Duty of Loyalty Sample Clauses

Duty of Loyalty. Executive acknowledges and agrees that Executive owes a fiduciary duty of loyalty to act at all times in the best interests of Company. In keeping with such duty, Executive shall make full disclosure to Company of all business opportunities pertaining to Company’s business and shall not appropriate for Executive’s own benefit business opportunities concerning Company’s business.
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Duty of Loyalty. The Manager has a duty to refrain from competing with the Company in the conduct of the Company’s business prior to the dissolution of the Company, except that the Members understand and acknowledge that the Manager has other interests in similar properties and companies that may compete for its time and resources, which shall not be considered a violation of this duty.
Duty of Loyalty. Employee acknowledges and agrees that Employee owes a fiduciary duty of loyalty, fidelity and allegiance to act in the best interests of the Company and to do no act that would materially injure the business, interests, or reputation of the Company or any of its affiliates. In keeping with these duties, Employee shall make full disclosure to the Company of all business opportunities pertaining to the Business (as defined below) and shall not appropriate for Employee’s own benefit business opportunities concerning the subject matter of the fiduciary relationship.
Duty of Loyalty. During the course, and as a result, of the Executive’s employment with the Company, the Executive will have access to Confidential Information; the opportunity to gain close knowledge of, and possible influence over, customers, suppliers, independent contractors and employees of the Company Group; possess in some measure the goodwill of the Company Group; and come to possess an intimate knowledge of the business of the Company Group, including all of its policies, methods, personnel and operations.
Duty of Loyalty. I agree that at all times during my employment with the Company, I will not, without the Company’s express written consent, engage in any employment or business activity that is competitive with or that would otherwise conflict with the business of the Company, nor will I engage in any other activities that may conflict with my obligations or duty of loyalty to the Company.
Duty of Loyalty. Executive acknowledges the common law duties of reasonable care, loyalty, and honesty which arise out of the principal/agent relationship of the parties. While employed and thereafter for whatever term the law may impose, Executive shall not engage in any activity to the detriment of the Company. By way of illustration and not as a limitation, Executive shall not discuss with any customer or potential customer of the Company any plans by Executive or any other Executives of the Company to leave the employment of the Company and compete with the Company.
Duty of Loyalty. During the period of Employee’s relationship with the Company, Employee will devote Employee’s best efforts on behalf of the Company. Employee agrees not to provide any services to any Competing Business or engage in any conduct which may create an actual or appear to create a conflict of interest, without the expressed, written permission of the Company.
Duty of Loyalty. 6.1 During the Employment Period, Employee shall not, without the prior written consent of Employer, directly or indirectly render services of a business, professional, or commercial nature to any person or firm, whether for compensation or otherwise, or engage in any activity directly or indirectly competitive with or adverse to the business or welfare of Employer, whether alone, as a partner, or as an officer, director, employee, consultant, or holder of more than one percent (1%) of the capital stock of any other corporation. Otherwise, Employee may make personal investments in any other business so long as these investments do not require him to participate in the operation of the companies in which he invests.
Duty of Loyalty. During the Term, you will owe a “Duty of Loyalty” to the Employer, which includes, but is not limited to, you not competing in any manner, whether directly or indirectly, as a principal, employee, agent, owner, or otherwise, with any entity in the Activision Blizzard Group; provided, however, that nothing in this Section 8(a) will limit your right to own up to five percent (5%) of any of the debt or equity securities of any business organization that is then required to file reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.
Duty of Loyalty. Employee understands that his/her employment and provision of services on behalf of the Company requires Employee’s undivided attention and effort. Accordingly, during Employee’s employment, Employee agrees that he/she will not, without the Company’s express prior written consent, (i) engage in any other business activity, unless such activity is for passive investment purposes not otherwise prohibited by this Agreement and will not require Employee to render any services, (ii) be engaged or interested, directly or indirectly, alone or with others, in any trade, business or occupation in competition with the Company, (iii) take steps, alone or with others, to engage in competition with the Company in the future, or (iv) appropriate for Employee’s own benefit business opportunities pertaining to the Company’s Business.