A Non Omnibus Commission Share of a Fund issued in consideration of the investment of proceeds of the redemption of a Non-Omnibus Commission Share of another fund (the “Redeeming Fund”) in connection with a permitted free exchange, is deemed to have a Date of Original Issuance identical to the Date of Original Issuance of the Non-Omnibus Commission Share of the Redeeming Fund, and any such Commission Share will be attributed to the Distributor or Successor Distributor based upon such Date of Original Issuance in accordance with rules (a) and (b) above.
For Non Responsibility The Bidder agrees that if it is found by the State that the Bidder’s responses to the Vendor Responsibility Questionnaire were intentionally false or intentionally incomplete, on such finding, the Commissioner may terminate the Contract. Upon written notice to the Contractor, and a reasonable opportunity to be heard with appropriate OGS officials or staff, the Contract may be terminated by the Commissioner at the Contractor’s expense where the Contractor is determined by the Commissioner to be non-responsible. In such event, the Commissioner may complete the contractual requirements in any manner he or she may deem advisable and pursue available legal or equitable remedies for breach. In no case shall such termination of the Contract by the State be deemed a breach thereof, nor shall the State be liable for any damages for lost profits or otherwise, which may be sustained by the Contractor as a result of such termination.
Non-Competition, Non-Solicitation and Non-Disparagement (a) Executive understands and recognizes that his services to the Company are special and unique and that in the course of performing such services Executive will have access to and knowledge of Confidential and Proprietary Information. Executive agrees that, during the Term and the twelve (12)-month period immediately following Executive’s separation from employment (the “Termination Restriction Period”), whether such separation is voluntary or involuntary, he shall not in any manner, directly or indirectly, on behalf of himself or any person, firm, partnership, joint venture, corporation or other business entity (“Person”), enter into or engage in any business involving the development or commercialization of a preventive anti-infective product that would be a competitor of (i) Neutrolin, (ii) a product containing taurolodine or (iii) any other product being actively developed or produced by the Company as of the date of Executive’s termination of employment (provided that, in the case of this subsection (iii), the Board determines that such product is material to the value of the Company) (the “Business of Company”), either as an individual for his own account, or as a partner, joint venturer, owner, executive, employee, independent contractor, principal, agent, consultant, salesperson, officer, director or shareholder of such Person, in any capacity that requires or could result in Executive’s intentional or unintentional use of the Confidential and Proprietary Information and/or requires Executive to perform services substantially similar to those performed for the benefit of the Company during the Term, anywhere in the world, provided, however, that nothing shall prohibit Executive from performing executive duties for any Person that does not engage in the Business of Company. Executive acknowledges that, due to the unique nature of the Business of the Company, the Company has a strong legitimate business interest in protecting the continuity of its business interests and its Confidential and Proprietary Information and the restriction herein agreed to by Executive narrowly and fairly serves such an important and critical business interest of the Company. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing contained in this Section 6(a) shall be deemed to prohibit Executive from acquiring or holding, solely for investment, publicly traded securities of any corporation, some or all of the activities of which are engaged in the Business of Company, so long as such securities do not, in the aggregate, constitute more than four percent (4%) of any class or series of outstanding securities of such corporation; or being a passive investor holding less than four percent (4%) of a private equity, venture capital or other commingled fund; and further notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing contained in this Section 6(a) shall preclude Executive from becoming an employee of, or from otherwise providing services to, a separate division or operating unit of a multi-divisional business or enterprise (a “Division”) if: (i) the Division by which Executive is employed, or to which Executive provides services, is not engaged in the Business of Company, (ii) Executive does not provide services, directly or indirectly, to any other division or operating unit of such multi-divisional business or enterprise engaged in or proposing to engage in the Business of Company (individually, a “Competitive Division” and collectively, the “Competitive Divisions”), and (iii) the Competitive Divisions, in the aggregate, accounted for less than one-third of the multi-divisional business or enterprise’s consolidated revenues for the fiscal year, and each subsequent quarterly period, prior to Executive’s commencement of employment with or provision of services to the Division, or the Board determines that the Competitive Divisions are not material to the value of such multi-divisional business or enterprise.
Non-Competition; Non-Solicitation; Non-Disparagement Arrow and its Affiliates are engaged in the businesses of banking, lending, trust operations and providing financial, property, casualty and health insurance and investment adviser services and products (collectively, the “Business”). As a senior executive, Executive provides services that are unique, special and/or extraordinary to the Business in which Arrow and its Affiliates engage, and have access to and will learn of trade secrets of Arrow and its Affiliates and confidential information pertaining to their customers. The provisions of Paragraphs 9 and 10 are agreed by the parties to be reasonable and necessary to protect the goodwill of Arrow’s and its Affiliates’ Business, the good will of special/long-term customer relationships, Arrow’s and its Affiliates’ confidential information and trade secrets (including but not limited to information concerning their customers, marketing studies, marketing strategies, acquisition plans, costs, personnel and financial performance) and confidential customer information and to protect against unfair competition by an employee whose services are special, unique and/or extraordinary to the Business of Arrow and its Affiliates and their long-term success. Accordingly, the Executive agrees as follows:
Non-Solicitation; Non-Disparagement Executive shall not for a period of one (1) year following Executive’s termination of employment for any reason, either on Executive’s own account or jointly with or as a manager, agent, officer, employee, consultant, partner, joint venturer, owner or shareholder or otherwise on behalf of any other person, firm or corporation, directly or indirectly solicit or attempt to solicit away from the Company any of its officers or employees or offer employment to any person who is an officer or employee of the Company; provided, however, that a general advertisement to which an employee of the Company responds shall in no event be deemed to result in a breach of this Section 11(b). Executive also agrees not to harass or disparage the Company or its employees, clients, directors or agents.
Non-Solicitation and Non-Compete The Executive agrees that,
By Non State Agencies Upon acceptance of Product or as otherwise provided by Contract, Contractor may invoice for payment. The required payment date shall be thirty calendar days, excluding legal holidays, or as mandated by the appropriate governing law from the receipt of a proper invoice. The terms of Article 11-A of the State Finance Law apply only to procurements by and the consequent payment obligations of Agencies. Neither expressly nor by any implication is the statute applicable to Non-State Authorized Users. Neither OGS nor the State Comptroller is responsible for payments on any purchases made by a Non-State Agency Authorized User.
Non-Solicitation and Non-Competition Ancillary to the agreements to provide Executive with the Confidential Information as set forth above, and in order to aid in the enforcement of those agreements, Executive agrees that, during the Term and for a period of two (2) years after the termination of Executive’s employment with the Company (or, in the event Executive is entitled to the payments and benefits described in Section 4.3(c) for a period of one (1) year after termination of Executive’s employment with the Company) (as applicable, the “Prohibited Period”), he will:
Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation In consideration of the salary paid to the Executive by the Company and subject to applicable law, the Executive agrees that during the term of the Employment and for a period of one (1) year following the termination of the Employment for whatever reason:
Mutual Non-Disparagement Subject to applicable law, each of the Parties covenants and agrees that, during the Standstill Period or if earlier, until such time as the other Party or any of its agents, subsidiaries, affiliates, successors, assigns, officers, key employees or directors shall have breached this Section, neither it nor any of its respective agents, subsidiaries, affiliates, successors, assigns, officers, key employees or directors, shall in any way publicly criticize, disparage, call into disrepute, or otherwise defame or slander the other Parties or such other Parties’ subsidiaries, affiliates, successors, assigns, officers (including any current officer of a Party or a Parties’ subsidiaries who no longer serves in such capacity following the execution of this Agreement), directors (including any current director of a Party or a Parties’ subsidiaries who no longer serves in such capacity following the execution of this Agreement), employees, stockholders, agents, attorneys or representatives, or any of their businesses, products or services, in any manner that would reasonably be expected to damage the business or reputation of such other Parties, their businesses, products or services or their subsidiaries, affiliates, successors, assigns, officers (or former officers), directors (or former directors), employees, stockholders, agents, attorneys or representatives. This Section shall not limit the ability of any director of the Company to act in accordance with his or her fiduciary duties or otherwise in accordance with applicable law. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing in this Section 13 shall be deemed to prevent any Party from complying with a request for information from any governmental authority with jurisdiction over the Party from whom information is sought, provided that, solely in the case of any disclosure that is proposed or required to appear in any required disclosure relating thereto, such Party must provide written notice, to the extent legally permissible and practicable under the circumstances, to the other Party prior to making any such public disclosure and reasonably consider any comments of such other Party.