This excerpt taken from the GPS 10-Q filed Jun 9, 2009.
23.1 Authority to License and Non-Infringement
A. Each Party warrants that it has full power and authority to grant the rights granted by this Agreement to the other Party, and that no consent of any other person or entity is required by either Party to grant such rights (other than consents that have been or will be timely obtained and are valid and in effect).
B. Each Party further warrants that neither its performance of this Agreement, nor its grant of a license to, or the use by, the other Party of (i) in the case of Supplier and except as expressly provided in subpart B of this Section 23.1 (Authority to License and Non-Infringement), the Services, Supplier Equipment, Supplier Software, Supplier Documentation, Supplier Intellectual Property, Supplier Modified Documentation, Supplier Modified Software, Supplier Modified Intellectual Property, and the Gap Owned Intellectual Capital, and (ii) in the case of Gap, the Gap Software, the Gap Equipment, the Gap Documentation, and the Gap Intellectual Property, will in any way violate any non-disclosure and/or non-use agreement, nor constitute an infringement or other violation of any copyright, trade secret, trademark, service mark, patent, invention, proprietary information, or other rights of any third party; provided, however, the warranty obligations set forth in this subpart B of this Section 23.1 (Authority to License and Non-Infringement) shall: (1) as to Supplier, be subject to Supplier Infringement Exclusions set forth in Section 23.3D (Supplier Infringement Exclusions) and, (2) as to Gap, be subject to the Gap Infringement Exclusions set forth in Section 23.4D (Gap Infringement Exclusions).
C. Neither Partys warranty obligations set forth in subpart B of this Section 23.1 (Authority to License and Non-Infringement) nor its infringement indemnity obligations set forth in Sections 23.3 (Suppliers Proprietary Rights Indemnity) and 23.4 (Gaps Proprietary Rights Indemnity) shall apply to Generally Available Software (and accompanying Documentation) purchased from a third party and subject to a separate license agreement (e.g., Microsoft NT, Sun Solaris, HP Open View) or Generally Available Equipment purchased from a third party pursuant to a separate purchase agreement, but only to the extent a similar non-infringement warranty or, if such a warranty cannot be obtained through commercially reasonable efforts on the part of Supplier, a warranty that is standard in the industry for the same or similar software or equipment, is made in such license or purchase agreement and such warranty can be applied and/or assigned to Gap or Supplier (as applicable).