (i) the consummation of the transactions contemplated by any Loan Document or (ii) any holding, decision, judgment or order rendered by any Governmental Authority prior to the date hereof.

  • Such Obligor shall execute and deliver to Agent in form and substance reasonably acceptable to Agent and suitable for filing in the United States Patent and Trademark Office or the United States Copyright Office, as applicable, the Intellectual Property Security Agreements for all Recordable Intellectual Property of such Obligor.

  • Annex G to the Canadian Security Agreement sets forth a complete and accurate list of all Recordable Intellectual Property that the Grantor owns.


More Definitions of Recordable Intellectual Property

Recordable Intellectual Property as defined in the Guarantee and Collateral Agreement.
Recordable Intellectual Property means (i) Patents, (ii) Patent Licenses, (iii) Trademarks, (iv) Trademark Licenses, (v) Copyrights and (vi) Copyright Licenses, and all rights in or under any of the foregoing.
Recordable Intellectual Property means (i) any Patent issued by or applied for issuance with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, (ii) any Trademark registered or applied for registration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, (iii) any Copyright registered or applied for registration with the United States Copyright Office and (iv) any material License granting to any Grantor any exclusive right to use, copy, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works, display or publish any records or other materials pertaining to a Copyright registered with the United States Copyright Office.
Recordable Intellectual Property means (i) any Patent registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office and any exclusive Patent License with respect to a Patent so registered (excluding (x) licenses for commercial off the shelf computer software that are generally available on nondiscriminatory pricing terms and (y) nonexclusive licenses incidental to the purchase of equipment that are generally available to others who purchase the same equipment), (ii) any Trademark registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and any exclusive Trademark License with respect to a Trademark so registered, (iii) any Copyright registered with the United States Copyright Office and any exclusive Copyright License with respect to a Copyright so registered (excluding (x) licenses for commercial off the shelf computer software that are generally available on nondiscriminatory pricing terms and (y) non-exclusive licenses incidental to the purchase of equipment that are generally available to others who purchase the same equipment), and all rights in or under any of the foregoing.
Recordable Intellectual Property means (i) any Patent registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and any Patent License with respect to a Patent so registered (excluding (A) licenses for off the shelf commercial software and (B) nonexclusive licenses issued upon the purchase of equipment, in each case of (A) and (B), granted in the ordinary course of business and generally available on nondiscriminatory pricing terms), (ii) any Trademark registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (excluding any “intent-to-use” trademark application prior to the filing of a “Statement of Use”, “Declaration of Use”, “Amendment to Allege Use” or similar notice with respect thereto, to the extent, if any, that, and solely during the period, if any, in which, the grant of a security interest therein would impair the validity or enforceability of such intent-to-use trademark application under Applicable Law), and any Trademark License with respect to a Trademark so registered, (iii) any Copyright registered with the United States Copyright Office and any exclusive Copyright License with respect to a Copyright so registered (excluding (A) licenses for off the shelf commercial software and (B) nonexclusive licenses issued upon the purchase of equipment, in each case of (A) and (B), granted in the ordinary course of business and generally available on nondiscriminatory pricing terms), and (iv) all rights in or under any of the foregoing.
Recordable Intellectual Property shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the Security Agreement.
Recordable Intellectual Property means (A) (i) U.S. Patents (other than U.S. Patents described in clauses (iii) and (iv) of the definition thereof) registered with the United States Patent and U.S. Trademarks (other than Trademarks described in clauses (v) and (vi) of the definition thereof) registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, (ii) U.S. Copyrights (other than U.S. Copyrights described in clauses (iii) and (iv) of the definition thereof) registered with the United States Copyright Office and (iii) all rights in or under any of the foregoing.