This excerpt taken from the FL 8-K filed May 21, 2008.
U.S. Specified Trademarks means, with respect to each Obligor, any registered trademark or pending trademark application held by such Obligor in the United States which is material to the business of such Obligor.
Section 2. Representations and Warranties. Each Obligor represents and warrants as follows:
(a) Such Obligor has good and marketable title to all of the Collateral, free and clear of any Liens other than Liens created under the Collateral Documents or permitted under Section 5.06 of the Credit Agreement.
(b) Such Obligor has not performed any acts which could reasonably be expected to prevent the Administrative Agent from enforcing any of the terms of this Agreement or which would limit the Administrative Agent in any such enforcement. Other than Patent Security Agreements, Trademark Security Agreements, financing statements or other similar or equivalent documents or instruments with respect to the Security Interests, no financing statement, mortgage, security agreement or similar or equivalent document or instrument covering all or any part of the Collateral of such Obligor and consisting of Patents, Patent Licenses, Specified Trademarks and Specified Trademark Licenses is on file or of record in any jurisdiction or office (including without limitation the PTO) in the United States or in any Designated Foreign Jurisdiction with respect to such Obligor and in which such filing or recording would be effective to perfect a Lien on such Collateral. No Collateral of such Obligor is in the possession of any Person (other than such Obligor) asserting any claim thereto or security interest therein, except that the Administrative Agent or its designee may have possession of such Collateral as contemplated hereby.
(c) Such Obligor has delivered its Perfection Certificate to the Administrative Agent. The information specified therein is correct and complete. Within 90 (ninety) days after the date hereof, such Obligor shall furnish to the Administrative Agent file search reports from the USPTO confirming that a filing with respect to each U.S. Patent listed on Schedule 2A and held by such Obligor on the date hereof and each U.S. Specified Trademark of such Obligor on the date hereof and naming the Administrative Agent as secured party has been made; provided that any failure of an Obligor timely to furnish any such report caused by delay by the relevant office to respond to a request shall not constitute a default by such Obligor of its obligations hereunder.
(d) Such Obligor has entered into the Patent Security Agreement, as required, and the Trademark Security Agreement, as required, and such other agreements as may be reasonably requested by the Administrative Agent to grant the Administrative Agent, for the benefit of the Secured Parties, a perfected security interest in the Foreign Patents and the Foreign Specified Trademarks held by such Obligor; provided that a security interest in the Patents and Trademarks of Austria, Italy, Portugal and Spain will not be perfected until a Default. Within 90 days after the date hereof (or such longer period as may be agreed by the Administrative Agent), where a filing or other action is required to be made in a Designated Foreign Jurisdiction to perfect, or preserve the perfection of, the Security Interests in the Foreign Patents and the Foreign Specified Trademarks held by such Obligor, or is required to enforce the Security Interests therein against a third party, such Obligor shall furnish to the Administrative Agent a letter from counsel to such Obligor in each such Designated Foreign Jurisdiction reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent and in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent confirming that all required actions, if any, have been taken with respect to each Foreign Patent and Foreign Specified Trademark held by such Obligor in such Designated Foreign Jurisdiction to perfect (or preserve the perfection of) the Security Interests therein
and to enforce such Security Interests against third parties in such Designated Foreign Jurisdiction.
(e) Schedule 2A (as amended from time to time in accordance with Section 4(c)) lists all Patents owned by such Obligor and Patent Licenses granted by such Obligor. Schedule 2B (as amended from time to time in accordance with Section 4(c)) lists all Foreign Specified Trademarks held by such Obligor. Schedule 2C (as amended from time to time in accordance with Section 4(c)) lists all U.S. Specified Trademarks held by such Obligor and all Specified Trademark Licenses held by such Obligor.
(f) The Security Interests in the Collateral of such Obligor constitute valid security interests under the UCC securing the Secured Obligations of such Obligor. When UCC financing statements in the form specified in Exhibit A shall have been filed in the locations specified in the Perfection Certificate of such Obligor, the Security Interests shall constitute perfected security interests in the Collateral of such Obligor in which a security interest may be perfected by filing under the UCC (but excluding in any event any Collateral of such Obligor described in the succeeding sentences of this subsection (f)), prior to all other Liens and rights of others therein. To the extent that federal patent and trademark law are applicable to the perfection of security interests and to the extent that a Patent Security Agreement of such Obligor has been recorded with the USPTO or will be recorded within 90 (ninety) days of the date hereof, the Security Interests in all right, title and interest of such Obligor in the U.S. Patents listed on Schedule 2A shall be effective against and senior to all subsequent purchasers and mortgagees of such Patents. To the extent that federal patent and trademark law are applicable to the perfection of security interests, and to the extent that a Trademark Security Agreement of such Obligor has been recorded with the USPTO or will be recorded within 90 (ninety) days of the date hereof, the Security Interests in all right, title and interest of such Obligor in the U.S. Specified Trademarks, shall be effective against and senior to subsequent purchasers of such Trademarks. With respect to Foreign Patents or Foreign Specified Trademarks of any Obligor for which filings or other actions are required pursuant to clause (d), all filings have been made, and all other actions have been taken, in each case, within the time period specified in clause (d) which in each case are necessary to perfect the Security Interest in such Foreign Patents or Foreign Specified Trademarks under the laws of each designated Foreign Jurisdiction with respect to such Obligor.
Section 3. The Security Interests. (a) In order to secure the full and punctual payment of its Secured Obligations in accordance with the terms thereof, each Obligor grants to the Administrative Agent for the ratable benefit of the Secured Parties a continuing security interest in and to all of the following property of such Obligor, whether now owned or existing or hereafter acquired or arising and regardless of where located (all being collectively referred to as the