Business Judgment Sample Clauses

Business Judgment. The parties hereto recognize, and any mediator or judge is affirmatively advised, that certain provisions of this Agreement describe the right of Licensor to take (or refrain from taking) certain actions in the exercise of its assessment of the long-term best interests of hotels using the System, considering the interests of the System overall. Where such decisions have been taken by Licensor and are supported by the business judgment of Licensor, neither a mediator nor a judge nor any other person reviewing such decisions shall substitute his, her or its judgment for the judgment so exercised by Licensor.
Business Judgment. Nothing contained herein shall in any way limit, restrict or interfere with the determination of the officers and directors of the Company and/or ADP as to the manner in which the Company shall be run.
Business Judgment. The Managers and the Members shall be entitled to rely on information, opinions, reports or statements, including but not limited to financial statements or other financial data prepared or presented by: (i) any one or more Members, Officers or employees of the Company whom the Member reasonably believes to be reliable and competent in the matter presented, (ii) legal counsel, public accountants, or other persons as to matters the Member reasonably believes are within the person's professional or expert competence, or (iii) a committee of Members on which he or she does not vote if the Member reasonably believes the committee merits confidence.
Business Judgment. In any circumstance where this Agreement provides for either Party to make a determination in its judgment, that judgment will be conclusive and binding, regardless of any allegation of malice or bad faith on the part of that Party, unless it be shown by clear and convincing evidence that a prudent person in the management of his or her own affairs could not have made the judgment in question in the same circumstances.
Business Judgment. In voting and otherwise acting as a member of the board of directors of any PA, Shareholder shall act in good faith, in a manner Shareholder reasonably believes to be in the best interests of such PA, and with such care as an ordinarily prudent person in a like position would use in similar circumstances.
Business Judgment. Santarus will be entitled to exercise prudent and reasonable business judgment in the manner in which it meets its due diligence obligations hereunder. In no case, however, will Santarus be relieved of its obligations to meet the due diligence provisions of this Article 5. *** Portions of this page have been omitted pursuant to a request for Confidential Treatment and filed separately with the Commission.
Business Judgment. LUNG RX's obligation to conduct a Development Program specified in Section 9.2 above and its obligation to market a Product in a country of the Territory upon obtaining Registration are expressly conditioned on the continuing absence of any event or condition (such as, but not limited to, a regulatory action affecting the Product or the existence of
Business Judgment. Prometheus will be entitled to exercise prudent and reasonable business judgment in the manner in which it meets its due diligence obligations hereunder. In no case, however, will Prometheus be relieved of its obligations to meet the due diligence provisions of this Article 4 (Due Diligence).
Business Judgment. Franchisee understands and agrees that Franchisor may operate and change the System and its business in any manner that is not expressly and specifically prohibited by this Agreement. Whenever Franchisor has expressly reserved in this Agreement or is deemed to have a right and/or discretion to take or withhold an action, or to grant or decline to grant Franchisee a right to take or withhold an action, except as otherwise expressly and specifically provided in this Agreement, Franchisor may make such decision or exercise its right and/or discretion on the basis of Franchisor's judgment of what is in Franchisor's best interests, including without limitation Franchisor's judgment of what is in the best interests of the franchise network, at the time Franchisor's decision is made or its right or discretion is exercised, without regard to whether: (1) other reasonable alternative decisions or actions, or even arguably preferable alternative decisions or actions, could have been made by Franchisor; (2) Franchisor's decision or the action taken promotes Franchisor's financial or other individual interest; (3) Franchisor's decision or the action it takes applies differently to Franchisee and one or more other franchisees or Franchisor's company-owned or Affiliate-owned operations; or (4) Franchisor's decision or the exercise of its right or discretion is adverse to Franchisee's interests. In the absence of an applicable statute, Franchisor will have no liability to Franchisee for any such decision or action. Franchisor and Franchisee intend that the exercise of Franchisor's right or discretion will not be subject to limitation or review. If applicable law implies a covenant of good faith and fair dealing in this Agreement, Franchisor and Franchisee agree that such covenant shall not imply any rights or obligations that are inconsistent with a fair construction of the terms of this Agreement and that this Agreement grants Franchisor the right to make decisions, take actions and/or refrain from taking actions not inconsistent with Franchisee's rights and obligations hereunder.
Business Judgment. The parties hereto recognize, and any mediator, arbitrator or court is affirmatively advised, that certain provisions of this Agreement describe the right of Franchisor to take (or refrain from taking) certain actions in the exercise of its business judgment based on its assessment of the overall best interests of the Network and/or System. Where such discretion has been exercised, and is supported by the business judgment of Franchisor, neither a mediator nor an arbitrator or court shall substitute his, her or its judgment for the judgment so exercised by Franchisor. The term “business judgment,” as used herein with respect to the Network and/or System, means that Franchisor’s action or inaction has a business basis that is intended to: (i) benefit the Network and/or System or the profitability of the Network and/or System, including Franchisor, regardless of whether some individual franchisees may be unfavorably affected; (ii) increase the value of the Service Marks; (iii) increase or enhance overall franchisee satisfaction; or (iv) minimize possible brand inconsistencies. Franchisee will have the burden of establishing that Franchisor failed to exercise business judgment, and neither the fact that Franchisor benefited economically from an action nor the existence of other “reasonablealternatives will, by itself, establish such failure. To the extent that any implied covenant, such as the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, or civil law duty of good faith is applied to this Agreement, Franchisor and Franchisee intend that Franchisor will not have violated such covenant or duty if Franchisor has exercised business judgment.