Technology Patent means (i) a Patent owned by or licensed to Micromet that contains a claim that covers the making, using, selling, offering for sale or importing of a Licensed Product or (ii) a Patent that is included in Independent MedImmune Technology or (iii) a Patent that is included in MedImmune Process Technology or (iv) a Patent that is included in Collaboration Technology.
Examples of Technology Patent in a sentence
Regulus or its outside counsel, will provide Sanofi with (i) a reasonably detailed monthly update of the filing, prosecution and maintenance status for such Joint Core Technology Patent and (ii) any further information reasonably requested by Sanofi from time to time regarding such Joint Core Technology Patent.
As part of its responsibilities as set forth in this Section 3.2.2, the JPS shall determine which Patents are to be considered Patents included in the Program Technology and will oversee the determination of inventorship on each Program Technology Patent.
Upon such notification and subject to any rights of Third Parties to such Future Technology Patent Rights, the Parties shall negotiate in good faith for a period not to exceed one hundred twenty (120) days the terms of any license to such Future Technology Patent Rights, provided that neither Party shall be obligated to grant any licenses to the other Party.
Each Party reserves all rights in and to its Pre-Existing Technology, Patent Rights and Developments not expressly granted herein and each Party further reserves the right to use, develop, modify, and enhance such Pre-Existing Technology, Patent Rights and Developments for its own internal research and development efforts, including the development of the Magnus Analyzer.
Isis will keep OncoGenex informed of all Product-Specific Technology Patent applications and registrations to be filed by Isis, and OncoGenex shall have the right to comment on such applications within the timeframes of the patent filing process and deadlines.