Definition of Technical Know-How

Technical Know-How means all published or unpublished research, development information, technical data, designs, formulas, prototypes, samples, plans, specifications, methods, processes, systems, trade secrets, empirical data, computer programs and any other information or documentation related to the Technology and to the Intellectual Property, whether patentable or unpatentable, and whether in written, machine readable, oral form or drawing, and which exists at the Effective Date;

Examples of Technical Know-How in a sentence

Provided, however, that in the event the termination of this Agreement is followed by a sale of all of the shares held by IMPCO in the JVC to MINDA/MIL, the JVC will have a right to continue to use the Technical Know How already received and absorbed on the condition that royalty payments under the TAA have been paid by the JVC to IMPCO or will be paid, as the case may be, for a minimum period of five (5) years, as provided in the TAA.
16A.1 The Parties agree that in the event of termination of this Agreement due to any of the reasons mentioned in Article 16 above (and consequent termination of the TAA) the JVC and/or MINDA/MIL will not be entitled to use the Technical Know-How for any reason whatsoever.
The Parties agree that during the pendency of the winding up, the JVC will be allowed to use the Technical Know How to the extent the same is necessary for the purpose of implementing any orders pending in favour of its customers.
Commercial Know-How means the Sellers confidential and/or proprietary information of a commercial nature to the extent used in connection with the operation of the Business, including but not limited to customer lists, financial data and marketing material, but excluding the (i) Intellectual Property, (ii) Technical Know-How and (iii) information relating to the sales and marketing of fabrics produced under the Supply and Services Agreement.
Coulter hereby grants to CCTI a worldwide, royalty-free, exclusive-license or sublicense, as the case may be, under the Technical Know-How to-practice any and all methods, and to make, have made, use, offer for sale, sell and import any and all processes, apparatus and products.