Direct Competitor

Example Definitions of "Direct Competitor"
Direct Competitor. Medtronic, Johnson & Johnson Corporation and Abbott Laboratories and each of their respective Affiliates
Direct Competitor. Any individual or entity engaged in, or which presently intends to engage in, the research, development, manufacture, or commercialization of any mAb product used to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure an infectious disease
Direct Competitor. A person or entity that sells Competitive Products or Competitive Services in a manner substantially similar to the Company via a sales platform that is substantially similar to the Company's sales platform (i.e., primarily engaged in the home shopping business). A Direct Competitor includes an infomercial business having as a primary focus the marketing to consumers of Competitive Products or Competitive Services through television programming or via the internet (web sites). Examples of... Direct Competitors as of the Effective Date include, but are not limited to: HSN, Inc., QVC, Inc., Jewelry Television Network and their subsidiaries. View More
Direct Competitor. Means, as of the date of this Agreement any of the following: (i) Halliburton Company, Baker Hughes, Incorporated, Weatherford International plc, and any other oilfield equipment and services company; and (ii) any entity engaged in seismic data acquisition, processing and reservoir geosciences services to the oil and natural gas industry, including in all cases in (i) and (ii) above, any and all of their parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, joint ventures, divisions, successors, or assigns.
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