Definition of Technology Transfer Period


Technology Transfer Period means the period commencing on the Effective Date and continuing thereafter for *** months.

Examples of Technology Transfer Period in a sentence

Commencing as soon as practicable after the Effective Date, but no later than *** days from the Effective Date, and continuing through the expiration of the Technology Transfer Period, FivePrime shall disclose to HGS FivePrime Know-How pertaining to the Manufacture and Development of any Compounds or Products that has not previously been provided to HGS, at no additional cost to HGS, except as expressly set forth in Section 6.2(a).
After the Technology Transfer Period on a continuing basis during the Term, FivePrime shall disclose within a commercially reasonable time to HGS additional FivePrime Know-How that comes into existence from time to time, and perform other technology transfer activities as set forth in this Agreement, in each case at HGS cost and expense.
If Licensee desires that Alnylam continue to provide technology transfer services with respect to Licensed Intellectual Property (i) beyond the scope of the Technology Transfer Plan, or (ii) following the end of the Technology Transfer Period, Alnylam shall, at its discretion and upon mutual agreement of the Parties on the terms of such services (including, as necessary, an amended Technology Transfer Plan), continue to provide such services on terms to be agreed upon by the Parties.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, (i) the Vendor and Merrimac shall maintain insurance in respect of the Leased Premises and such insurance shall remain the responsibility of the Vendor and Merrimac until the end of the Technology Transfer Period; and (ii) the Vendor and Merrimac shall add the Purchaser as a beneficiary and loss payee of the insurance in respect of the Leased Premises for the Technology Transfer Period.
Prior to commencement of Stage 3A activities as described in Schedule A, Insmed shall approve both the Master Batch Record and ARIKACE SOPs delivered to it by Therapure during the Technology Transfer Period.