Allocation of Responsibility for Settlement of Equity Awards Sample Clauses

Allocation of Responsibility for Settlement of Equity Awards. Except as otherwise provided in this Section 4.02(h) and Section 4.02(i), after the Effective Time, Post-Spin eBay Equity Awards, regardless of whether held by Employees or Former Employees, shall be settled by eBay, and PayPal Equity Awards, regardless of whether held by Employees or Former Employees, shall be settled by PayPal. eBay and PayPal shall cooperate, in accordance with the terms of Section 2.03(c), to coordinate the prompt settlement of any such awards that become vested on the Distribution Date and any such awards that are exercised on or after the Distribution Date, as applicable, in accordance with the terms of Section 4.02(j).

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  • Allocation of Responsibilities The Company will have the responsibility for the management of any portion of the Allocated Assets that are not invested in Commodities. The Advisor will use its good faith and best efforts in determining the investment and reinvestment in Commodities of the Allocated Assets in compliance with the Trading Policies and Limitations, and in accordance with the Advisor’s Trading Approach. In the event that the Company shall, in its sole discretion, determine in good faith, following consultation appropriate under the circumstances with the Advisor, that any trading instruction issued by the Advisor violates the Company’s Trading Policies and Limitations, then the Company, following reasonable notice to the Advisor appropriate under the circumstances, may override such trading instruction and shall be responsible therefor. Nothing herein shall be construed to prevent the Company from imposing any limitation(s) on the trading activities of the Company beyond those enumerated in Exhibit A if the Company determines that such limitation(s) are necessary or in the best interests of the Company, in which case the Advisor will adhere to such limitations following written notification thereof.

  • Allocation of Responsibility The City assumes no responsibility for the tax consequences of any VEBA contributions made by or on behalf of any member. Each union that elects to require VEBA contributions for the benefit of its members assumes sole responsibility for insuring that the VEBA complies with all applicable laws, including, without limitation, the Internal Revenue Code, and agrees to indemnify and hold the City harmless for any taxes, penalties and any other costs and expenses resulting from such contributions.

  • Delegation of Responsibilities The Advisor is authorized to delegate any or all of its rights, duties and obligations under this Agreement to one or more sub-advisors, and may enter into agreements with sub-advisors, and may replace any such sub-advisors from time to time in its discretion, in accordance with the 1940 Act, the Advisers Act, and rules and regulations thereunder, as such statutes, rules and regulations are amended from time to time or are interpreted from time to time by the staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), and if applicable, exemptive orders or similar relief granted by the SEC and upon receipt of approval of such sub-advisors by the Board of Trustees and by shareholders (unless any such approval is not required by such statutes, rules, regulations, interpretations, orders or similar relief).

  • Limitation of Responsibility Notwithstanding any other provisions ---------------------------- hereof, Committee Members shall be liable to the parties only for actions constituting bad faith, gross negligence or breach of an express provision of this Agreement (so long as such breach remains uncured after ten (10) days of receiving notice of the nature of such breach). In all other respects, Committee Members shall not be liable for negligence or mistakes of judgment.

  • Termination of Service for Cause Unless the Option has earlier terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Option Grant Agreement or the Plan, all unexercised portions of the Option, whether vested or unvested, will terminate and be forfeited upon a termination of the Grantee’s Service for Cause. For purposes of this Option Grant Agreement only, “Cause” shall be defined as any of the following:

  • Delegation of Services The Adviser may, at its expense, select and contract with one or more investment advisers registered under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ("Sub-Advisers") to perform some or all of the services for the Fund for which it is responsible under this Agreement. The Adviser will compensate any Sub-Adviser for its services to the Fund. The Adviser may terminate the services of any Sub-Adviser at any time in its sole discretion, and shall at such time assume the responsibilities of such Sub-Adviser unless and until a successor Sub-Adviser is selected and the requisite approval of the Fund's shareholders is obtained. The Adviser will continue to have responsibility for all advisory services furnished by any Sub-Adviser.

  • Compensation for Services Provided As compensation for providing portfolio supervisory services in its capacity as Portfolio Supervisor, evaluation services in its capacity as Evaluator, and for providing bookkeeping and other administrative services to the Trust of a character described in Section 26(a)(2)(C) of the Investment Company Act of 1940, and to the extent that such services are in addition to, and do not duplicate, the services to be provided hereunder by the Trustee, First Trust Advisors L.P. shall receive, in arrears, against a statement or statements therefor submitted to the Trustee monthly or annually an aggregate annual fee in the per Unit amount set forth in Part II of the Trust Agreement for the Trust, calculated based on the largest number of Units outstanding during the calendar year, except during the initial offering period as determined in Section 4.01 of this Indenture, in which case the fee is calculated based on the largest number of Units outstanding during the period for which the compensation is paid (such annual fee to be pro rated for any calendar year in which First Trust Advisors L.P. provides services described herein during less than the whole of such year). Such fee may exceed the actual cost of providing such services for the Trust, but at no time will the total amount received for such services rendered to unit investment trusts of which the Depositor is the sponsor in any calendar year exceed the aggregate cost to First Trust Advisors L.P. of supplying such services in such year. Such compensation may, from time to time, be adjusted provided that the total adjustment upward does not, at the time of such adjustment, exceed the percentage of the total increase after the date hereof in consumer prices for services as measured by the United States Department of Labor Consumer Price Index entitled "All Services Less Rent of Shelter" or similar index, if such index should no longer be published. The consent or concurrence of any Unit holder hereunder shall not be required for any such adjustment or increase. Such compensation shall be paid by the Trustee, upon receipt of an invoice therefor from First Trust Advisors L.P., which shall constitute the representation by First Trust Advisors L.P. that the bookkeeping and administrative services for which compensation is claimed are properly compensable hereunder and that the aggregate cost incurred by First Trust Advisors L.P. of providing portfolio supervisory, evaluation and bookkeeping and administrative services hereunder was not less than the compensation claimed, upon which representation the Trustee may conclusively rely. Such compensation shall be charged against the Income and/or Capital Accounts in accordance with Section 3.05. If the cash balance in the Income and Capital Accounts shall be insufficient to provide for amounts payable pursuant to this Section 4.03, the Trustee shall have the power to sell (i) Securities from the current list of Securities designated to be sold pursuant to Section 5.02 hereof, or (ii) if no such Securities have been so designated, such Securities as the Trustee may see fit to sell in its own discretion, and to apply the proceeds of any such sale in payment of the amounts payable pursuant to this Section 4.03. Any moneys payable to First Trust Advisors L.P. pursuant to this Section 4.03 shall be secured by a lien on the Trust prior to the interest of Unit holders, but no such lien shall be prior to any lien in favor of the Trustee under the provisions of Section 6.04 herein.

  • Consideration for Services In consideration for the Executive’s services, the Company shall pay and provide to the Executive the compensation and benefits set out in this Section 5, and the Executive shall accept the same, as full compensation and consideration for the performance of the services to be rendered by the Executive under this Agreement.

  • Limitation of responsibility of Existing Lenders (a) Unless expressly agreed to the contrary, an Existing Lender makes no representation or warranty and assumes no responsibility to a New Lender for:

  • Limitation of responsibility of Existing Lender (a) Unless expressly agreed to the contrary, an Existing Lender is not responsible to a New Lender for the legality, validity, adequacy, accuracy, completeness or performance of: