Third Party Consultants definition

Third Party Consultants means any Third Party (including, but not limited to, any clinical study and/or trial consultants, marketing consultants, or any individual (including, but not limited to, physician investigators involved in clinical studies)) who is performing or has performed work on behalf of Respondent Inamed or Ipsen related to the research, Development, manufacture, marketing, commercialization, distribution, importation, exportation, cost, pricing, supply, sales, sales support, or use of the Joint Development Botulinum Product(s) since the date of the Joint Development and Distribution Agreement. “Third Party Consultants” include, but are not limited to, the persons and entities listed in Appendix IV of this Order.
Third Party Consultants shall have the meaning given to the term in Clause 9.2;

Examples of Third Party Consultants in a sentence

Third Party Consultants, Entities, Contractors, Suppliers and Vendors accessing SFPL’s infrastructure shall be governed by this policy to the extent it is applicable to them.

To request assistance from NYPA, please use the following contact: Evan Kolkos 914-681-6431 Solar@NYPA.gov The Authorized User, at its discretion, may include the cost of NYPA or other Third Party Consultants in the PPA’s kW-hour rate provided that the costs are fully disclosed to Contractors in the Mini-Bid RFP.

In order to seek to ensure that any use by Clough Capital personnel of these Third Party Consultants does not result in the receipt by Clough Capital of any material non-public information, certain compliance controls have been adopted which are fully described in that Policy.

Upon reasonable prior notice, the employees and agents of the Applicant shall have access, at all reasonable times, to the Third Party Consultant's offices, personnel, books, records, and correspondence pertaining to the calculation and fee for the purpose of verification.

The Applicant shall not be liable for any of Third Party Consultant's costs resulting from a review or audit of the Third Party Consultant's books, records, correspondence, or work papers pertaining to the calculations contemplated by this Agreement or the fee paid by the Applicant to the Third Party Consultant pursuant to Section 4.8, if such fee is timely paid.

Contractors shall provide a total price per kWh in the PPA by item that includes the cost of the electricity, cost of Third Party Consultants and cost of all Incentives, and shall also provide a breakdown showing the kWh cost of the electricity, Third Party Consultants and incentives as separate line items.

This form is available as part of Metra’s Third Party Consultants Quality Management Plan (TPCQMP).

Tenant shall procure, at its own cost and expense, all certificates as required by law and deliver to Owner copies of same prior to making any such repair, replacement, change, alteration or installation and upon completion thereof.

Third Party Consultants, Suppliers and Service Providers who have developed their own anti-corruption policy and provide training under that policy, in each case on a basis substantially equivalent to that contemplated by this Policy, will not be required to take the Teck training.

Contractors shall provide a Not to Exceed Price that includes the cost of the electricity but does not include the cost of Third Party Consultants or Incentives.


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Sub-Consultants means an entity to whom/which the Consultant subcontracts any part of the Services while remaining solely liable for the execution of the Contract.
Third Party Contractor as used in the Student Data Protection Act and “Operator” as used in COPPA. De-Identified Information (DII): De-Identification refers to the process by which the Contractor removes or obscures any Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”) from Education Records in a way that removes or minimizes the risk of disclosure of the identity of the individual and information about them.
Third Party Content means data, database information or other information which is provided to GroundSure by a Third Party Data Provider.
Third Party Licensor means a third party from which Dynavax has received a license or sublicense to Licensed Intellectual Property.
Third Party Vendor means any person or entity that provides SaaS, third party software and/or related intellectual property. “Work” means any additional work the Customer requests Singtel to perform in relation to the Service.
Third Party Contracts means any agreements entered into by the Retailer and/or the Customer with any third parties, such as the Transmission Licensee and the MSSL, to enable the Retailer to retail electricity to Contestable Consumers. For the purposes of this Electricity Agreement, Third Party Contracts shall include, but is not limited to, the Retailer Use of Systems Agreement, the Market Support Services Agreement, and the Power System Operator•Market Participant Agreement (as defined under the Market Rules);
Consultants means the Company's consultants and advisors only if: (i) they are natural persons; (ii) they provide bona fide services to the Company; and (iii) the services are not in connection with the offer or sale of securities in a capital-raising transaction, and do not directly or indirectly promote or maintain a market for the Company's securities.
Architects/ Consultants means M/s.
Third Party Manufacturer means any person, firm or company which carries out the reproduction of Work and/or manufactures and/or prints the Licensed Publication on behalf of the Licensee;
Third Party Technology means all Intellectual Property and products owned by third parties and licensed pursuant to Third Party Licenses.
Third Party IPR means any Intellectual Property Rights not belonging to either party to this Agreement but used by the Supplier in the creation of the Deliverables and/or in the course of or in connection with the Project. In this Agreement: any headings in this Agreement shall not affect the interpretation of this Agreement; a reference to a statute or statutory provision is (unless otherwise stated) a reference to the applicable UK statute as it is in force for the time being, taking account of any amendment, extension, or re-enactment and includes any subordinate legislation for the time being in force made under it; where the words “include(s)” or “including” are used in this Agreement, they are deemed to have the words “without limitation” following them, and are illustrative and shall not limit the sense of the words preceding them; without prejudice to clause 1.2.5, except where the context requires otherwise, references to: services being provided to, or other activities being provided for, the British Council; any benefits, warranties, indemnities, rights and/or licences granted or provided to the British Council; and the business, operations, customers, assets, Intellectual Property Rights, agreements or other property of the British Council, shall be deemed to be references to such services, activities, benefits, warranties, indemnities, rights and/or licences being provided to, or property belonging to, each of the British Council and the British Council Entities and this Agreement is intended to be enforceable by each of the British Council Entities; and obligations of the British Council shall not be interpreted as obligations of any of the British Council Entities.
Third Party Providers or “TPPs” means any payment service provider that provides payment services to you or someone else that concerns the Account, for example, an AISP (described in Clause 1(c) below).
Third Party Licenses means licenses from third parties governing third party software embedded or used in the trading platform.
Third Party Contract means a contract between Metrolinx and any other Person which is in any way related to, impacts or is impacted by the Services and/or the Consultant’s acts or omissions, whether expressly identified to the Consultant or not.
Third Party IP means the Intellectual Property Rights of any third party that is not a party to this Contract, and that is not directly or indirectly providing any goods or services to Customer under this Contract.
Third-party logistics provider means anyone who contracts with a prescription drug manufacturer to provide or coordinate warehousing, distribution, or other similar services on behalf of a manufacturer, but does not take title to the prescription drug or have any authoritative control over the prescription drug's sale. Such third party logistics provider must be licensed as a pharmaceutical wholesaler under this chapter and be an "authorized distributor of record" to be considered part of the "normal distribution channel".
Third Party(ies) means a person or entity who or which is neither a Party nor an Affiliate of a Party.
Third Party Components means software and interfaces, licensed by RIM from a third party for incorporation into a RIM software product, or for incorporation into firmware in the case of RIM hardware products, and distributed as an integral part of that RIM product under a RIM brand, but shall not include Third Party Software.
Third Party Consent means any one of them;
Independent Consultants means those persons who have no
Third Party License means licenses from third parties governing third party software embedded or used in the Trading Platform.
Licensors means each entity listed on the list entitled “Licensors” which can be accessed on the Website and which may be amended from time to time by Licensing Company; provided, however, that "Licensors" for the purposes of this Agreement shall only include those entities that are listed on the list entitled "Licensors" during the Term.
Third Party Material means software, software development tools, methodologies, ideas, methods, processes, concepts and techniques owned by, or licensed to a third party and used by the Service Provider in the performance of the Services;
Vendors means the proposer(s) responding to this RFP and vendor(s) to whom a contract has been awarded as a result of this RFP by GPISD. A responsible vendor is a vendor who has adequate financial resources (or the ability to obtain such resources), can comply with the delivery requirements, and is a qualified and established firm regularly engaged in the type of business that provides the product(s) /service(s) listed herein.
Third Party Consents shall have the meaning set forth in Section 8.3.
Third Party Data means any and all third party data disseminated directly or indirectly from the LME to the Licensee from time to time (including but not limited to, the third party data set out at Schedule 1 as updated and amended by the LME, from time to time);