Due Care Sample Clauses

Due Care. The Recipient will exercise the same degree of care with respect to the Confidential Information it receives from the Discloser as it normally takes to safeguard and preserve its own confidential and proprietary information, which in all cases will be at least a commercially reasonable level of care.
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Due Care. THE EXECUTIVE ACKNOWLEDGES THAT HE HAS RECEIVED A COPY OF THIS RELEASE PRIOR TO ITS EXECUTION AND HAS BEEN ADVISED HEREBY OF HIS OPPORTUNITY TO REVIEW AND CONSIDER THIS RELEASE FOR TWENTY-ONE (21) DAYS PRIOR TO ITS EXECUTION. THE EXECUTIVE FURTHER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT HE HAS BEEN ADVISED HEREBY TO CONSULT WITH AN ATTORNEY PRIOR TO EXECUTING THIS RELEASE. THE EXECUTIVE ENTERS INTO THIS RELEASE HAVING FREELY AND KNOWINGLY ELECTED, AFTER DUE CONSIDERATION, TO EXECUTE THIS RELEASE AND TO FULFILL THE PROMISES SET FORTH HEREIN. THIS RELEASE SHALL BE REVOCABLE BY THE EXECUTIVE DURING THE SEVEN (7) DAY PERIOD FOLLOWING ITS EXECUTION, AND SHALL NOT BECOME EFFECTIVE OR ENFORCEABLE UNTIL THE EXPIRATION OF SUCH SEVEN (7) DAY PERIOD. IN THE EVENT OF SUCH A REVOCATION, THE EXECUTIVE SHALL NOT BE ENTITLED TO THE CONSIDERATION FOR THIS RELEASE SET FORTH ABOVE.
Due Care. The Employee acknowledges that he or she has received a copy of this Release prior to its execution and has been advised hereby of his or her opportunity to review and consider this Release for 21 days prior to its execution. The Employee further acknowledges that he or she has been advised hereby to consult with an attorney prior to executing this Release. The Employee enters into this Release having freely and knowingly elected, after due consideration, to execute this Release and to fulfill the promises set forth herein. This Release shall be revocable by the Employee during the 7-day period following its execution, and shall not become effective or enforceable until the expiration of such 7-day period. In the event of such a revocation, the Employee shall not be entitled to the consideration for this Release set forth above.
Due Care. Executive shall exercise all due care and diligence and shall take all reasonable steps to prevent the publication or disclosure by Executive of any Confidential Information relating, in particular, but not limited to, actual or proposed transactions, of any employee, customer, client or supplier (whether former, actual or potential) of any Company Affiliate including partnerships, companies, bodies, and corporations having accounts with or in any way connected to or in discussion with any Company Affiliate and all other matters relating to such customers, clients or suppliers and connections.
Due Care. The Executive acknowledges that he has received a copy of this Release prior to its execution and has been advised hereby of his opportunity to review and consider this Release for 21 days prior to its execution. The Executive further acknowledges that he has been advised hereby to consult with an attorney prior to executing this Release. The Executive enters into this Release having freely and knowingly elected, after due consideration, to execute this Release and to fulfill the promises set forth herein. This Release shall be revocable by the Executive during the 7-day period following its execution, and shall not become effective or enforceable until the expiration of such 7-day period. In the event of such a revocation, the Executive shall not be entitled to the consideration for this Release set forth above.
Due Care. We will exercise the same degree of care with respect to the Confidential Information we receive from you as we normally take to safeguard and preserve our own confidential and proprietary information, which in all cases will be at least a commercially reasonable level of care.
Due Care. It is recognized by the parties that during the term of this Agreement, the parties will exchange Confidential Information pertaining to their performance hereunder. Each party will use Confidential Information only as provided by this Agreement and will exercise due care to prevent the disclosure of Confidential Information of the other party.
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Due Care. The Proposer and each Insured shall take or procure to be taken all reasonable care and precautions to prevent a claim arising under this Policy and, in the event of a claim arising, to minimize its financial consequences.
Due Care. This Release contains a release of all claims under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act ("ADEA") and, therefore, pursuant to the requirements of the ADEA, the Employee acknowledges that he has been advised (i) that this release includes, but is not limited to, all claims under the ADEA arising up to and including the date of execution of this release; (ii) to consult with an attorney and or other advisor of his choosing concerning his rights and obligations under this release; (iii) to fully consider this release before executing it, and that he has been offered ample time and opportunity, in excess of 21 days, to do so; and (iv) that this release shall become effective and enforceable 7 days following execution of this Release by the Executive, during which 7-day period the Executive may revoke his acceptance of this Release by delivering written notice to: Corporate Secretary, Peoples Energy Corporation, 000 Xxxx Xxxxxxxx Xxxxx, Chicago, Illinois 60601.
Due Care. 8.01 The Designer agrees that it will exercise due care to prevent damaging the Owner’s property. Designer agrees that should it negligently or recklessly damage Owner property, it will pay the Owner, on demand, the cost of repairing or replacing the damaged property. Reviews and Approvals
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