Cooperation with the Company The Executive agrees [a] to be reasonably available to answer questions for the Group’s (and any Group Member’s) officers regarding any matter, project, initiative or effort for which the Executive was responsible while employed by any Group Member and [b] to cooperate with the Group (and with each Group Member) during the course of all third-party proceedings arising out of the Group’s (and any Group Member’s) business about which the Executive has knowledge or information. For purposes of this Agreement, [c] “proceedings” includes internal investigations, administrative investigations or proceedings and lawsuits (including pre-trial discovery and trial testimony) and [d] “cooperation” includes [i] the Executive’s being reasonably available for interviews, meetings, depositions, hearings and/or trials without the need for subpoena or assurances by the Group (or any Group Member), [ii] providing any and all documents in the Executive’s possession that relate to the proceeding, and [iii] providing assistance in locating any and all relevant notes and/or documents.
COOPERATION WITH THIRD PARTIES The Contractor shall be responsible for fully cooperating with any third party, including but not limited to other Contractors or Subcontractors of the Authorized User, as necessary to ensure delivery or performance of Product.
Competition with the Company Until termination of his employment and for a period of one year commencing on the date of termination, the Executive (individually or in association with, or as a shareholder, director, officer, consultant, employee, partner, joint venturer, member, or otherwise, of or through any person, firm, corporation, partnership, association or other entity) shall not, directly or indirectly, compete with the Company (which for the purpose of this Agreement also includes any of its subsidiaries or affiliates) by acting as an officer (or comparable position) of, owning an interest in, or providing services to any entity within any metropolitan area in the United States or other country in which the Company was actually engaged in business as of the time of termination of employment or where the Company reasonably expected to engage in business within three months of the date of termination of employment. For purposes of this Agreement, the term “compete with the Company” shall refer to any business activity in which the Company was engaged as of the termination of the Executive’s employment or reasonably expected to engage in within three months of termination of employment; provided, however, the foregoing shall not prevent the Executive from (i) accepting employment with an enterprise engaged in two or more lines of business, one of which is the same or similar to the Company’s business (the “Prohibited Business”) if the Executive’s employment is totally unrelated to the Prohibited Business, (ii) competing in a country where as of the time of the alleged violation the Company has ceased engaging in business, or (iii) competing in a line of business which as of the time of the alleged violation the Company has either ceased engaging in or publicly announced or disclosed that it intends to cease engaging in; provided, further, the foregoing shall not prohibit the Executive from owning up to five percent of the securities of any publicly-traded enterprise provided as long as the Executive is not a director, officer, consultant, employee, partner, joint venturer, manager, or member of, or to such enterprise, or otherwise compensated for services rendered thereby.
Reasonable Efforts/Cooperation Each of the Parties hereto will use its commercially reasonable efforts to promptly take, or cause to be taken, all actions and to do, or cause to be done, all things necessary, proper or advisable under applicable Laws and regulations to consummate the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, including adopting plans or plan amendments. Each of the Parties hereto shall cooperate fully on any issue relating to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement for which the other Party seeks a determination letter or private letter ruling from the IRS, an advisory opinion from the DOL or any other filing, consent or approval with respect to or by a Governmental Authority.
Service with the Company During the Term of this Agreement, Executive agrees to perform such executive employment duties as the Board or the President shall reasonably assign to him from time to time.
Covenants Run with the Land All of the grants, covenants, terms, provisions and conditions herein shall run with the Premises, shall be binding upon Borrower and shall inure to the benefit of Lender, subsequent holders of this Security Instrument and their successors and assigns. Without limitation to any provision hereof, the term “Borrower” shall include and refer to the borrower named herein, any subsequent owner of the Property, and its respective heirs, executors, legal representatives, successors and assigns. The representations, warranties and agreements contained in this Security Instrument and the other Loan Documents are intended solely for the benefit of the parties hereto, shall confer no rights hereunder, whether legal or equitable, in any other Person and no other Person shall be entitled to rely thereon.
Covenants to Run With the Land All of the grants, covenants, terms, provisions and conditions in this Mortgage shall run with the Land and shall apply to, and bind the successors and assigns of, the Mortgagor. If there shall be more than one mortgagor with respect to the Mortgaged Property, the covenants and warranties hereof shall be joint and several.
Filings with the NYSE The Company will timely file with the NYSE all material documents and notices required by the NYSE of companies that have or will issue securities that are traded on the NYSE.
Cooperation with Rating Agencies If the ratings provided with respect to the Publicly Registered Notes by the rating agency or agencies that initially rate the Publicly Registered Notes are conditional upon the furnishing of documents or the taking of any other actions by the Depositor, to furnish such documents and take any such other actions.
Cooperation with Financing Prior to the Closing, Sellers shall use reasonable best efforts and shall cause the Companies to use their reasonable best efforts to cooperate with Acquiror, in connection with the arrangement of the Debt Financing or any part thereof as may be reasonably requested by Acquiror (provided that such requested cooperation does not unreasonably interfere in any material respect with the ongoing operations of any of Sellers or the Companies), including using reasonable best efforts to (i) participate at reasonable times in a reasonable number of meetings with Acquiror’s financing sources (including due diligence sessions and customary “roadshow”, ratings agency and lender presentations), (ii) furnish Acquiror and its financing sources with additional financial and other pertinent information (including pro forma information for historical periods) regarding the Companies as shall exist and be reasonably requested by Acquiror, (iii) reasonably assist Acquiror and its financing sources in the preparation of materials for rating agency presentations, (iv) reasonably cooperate with the marketing efforts of Acquiror and its financing sources for any portion of the Debt Financing (including with respect to Acquiror’s preparation of any bank information memorandum (including public-side versions thereof), offering memorandum, private placement memorandum, prospectuses or similar documents, including delivery of customary representation letters), (v) assist Acquiror in obtaining surveys and title insurance, (vi) reasonably cooperate with and provide reasonable access to prospective lenders, arrangers, and their respective advisors, in each case that are subject to customary confidentiality obligations, in performing their due diligence, (vii) enter into customary purchase agreements with underwriters or arrangers that will be effective at or after the Closing, (viii) provide, no later than five (5) Business Days prior to the anticipated Closing Date, documentation and other information about the Companies as is required by both the Debt Commitment Letter and applicable “know your customer” and anti-money laundering rules and regulations (including the USA PATRIOT Act) to the extent reasonably requested at least ten (10) Business Days prior to the anticipated Closing Date and (ix) executing or delivering, as applicable, on the Closing Date and effective at or after the Closing only, any credit agreement, guarantee, pledge and security documents, landlord waivers, control agreements, lock box arrangements, other definitive financing documents or other requested certificates, existing appraisals, existing surveys, or existing title insurance policies, in each case to the extent reasonably requested, in connection with the Debt Financing, including documents relating to the release of Liens or Indebtedness and otherwise facilitating the pledging of any collateral; provided, in each case in clauses (i) through (ix), that (A) none of Sellers or any of their respective Subsidiaries (other than the Companies) shall be required to incur any liability in connection with the Debt Financing and none of the Companies shall be required to incur any liability in connection with the Debt Financing prior to the Closing, (B) neither (i) the boards of directors, boards of managers or similar governing bodies of Sellers, (ii) the directors, officers or managers of their respective Subsidiaries (other than the Companies) nor (iii) the pre-Closing directors, officers or managers of the Companies shall be required to adopt resolutions approving the agreements, documents and instruments pursuant to which the Debt Financing is obtained, other than with respect to such actions that are both conditioned on the Closing and reasonably necessary to permit the completion of the Debt Financing, (C) none of Sellers nor any of their respective Subsidiaries (other than the Companies) shall be required to execute any definitive financing documents, including any credit or other agreements, pledge or security documents, or other certificates, legal opinions or documents in connection with the Debt Financing and none of the Companies shall be required to execute any definitive financing documents prior to the Closing, including any credit or other agreements, pledge or security documents, or other certificates, legal opinions or documents in connection with the Debt Financing and (D) nothing in this Section 5.6 shall require cooperation to the extent that it would (i) cause any condition to Closing set forth in Article VIII to not be satisfied or otherwise cause any breach of this Agreement or (ii) require Sellers or any of their respective Subsidiaries to take any action that would reasonably be expected to conflict with or violate such Person’s organizational documents or any Law, or result in the contravention of, or result in a violation or breach of, or default under, any Contract. From and after the commencement of the Marketing Period through and including the Closing Date, Sellers shall use reasonable best efforts to periodically update any Required Information provided to Acquiror if failure to do so would result in the Marketing Period to cease to be deemed to have commenced. Acquiror shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Sellers and their respective Subsidiaries, and their respective directors, officers, employees and Representatives, from and against any liability or obligation to providers of the Debt Financing in connection with the Debt Financing and any information provided in connection therewith other than historical financial information provided by the Sellers, and the Acquiror Guaranty shall guaranty the obligations of Acquiror pursuant to this Section 5.6, in each case, other than to the extent any of the foregoing arises from the willful misconduct of, or material breach of this Agreement by, (x) any Seller or (y) any of their respective Affiliates or any of their respective directors, officers, employees and Representatives (in each case, only to the extent the party seeking indemnity under this sentence has committed such willful misconduct or material breach). Further, Sellers, on behalf of themselves and their Affiliates, hereby consent to the reasonable and customary use of their and their Affiliates’ trademarks, service marks or logos in connection with the Debt Financing; provided that such trademarks, service marks or logos are used solely in a manner that is not intended to or reasonably likely to harm or disparage Sellers or any of their Affiliates or the reputation or goodwill of Sellers or any of their Affiliates or any of their respective Intellectual Property rights and provided that in each instance the use of their and their Affiliates’ trademarks, service marks or logos is first submitted to and approved in writing by Sellers (which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed) and any Action or Losses related to such use shall be the responsibility of Acquiror. Acquiror shall promptly upon Sellers’ request reimburse Sellers and their respective Subsidiaries for all reasonable and documented or invoiced out-of-pocket costs and expenses (including reasonable fees and disbursements of counsel) incurred by Sellers or their respective Subsidiaries in connection with such cooperation pursuant to this Section 5.6 and, to the extent Acquiror does not reimburse Sellers or the applicable Subsidiary for any such cost or expense on or prior to the date of the Closing Date Statement, the Companies shall be deemed to have a current asset on the Closing Date Statement in the amount of such unreimbursed costs and expenses. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, the condition set forth in Section 8.2(b), as it applies to Sellers’ obligations under this Section 5.6, shall be deemed satisfied unless Sellers have knowingly and willfully materially breached their obligations under this Section 5.6. If Sellers at any point believe that they have delivered the Required Information in accordance with this Section 5.6, they may deliver to Acquiror a written notice to such effect, in which case Sellers shall be deemed to have delivered the Required Information unless Acquiror shall provide to Sellers within two (2) Business Days a written notice describing in reasonable detail what information that constitutes Required Information Sellers have not delivered. In furtherance of the foregoing, Acquiror shall use commercially reasonable efforts to cause the Lenders to identify in writing and in reasonable detail all financial data expected to constitute Required Information (other than the financial statements described herein) on or before October 3, 2012 and shall provide Sellers such information as soon as reasonably practicable after receipt thereof.