Amicable Resolution Sample Clauses

Amicable Resolution. PROVIDING PARTY and RECEIVING PARTY mutually desire that friendly collaboration will continue between them. Accordingly, they will try to resolve in an amicable manner all disagreements and misunderstandings connected with their respective rights and obligations under this Agreement, including any amendments hereto. In furtherance thereof, in the event of any dispute or disagreement (a "Dispute") between PROVIDING PARTY and RECEIVING PARTY in connection with this Agreement (including, without limitation, the standards of performance, delay of performance or non-performance of obligations, or payment or non-payment of fees hereunder), then the Dispute, upon written request of either Party, will be referred for resolution to the president (or similar position) of the division implicated by the matter for each of PROVIDING PARTY and RECEIVING PARTY, which presidents will have fifteen (15) days to resolve such Dispute. If the presidents of the relevant divisions for each of PROVIDING PARTY and RECEIVING PARTY do not agree to a resolution of such Dispute within fifteen (15) days after the reference of the matter to them, such presidents of the relevant divisions will refer such matter to the president of each of PROVIDING PARTY and RECEIVING PARTY for final resolution. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Section 1.4, any amendment to the terms of this Agreement may only be effected in accordance with Section 11.10.
Amicable Resolution. The Parties mutually desire that friendly collaboration will continue between them. Accordingly, they will try to resolve in an amicable manner all disagreements and misunderstandings connected with their respective rights and obligations under this Lease, including any amendments hereto. In furtherance thereof, in the event of any dispute or disagreement (a “Dispute”) between the Parties in connection with this Lease, then the Dispute, upon written request of either Party, will be referred for resolution to the General Counsels of the Parties, which General Counsels will have ten (10) days to resolve such Dispute.
Amicable Resolution. HOKU and NISSAN mutually desire that friendly collaboration will develop between the Parties. Accordingly, the Parties shall try to resolve in a friendly manner all disagreements and misunderstandings connected with each Party’s respective rights and obligations under this Agreement, including any amendments hereof.
Amicable Resolution. Manitowoc ParentCo and SpinCo mutually desire that friendly collaboration will continue between them. Accordingly, they will try, and they will cause their respective officers, directors, employees and other Group members to try, to resolve in an amicable manner all disagreements and misunderstandings connected with their respective rights and obligations under this Agreement or any Ancillary Agreement, including any amendments hereto or thereto. In furtherance thereof, in the event of any dispute or disagreement (a “Dispute”) between any Manitowoc ParentCo Group Member and any SpinCo Group member as to the interpretation of any provision of this Agreement or any Ancillary Agreement executed in connection herewith or therewith (or the performance of obligations hereunder or thereunder), then unless otherwise provided in any Ancillary Agreement, the matter, upon written request of either party, will be referred for resolution to a steering committee established on the Distribution Date pursuant to this Section 7.3(a) (the “Dispute Resolution Committee”). The Dispute Resolution Committee will have four members, two of whom will be appointed by Manitowoc ParentCo and two of whom will be appointed by SpinCo. Each of Manitowoc ParentCo and SpinCo will use its good faith efforts to avoid replacing the initial members of the Dispute Resolution Committee for the first year after the Effective Date. Thereafter, Manitowoc ParentCo and SpinCo will, to the extent practicable, honor the other party’s reasonable objections to any replacements of Dispute Resolution Committee members. While any person is serving as a member of the Dispute Resolution Committee, such person may not designate any substitute or proxy for purposes of attending or voting at a Dispute Resolution Committee meeting. The Dispute Resolution Committee will make a good faith effort to promptly resolve all Disputes referred to it. Dispute Resolution Committee decisions made with the consent of at least three members, including at least one SpinCo member and at least one Manitowoc ParentCo member, will be binding on Manitowoc ParentCo and SpinCo and their respective Group members. If the Dispute Resolution Committee does not agree to a resolution of a Dispute within 30 days after the referral of the matter to it, each of Manitowoc ParentCo and SpinCo will be free to exercise the remedies available to it under applicable law, subject to Section 7.3(b). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Art...
Amicable Resolution. The Parties desire that friendly collaboration will develop between them. Accordingly, they will try to resolve in an amicable manner all disputes and disagreements connected with their respective rights and obligations under this Agreement in accordance with Section 6.12 of the Separation Agreement.
Amicable Resolution. The Parties shall attempt to settle any controversy between them amicably. To this end, a senior executive from each Party shall consult and negotiate to reach a solution. The Parties agree that the period of amicable resolution shall toll any otherwise applicable statute of limitations. However, nothing in this clause shall preclude any Party from commencing mediation if said negotiations do not result in a signed written settlement agreement within thirty (30) days after written notice that these amicable resolution negotiations have commenced.
Amicable Resolution. Where a dispute arises under this Agreement, the Parties shall make all reasonable efforts to resolve the dispute through good faith negotiations failing which they shall attempt at dispute resolution with the intervention of The Principal Secretary or his authorized person, the DoHFW, GoWB.
Amicable Resolution. The Parties will endeavor to resolve amicably any dispute arising out of this Agreement within thirty (30) days of receipt of notice of such dispute. If the Parties are unable to resolve such dispute within thirty (30) days, then they may refer the dispute to an independent third party who will, within a further thirty (30) days, review the dispute and recommend a resolution thereto. If the Parties cannot agree on such third party, or either Party disagrees with such third party’s recommendation, then Article 11.2 will apply.
Amicable Resolution. All controversies or claims arising out or relating to this Agreement, or any breath thereof, shall be finally settled amicably, if possible, by negotiation between the Parties.
Amicable Resolution. Motorola and the Company mutually desire that friendly collaboration will continue between them. Accordingly, they will try to resolve in an amicable manner all disagreements and misunderstandings connected with their respective rights and obligations under this Agreement, including any amendments hereto. In furtherance thereof, in the event of any dispute or disagreement (“Dispute”) between Motorola and the Company as to the interpretation of any provision of this Agreement (or the performance of obligations hereunder), the matter, upon written request of either party, will be referred for resolution to a steering committee established pursuant to the Separation and Distribution Agreement (the “Steering Committee”) and treated as a “Dispute” under the applicable provisions of the Separation and Distribution Agreement concerning the Steering Committee. For purposes of this Section 9.7, the Steering Committee shall be governed by and its decisions will have the effect, if any, set forth in the applicable provisions of the Separation and Distribution Agreement. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Section 9.7, no amendment to the terms of this Agreement will be effected except in writing signed by an authorized officer of both parties.