Licensed Patent

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Licensed Patent. All patents and patent applications, including all divisional and continuation applications (but excluding continuation-in-part applications unless such application(s) are included in Technology), as well as all foreign equivalent patent applications and Patent Cooperation Treaty filings, and all patents issuing therefrom, in which MICHIGAN has or acquires a property interest, which cover an invention included in the TECHNOLOGY, including U.S. Provisional Patent Application No. 60/222,794, and... U.S. Provision Patent Application No. 60/240,317. View More
Licensed Patent. The patent(s) described in section 2(a) of attached Exhibit A along with any valid and subsisting patent issued during the term of this Agreement by the United States Patent and Trademark Office or any like foreign body with respect to a Patent Application or issuing from any Patent Application or claiming priority to any Patent Application or Licensed Patent. The term "Licensed Patent" also means any reissues or reexaminations of a Licensed Patent.
Licensed Patent. Means each and all of the following: (a) the ‘122 Application and foreign equivalents; (b) all patents maturing from a continuation, division, reissue, or reexamination of the ‘122 Application or foreign equivalents and (c) all patents maturing from a continuation-in-part or foreign equivalents of the ‘122 Application, so long as Henderson is named as an inventor on the patent that issues from the continuation-in-part or foreign equivalents.
Licensed Patent. (A) Stanford's U.S. Patent Application Serial Number ***, filed ***, and any foreign patent application corresponding thereto, and any divisional, continuation, or reexamination application, and each patent that issues or reissues from any of these patent applications or their parents (the *** Patent); and (B) claims *** of Stanford's U.S. Patent No. *** and any reexamined or reissued claims corresponding thereto (the *** Patent). Any claim of an unexpired Licensed Patent is presumed to be... valid unless it has been held to be invalid or unpatentable by a final judgment of the Board of Appeals of a Patent Office or a court of competent jurisdiction from which no appeal can be or is taken. Licensed Patent excludes any continuation-in-part (CIP) patent application or patent maturing therefrom to the extent that the issued claims in such cannot be supported by its parent application in the absence of the additional material in the CIP application. View More
Licensed Patent. As used in this Agreement shall mean any claim derived from United States Patent No. US 8,637,075, or from any patent issued in the future from any reissue, reexamination, divisional, continuation, and/or continuation-in-part of the Licensed Patents in the US.
Licensed Patent. Has the meaning set forth in the License Agreement
Licensed Patent. Means the patent(s) described in section 5.1 of the EPLA, along with any issued and unexpired patent(s) issued during the Term that arose out of a Licensed Patent Application. 'Licensed Patent' also means any reissues or reexaminations of a Licensed Patent that contain one or more claims directed to Licensed Technology.
Licensed Patent. United States Patent No. 6,677,299
Licensed Patent. Means Old Licensed Patents and New Licensed Patents.
Licensed Patent. Means the (i) the patent(s) described in section 5.1 and (ii) the patent applications described in Section 5.2 of the EPLA, along with any issued and unexpired patent(s) issued during the Term that arose out of and claim priority to such patent applications, such as for example, continuations, divisionals, continuation-in-part, or foreign applications. "Licensed Patent" also means any reissues or reexaminations of a Licensed Patent that contain one or more valid claims directed to Licensed... Technology. Any claim of an unexpired Licensed Patent is presumed to be valid unless it has been held to be invalid by a final judgment of a court of competent jurisdictions from which no appeal can be or is taken. View More
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