Bound Volume Sample Clauses

Bound Volume. The Company shall supply to the Representative and the Representative's counsel, at the Company's cost, three bound volumes each of all of the public offering materials within a reasonable time after the closing, not to exceed three months.
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Bound Volume. The Company shall supply to the Underwriter and the Underwriter’s counsel, at the Company’s cost, three bound volumes each of all of the public offering materials within a reasonable time after the closing, not to exceed three months.
Bound Volume. The Bound Volumes of the Massachusetts Reports and the Massachusetts Appeals Court Reports are set in type, corrected, and prepared in final form by the Publisher. The Publisher shall perform the following steps in the manufacturing of each Bound Volume with such time allowed for each step as the Reporter, after consultation with the Publisher, shall establish by written instructions to the Publisher. First, the Publisher shall prepare page proofs containing all material in the weekly Advance Sheets and shall submit to the Reporter weekly at the time of distributing the Advance Sheets one (1) copy of said proofs for examination and for the insertion thereon of citations and any corrections required by the Reporter in preparation for publication of the Bound Volume. Second, after a volume of Advance Sheets has been closed the Reporter will return to the Publisher the corrected proof. The Publisher shall then submit one copy (1) of a final proof to the Reporter for approval. Third, a complete set of unbound signatures shall be submitted to and approved by the Reporter. Fourth, a sample cover shall be submitted to and approved by the Reporter, and the Publisher shall then print and bind the volume. In December of each year of the Contract, the Reporter and the Publisher shall agree on a publication schedule for the Bound Volumes. The Publisher shall immediately notify the Reporter by e-mail with an explanation of any delay in the scheduled publication of any Bound Volume. In the event of termination of the Contract for any reason, the Publisher shall remain responsible for publishing any volumes of the Massachusetts Reports or Massachusetts Appeals Court Reports that it was responsible for publishing in the Advance Sheets before the Contract terminated.

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