Existing Non-Statutory Intellectual Property

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Existing Non-Statutory Intellectual Property. All unpatented inventions (whether or not patentable), trade secrets, know-how and proprietary information, including but not limited to (in whatever form or medium), discoveries, ideas, compositions, formulae, computer programs (including, without limitation, source and object codes and documentation), databases, drawings, designs, plans, proposals, specifications, photographs, samples, models, processes, procedures, data, information, manuals, reports, financial, marketing and business data,... pricing and costing information, correspondence and notes relating to and arising or developed from the Business, to the extent owned by either party hereto as of the Effective Date; provided, however, the foregoing shall not include any Third Party Intellectual Property Rights or any copyrights, trademarks, service marks, corporate names, domain names or applications for any of the foregoing. View More
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