Business Issues Sample Clauses

Business Issues. In the event that the Members are unable to reach agreement with respect to a Business Issue during the term of this Agreement, the previous agreement with respect to such Business Issue shall remain in effect until the earlier of the Business Issue Expiration Date or the date an agreement is reached by the Members with respect to such Business Issue. If the Members are unable to reach agreement with respect to such Business Issue prior to the date that is one year prior to the Business Issue Expiration Date, then each Member shall have the right to cause the Company to be dissolved by giving notice to the other Member, upon which the Company shall be dissolved on that date that is six months after the date of such notice. If no Member exercises the right to dissolve the Company pursuant to the preceding sentence prior to that date that is six months' prior to the Business Issue Expiration Date, then the Company shall be dissolved upon the Business Issue Expiration Date.
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Business Issues. There shall not have been any material adverse change in the operations, conditions (financial or otherwise), or M-Flex's operations prior to the Closing.
Business Issues 

Related to Business Issues

  • General Business Insurance To maintain insurance as is usual for the business it is in.

  • Business Insurance The Transaction Entities and their respective subsidiaries carry or are entitled to the benefits of insurance, with financially sound and reputable insurers, in such amounts and covering such risks as is generally maintained by companies of established repute engaged in the same or similar business, and all such insurance is in full force and effect. Neither of the Transaction Entities has any reason to believe that it or any of their respective subsidiaries will not be able to (A) renew, if desired, its existing insurance coverage as and when such policies expire or (B) obtain comparable coverage from similar institutions as may be necessary or appropriate to conduct its business as now conducted and at a cost that would not reasonably be expected to, singly or in the aggregate, result in a Material Adverse Effect.

  • Certification Regarding Business with Certain Countries and Organizations Pursuant to Subchapter F, Chapter 2252, Texas Government Code, PROVIDER certifies it is not engaged in business with Iran, Sudan, or a foreign terrorist organization. PROVIDER acknowledges this Purchase Order may be terminated if this certification is or becomes inaccurate.

  • Legitimate Business Interests The Executive recognizes that the Company has legitimate business interests to protect and as a consequence, the Executive agrees to the restrictions contained in this Agreement because they further the Company’s legitimate business interests. These legitimate business interests include, but are not limited to (i) trade secrets; (ii) valuable confidential business, technical, and/or professional information that otherwise may not qualify as trade secrets, including, but not limited to, all Confidential Information; (iii) substantial, significant, or key relationships with specific prospective or existing Customers, vendors or suppliers; (iv) Customer goodwill associated with the Company’s business; and (v) specialized training relating to the Company’s technology, Services, methods, operations and procedures. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing in this Section 9(b) shall be construed to impose restrictions greater than those imposed by other provisions of this Agreement.

  • Certain Business Relationships Neither Parent nor any of its affiliates is a party to any Contract with any director, officer or employee of the Company or any Company Subsidiary.

  • Business Information All Business Information shall be owned jointly by the Members as their Ownership Interests are determined pursuant to this Agreement. Both before and after the termination of the Company, all Business Information may be used by either Member for any purpose, whether or not competitive with the Business, without consulting with, or obligation to, the other Member. Except as provided in Sections 13.3 and 13.4, or with the prior written consent of the other Member, each Member shall keep confidential and not disclose to any third party or the public any portion of the Business Information that constitutes Confidential Information.

  • General Allegations The Settling Entity enters into this Settlement Agreement on behalf of the noticed violator described in subsection 1.4 below, with whom such Settling Entity has a contract for one or more of the products at issue which contains indemnity and defense clauses. The Settling Entity has accepted a tender from the noticed violator and approached Xxxxxxx to resolve such violator’s alleged liability. Additionally, the Settling Entity is making commitments in furtherance of the public interest as set forth below. Xxxxxxx alleges that the Settling Entity manufactures, imports, distributes, sells and/or otherwise facilitates for sale in California the lead products defined below, and that it does so without providing the health hazard warning required by Proposition 65 for consumer exposures to lead. Lead is listed pursuant to Proposition 65 as a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • Other Governmental Regulations To the extent that this Agreement may be funded by fiscal assistance from another governmental entity, Consultant and any subcontractors shall comply with all applicable rules and regulations to which City is bound by the terms of such fiscal assistance program.

  • Financial and Business Information The Company shall deliver to each holder of Notes that is an Institutional Investor:

  • Other Business Interests The Trustees shall devote to the affairs of the Trust (including every Series thereof) such time as may be necessary for the proper performance of their duties hereunder, but neither the Trustees nor the officers, directors, shareholders, partners or employees of the Trustees, if any, shall be expected to devote their full time to the performance of such duties. The Trustees, or any Affiliate, shareholder, officer, director, partner or employee thereof, or any Person owning a legal or beneficial interest therein, may engage in, or possess an interest in, any business or venture other than the Trust or any Series thereof, of any nature and description, independently or with or for the account of others. None of the Trust, any Series thereof or any Shareholder shall have the right to participate or share in such other business or venture or any profit or compensation derived therefrom.

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