Challenge. If the Executive violates any provisions of the Restrictive Covenants or this Release, no further payments, rights or benefits under Section 8(c) of the Agreement will be due to the Executive.
Challenge. If Executive violates or challenges the enforceability of any provisions of the Restrictive Covenants or this Release, no further payments, rights or benefits under Section 5 of the Agreement will be due to Executive (except where such provision would be prohibited by applicable law, rule or regulation).
Challenge. Company, its Affiliate or a Sublicensee, as applicable, will be deemed to have made a “Challenge” of the Licensed Patent Rights if Company or such Affiliate or Sublicensee: (a) institutes, or causes its counsel to institute on Company’s or such Affiliate’s or Sublicensee’s behalf, any interference, opposition, re-examination or similar proceeding with respect to any Licensed Patent Right with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office or any foreign patent office; or (b) makes any filing or institutes any legal proceeding, or causes its counsel to make any filing or institute any legal proceeding on Company’s or such Affiliate’s or Sublicensee’s behalf, with a court or other governmental body (including, without limitation, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office or any foreign patent office) in which one or more claims or allegations challenges the validity or enforceability of any Licensed Patent Right.
Challenge. If Executive violates or challenges the enforceability of this Release, no further benefits under Section 8(b) of the Employment Agreement will be paid or provided to Executive.
Challenge. Lessee may give Lessor notice, within thirty (30) days of the notice of rental adjustment, challenging Lessor’s figures. If any such challenge is not made within thirty (30) days, Lessee’s challenge to the figures presented by Lessor shall be deemed waived. The challenge shall be restricted to Lessor’s calculations of increases relating to Lessee and, if not resolved by the parties, will be referred to arbitration as described in Paragraph 23.
Challenge. Should either Landlord or Tenant initiate proceedings to contest the validity or amount of any Taxes levied against the Property, the other party will cooperate in such proceedings and should such proceedings be successful, Tenant shall be entitled to any tax refund or future abatement, after deducting there from payment of all reasonable out-of-pocket expenses incurred by Landlord in any such proceeding, with any abatement or refund of real estate taxes to be shared by the Landlord and Tenant in proportion to the adjustment attributable to the Property, to the benefit of the Tenant, and to other property included in the same tax bill or assessment lot, retained by the Landlord, to the benefit of the Landlord.