Negotiate. Bargain for the purpose of discussion and settlement of terms leading to a collective bargaining agreement between parties.
Negotiate. To confer, discuss, propose, consider, and/or make counter proposals, in good faith, in an effort to reach mutual agreement on items under consideration. Such negotiations shall be conducted by representatives of the Board and the Association with authority to negotiate in good faith. Final approval of any negotiated item shall be first by action of the Association and then official adoption of the Board.
Negotiate. A party claiming that a dispute has arisen concerning this agreement must give notice to the other party specifying the matter in dispute. The parties will use their best endeavours to resolve the dispute by negotiation in good faith. The parties will attend at least one meeting to discuss and attempt to resolve the dispute as a condition precedent to taking any other steps concerning the dispute (including but not limited to commencing any legal proceedings other than an application for injunctive relief). The attendees at such meeting will include the Managing Director of UBS Timber Investors (or nominee) and the Chief Executive Officer of Xxxxxxxx Challenge Forests Limited (or nominee). All discussions will be without prejudice and will not be referred to in any later proceedings.
Negotiate. It is further agreed that the Secured Party shall have the right to discount, sell, pledge, negotiate or otherwise dispose of any of the Promissory Notes without in any wise prejudicing or affecting the security herein, and it is further expressly agreed that, should any of the Promissory Notes, mature and remain unpaid, action may be brought and judgment be obtained and collected on such Promissory Notes by any holder thereof, without in any way or manner affecting or impairing this Agreement and without in any wise altering, impairing or prejudicing the right of the Secured Party under the terms, covenants and conditions of this Agreement.
Negotiate. Once your work has been accepted, a publisher has a vested interest in your work, having already invested months in you with the review process. Let that work for you and do not be afraid to negotiate! Publishers need to secure right of first publication, but more and more au- thors are successfully reserving the rights to use their works for themselves and their institutions through open discussion and negotiation. Pro- pose inclusion of an author’s addendum. Bring to a publisher’s attention that you expect to reserve rights not needed for publication. Hold onto the rights that are already yours!