Attempt to Settle Sample Clauses

Attempt to Settle. In an effort to resolve informally and amicably any claim or controversy arising out of or related to the interpretation or performance of this Agreement without resorting to litigation, a party shall first notify the other of any difference or dispute under this Agreement that requires resolution. Sybron and SDS each shall designate an employee to investigate, discuss and seek to settle the matter between them. If the two are unable to settle the matter within 30 days after notification (or such longer period as may be agreed to expressly by the parties), the matter shall be submitted to a senior officer of Sybron and SDS, respectively, for consideration.
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Attempt to Settle. The Parties agree to take all reasonable efforts to resolve any and all disputes between them concerning diligence obligations and/or questions of material breach and default in connection with this Agreement in an amicable manner.
Attempt to Settle. The Parties agree to take all reasonable efforts to resolve any and all disputes between them concerning diligence obligations and/or questions of material breach and default in connection with this Agreement in an amicable manner. Any such disputes shall promptly be presented to the Chief Executive Officer of Ambit and the Executive Vice President of Research and Development of Cephalon, or their respective designees, for resolution. If a dispute between the Parties arising out of or relating to the validity or interpretation of, compliance with, breach or alleged breach of or termination of this Agreement cannot be resolved within fifteen (15) business days of presentation to the Chief Executive Officer of Ambit and the Executive Vice President of Research and Development of Cephalon, or their respective designees, either Party may refer such dispute to binding arbitration or the courts to be conducted as set forth in this Section 18.18 and Section 18.6, respectively.
Attempt to Settle. The Band and the Board shall attempt to settle any dispute arising under this agreement in good faith before referring the matter to a Dispute Resolution Committee.
Attempt to Settle. The Parties agree to take all reasonable efforts to resolve any and all disputes between them concerning diligence obligations and/or questions of material breach and default in connection with this Agreement in an amicable manner. The Parties shall seek to resolve any disputes regarding the Agreement by unanimous agreement between the Vice President, Discovery (or designee of similar rank) of Ligand and to the Head of Research (or designee of similar rank) of Company. In the event such individuals are unable to come to agreement, the disputed matter shall be referred to the Chief Executive Officers of Ligand and Company, who shall promptly meet and endeavor to come to agreement in a timely manner. If such individuals are unable to come to agreement, then such dispute matter shall be resolved pursuant to the dispute resolution provisions set forth below.
Attempt to Settle. Except as otherwise provided in this Section 20.8 below, in the event of any controversy or claim arising out of, relating to or in connection with any provision of this Agreement or the rights or obligations of the Parties hereunder, the Parties will try to settle their differences amicably between themselves as contemplated herein. Either Party may initiate such informal dispute resolution by sending written notice of the dispute to the other Party. Promptly following such notice, representatives of the Parties shall meet in person at a mutually agreeable location to negotiate in good faith a resolution to the dispute within the thirty (30) day period following the notice. If the executive officers are unable to promptly resolve such disputed matter within the said thirty (30) days, either Party may initiate arbitration proceedings in accordance with Section 20.8 hereof.

Related to Attempt to Settle

  • Objections to Settlement 7.7.1 Only Participating Class Members may object to the class action components of the Settlement and/or this Agreement, including contesting the fairness of the Settlement, and/or amounts requested for the Class Counsel Fees Payment, Class Counsel Litigation Expenses Payment and/or Class Representative Service Payment.

  • Cash Settlement If Cash Settlement is applicable to any Option exercised or deemed exercised hereunder, in lieu of Section 8.1 of the Equity Definitions, Dealer will pay to Counterparty, on the relevant Settlement Date for each such Option, an amount of cash (the “Cash Settlement Amount”) equal to the sum, for each Valid Day during the Settlement Averaging Period for such Option, of (i) the Daily Option Value for such Valid Day, divided by (ii) the number of Valid Days in the Settlement Averaging Period.

  • Cashless Settlement Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Agreement, any Lender may exchange, continue or rollover all or a portion of its Loans in connection with any refinancing, extension, loan modification or similar transaction permitted by the terms of this Agreement, pursuant to a cashless settlement mechanism approved by the Borrower, the Administrative Agent and such Lender.

  • PROCEDURE FOR APPROVAL OF SETTLEMENT 28. Acceptance of this Settlement Agreement shall be sought at a hearing of the Central Regional Council of the MFDA on a date agreed to by counsel for Staff and the Respondent.

  • Net Share Settlement If Net Share Settlement is applicable to any Option exercised or deemed exercised hereunder, Dealer will deliver to Counterparty, on the relevant Settlement Date for each such Option, a number of Shares (the “Net Share Settlement Amount”) equal to the sum, for each Valid Day during the Settlement Averaging Period for each such Option, of (i) (a) the Daily Option Value for such Valid Day, divided by (b) the Relevant Price on such Valid Day, divided by (ii) the number of Valid Days in the Settlement Averaging Period; provided that in no event shall the Net Share Settlement Amount for any Option exceed a number of Shares equal to the Applicable Limit for such Option divided by the Applicable Limit Price on the Settlement Date for such Option. Dealer will pay cash in lieu of delivering any fractional Shares to be delivered with respect to any Net Share Settlement Amount valued at the Relevant Price for the last Valid Day of the Settlement Averaging Period.

  • Assignment Settlement Option ☐ The undersigned Lender hereby agrees to have an amount equal to 100% of the outstanding principal amount of the Existing Term Loans held by such Lender prepaid on the Third Amendment Effective Date and to purchase by assignment 2020 Refinancing Term Loans in an equal principal amount (or such lesser amount allocated to such Lender by the Administrative Agent). ​ ARES XLIX CLO LTD., as a 2020 Refinancing Term Lender By: Ares CLO Management LLC, its asset manager By: /s/ Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx ​ Name:Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx ​ Title:Authorized Signatory ​ ​ ​ Cashless Settlement Option ☒ The undersigned Lender hereby commits an amount equal to 100% of the outstanding principal amount of the Existing Term Loans held by such Lender to be 2020 Refinancing Term Loans and agrees to exchange (on a cashless basis) 100% of the outstanding principal amount of the Existing Term Loans (or such lesser amount allocated to such Lender by the Administrative Agent) held by such Lender for 2020 Refinancing Term Loans in an equal principal amount.

  • Cashless Settlement Option ☒ convert 100% of the outstanding principal amount of the Original Term Loans held by such Original Term Loan Lender (or such lesser amount allocated to such Lender by the First Refinancing Amendment Arranger) into Term B Loans in a like principal amount. Post-Closing Settlement Option ☐ to have 100% of the outstanding principal amount of the Original Term Loans held by such Original Term Loan Lender prepaid on the First Refinancing Amendment Effective Date and purchase by assignment the principal amount of Term B Loans committed to separately by the undersigned (or such lesser amount allocated to such Lender by the First Refinancing Amendment Arranger). UFC Holdings, LLC

  • The Settlement The Settlement was reached on May 11, 2018. Class Counsel filed this action on May 10, 2018. Over two years prior to the filing of this action, Class Counsel and Defendant’s Counsel conducted an adversarial informal discovery process. Class Counsel reviewed and analyzed thousands of pages of documents provided by Defendant and also reviewed many other documents, including U.S. Department of Labor Forms 5500 and other publicly available documents. The Parties participated in mediation before a nationally recognized mediator who has extensive experience in resolving similar claims involving other 401(k) plans. Only after six months of extensive arm’s length negotiation following the mediation were the parties able to agree to the terms of the Settlement. As part of the Settlement, a Qualified Settlement Fund of $17,000,000 will be established to resolve the Class Action. The Net Settlement Amount is $17,000,000 minus any Administrative Expenses, taxes, tax expenses, Court-approved Attorneys’ Fees and Costs, Class Representatives’ Compensation, and other approved expenses of the litigation. The Net Settlement Amount will be allocated to Class Members according to a Plan of Allocation to be approved by the Court. In addition to the monetary component of the Settlement, the Parties to the Settlement have agreed to certain additional terms: (1) During the first eighteen months (18) following the final approval of the Settlement, Defendant has agreed that the Plan’s fiduciaries will conduct a Request for Proposal (“RFP”) process for recordkeeping services to the Plan; (2) Within the first year following final approval of the Settlement, Defendant has agreed to publish a communication to then current Plan participants explaining the risks and benefits of the Plan’s money market fund investment option; (3) Defendant also will use an independent consultant familiar with fixed income investment options in defined contribution plans who will review the investment lineup and make recommendations to the Plan’s fiduciaries regarding whether to retain the money market fund and whether to add a stable value or comparable fund; (4) In addition, during the three- year Settlement period, Defendant has agreed to provide Class Counsel a list of the Plan’s investment options and fees; and (5) In considering investment options for the Plan, Defendant has agreed that the Plan’s fiduciaries will consider: (a) the lowest-cost share class available for any particular mutual fund considered for inclusion in the Plan as well as other criteria applicable to different share classes; (b) the availability of revenue sharing rebates on any share class available for any particular mutual fund considered for inclusion in the Plan; and (c) the availability of collective trusts, to the extent such investments are permissible and are otherwise identical to a particular mutual fund considered for inclusion in the Plan.

  • Amicable Settlement The Parties shall use their best efforts to settle amicably any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of this Contract or the breach, termination or invalidity thereof. Where the parties wish to seek such an amicable settlement through conciliation, the conciliation shall take place in accordance with the UNCITRAL Conciliation Rules then obtaining, or according to such other procedure as may be agreed between the parties.

  • Withdrawal of Fundamental Change Repurchase Notice A Holder that has delivered a Fundamental Change Repurchase Notice with respect to a Note may withdraw such Fundamental Change Repurchase Notice by delivering a written notice of withdrawal to the Paying Agent at any time before the Close of Business on the Business Day immediately before the related Fundamental Change Repurchase Date. Such withdrawal notice must state: