No Duty Not to Compete Sample Clauses

No Duty Not to Compete. The Liquidating Trustees, in their individual capacity or through corporations, partnerships or other entities which they control or in which they have an interest, may engage in or possess any interest in any business venture, including, but not limited to, the ownership, financing, management of real property, or the investment of securities, or the provision of any services in connection with such activities. No Liquidating Trustee has any duty to present any business opportunity to the Liquidating Trust before taking advantage of such opportunity either in his individual capacity or through participation in any entity.
No Duty Not to Compete. The Administrator, any Administrator Covered Person and any of their respective Affiliates may engage in or possess any interest in any business venture, including, but not limited to, the ownership, financing, management of real property, or the investment of securities, or the provision of any services in connection with such activities. None of the Administrator, or any Administrator Covered Person or any of their respective Affiliates, has any duty to present any business opportunity to the Trust before taking advantage of such opportunity.

Related to No Duty Not to Compete

  • Covenant Not to Compete Without the consent of the Company, the Executive shall not, directly or indirectly, anywhere in the world, at any time during the Employment Period and for a period of eighteen (18) months following the termination of Executive's employment with the Company for any reason, be associated or in any way connected as an owner, investor, partner, director, officer, employee, agent, or consultant with any business entity directly engaged in the manufacture and/or sale of products competitive with any material product or product lines of the Company; provided, however, that the Executive shall not be deemed to have breached this undertaking if his sole relation with such entity consists of his holding, directly or indirectly, an equity interest in such entity not greater than two percent (2%) of such entity's outstanding equity interest, and the class of equity in which the Executive holds an interest is listed and traded on a broadly recognized national or regional securities exchange. For purposes hereof, the term "material product or product line of the Company" shall mean any product or product line of the Company, the aggregate gross sales of which during any calendar year during the five (5) year period preceding the Executive's undertaking such association with such a competitor were at least $10 million. The Executive acknowledges that: (a) the services to be performed by him under this Agreement are of a special, unique, unusual, extraordinary, and intellectual character; (b) the business of the Company is worldwide in scope and its products are marketed throughout the world; (c) the Company competes with other businesses that are or could be located in any part of the world; and (d) the provisions of this Section 9 are reasonable and necessary to protect the Company's business. If any covenant in this Section 9 is held to be unreasonable, arbitrary, or against public policy, such covenant will be considered to be divisible with respect to scope, time, and geographic area, and such lesser scope, time, or geographic area, or all of them, as a court of competent jurisdiction may determine to be reasonable, not arbitrary, and not against public policy, will be effective, binding, and enforceable against the Executive. The period of time applicable to any covenant in this Section 9 will be extended by the duration of any violation by the Executive of such covenant. The Executive will, while the covenants under this Section 9 are in effect, give notice to the Company, within ten days after accepting any other employment, of the identity of the Executive's employer. The Company may notify such employer that the Executive is bound by this Agreement and, at the Company's election, furnish such employer with a copy of this Agreement or relevant portions thereof.

  • Agreement Not to Compete (a) The Employee hereby covenants and agrees that at no time during the Term of Employment nor for a period of one year immediately following the termination of the Employee's employment for any reason, will he for himself or on behalf of any other person, partnership, company or corporation, directly or indirectly, acquire any financial or beneficial interest in (except as provided in the next sentence), provide consulting or other services to, be employed by, or own, manage, operate or control any entity engaged in the financial guaranty insurance or reinsurance business similar to the business engaged in by the Company or the Operating Company at the time of such termination of employment. Notwithstanding the preceding sentence, the Employee shall not be prohibited from owning less than one (1%) percent of any publicly traded corporation, whether or not such corporation is in competition with the Company or the Operating Company.

  • Covenants Not to Compete No Initial Stockholder, employee, officer or director of the Company is subject to any noncompetition agreement or non-solicitation agreement with any employer or prior employer which could materially affect his ability to be an Initial Stockholder, employee, officer and/or director of the Company.

  • Covenant Not to Compete or Solicit (a) The Executive recognizes that the services to be performed by him hereunder are special, unique and extraordinary. The parties confirm that it is reasonably necessary for the protection of the Corporation that the Executive agree, and accordingly, the Executive does hereby agree, that he shall not, directly or indirectly, at any time during the “Restricted Period” within the “Restricted Area” (as those terms are defined in Section 10(e) below):

  • Continuing Covenant Not to Compete or Interfere with Relationships Regardless of anything herein to the contrary, following a termination by the Bank or Executive pursuant to Section 10(e) or 10(f):

  • Covenant Not to Compete; Non-Solicitation Executive acknowledges and recognizes the highly competitive nature of the Company’s Business and the goodwill and business strategy of the Company constitute a substantial asset of the Company. Executive further acknowledges and recognizes that during the course of the Executive’s employment Executive will receive specific knowledge of the Company’s Business, access to trade secrets and Confidential Information (as hereinafter defined), participate in business acquisitions and decisions, and that it would be impossible for Executive to work for a competitor without using and divulging this valuable Confidential Information. Executive further acknowledges that this covenant not to compete is an independent covenant within this Agreement. This covenant shall survive this Agreement and shall be treated as an independent covenant for the purposes of enforcement. Executive agrees to the following:

  • No Disparagement Executive agrees that henceforth Executive will not disparage or make false or adverse statements about the Company or the Released Parties. The Company should report to Executive any actions or statements that are attributed to Executive that the Company believes are disparaging. The Company may take actions consistent with breach of this Release should it determine that Executive has disparaged or made false or adverse statements about the Company or the Released Parties. The Company agrees that henceforth the Company’s officers and directors will not disparage or make false or adverse statements about Executive. Executive should report to the Company any actions or statements that are attributed to the Company’s officers and directors that Executive believes are disparaging. Executive may take actions consistent with breach of this Release should it determine that the Company’s officers and directors have disparaged or made false or adverse statements about Executive.

  • Restriction on Competition The Executive agrees that if the Executive were to become employed by, or substantially involved in, the business of a competitor of the Company or any of its Affiliates during the twelve (12) month period following the Severance Date, it would be very difficult for the Executive not to rely on or use the Company’s and its Affiliates’ trade secrets and confidential information. Thus, to avoid the inevitable disclosure of the Company’s and its Affiliates’ trade secrets and confidential information, and to protect such trade secrets and confidential information and the Company’s and its Affiliates’ relationships and goodwill with customers, during the Period of Employment and for a period of twelve (12) months after the Severance Date, the Executive will not directly or indirectly through any other Person engage in, enter the employ of, render any services to, have any ownership interest in, nor participate in the financing, operation, management or control of, any Competing Business. For purposes of this Agreement, the phrase “directly or indirectly through any other Person engage in” shall include, without limitation, any direct or indirect ownership or profit participation interest in such enterprise, whether as an owner, stockholder, member, partner, joint venture or otherwise, and shall include any direct or indirect participation in such enterprise as an employee, consultant, director, officer, licensor of technology or otherwise. For purposes of this Agreement, “Competing Business” means a Person anywhere in the continental United States and elsewhere in the world, where the Company and its Affiliates engage in business, or reasonably anticipate engaging in business, on the Severance Date (the “Restricted Area”) that at any time during the Period of Employment has competed, or any and time during the twelve (12) month period following the Severance Date competes, with the Company or any of its Affiliates in any business related to telecommunications infrastructure. Nothing herein shall prohibit the Executive from being a passive owner of not more than 2% of the outstanding stock of any class of a corporation which is publicly traded, so long as the Executive has no active participation in the business of such corporation,

  • Covenant Not to Sxx The parties covenant that under no conditions will any party or any affiliate file any action against the other (except only requests for injunctive or other equitable relief) in any forum other than before the American Arbitration Association, and the parties agree that any such action, if filed, shall be dismissed upon application and shall be referred for arbitration hereunder with costs and attorney's fees to the prevailing party.

  • No Competition Employee's employment is subject to the condition that during the term of his employment hereunder and for the period specified in paragraph 8(c) below, Employee shall not, directly or indirectly, own, manage, operate, control or participate in the ownership, management, operation or control of, or be connected as an officer, employee, partner, director, individual proprietor, lender, consultant or otherwise with, or have any financial interest in, or aid or assist anyone else in the conduct of, any entity or business (a "Competitive Operation") which competes in the banking industry or with any other business conducted by Employer or by any group, affiliate, division or subsidiary of Employer, in the states of New York and Pennsylvania. Employee shall keep Employer fully advised as to any activity, interest, or investment Employee may have in any way related to the banking industry. It is understood and agreed that, for the purposes of the foregoing provisions of this paragraph, (i) no business shall be deemed to be a business conducted by Employer or any group, division, affiliate or subsidiary of Employer unless 5% or more of Employer's consolidated gross sales or operating revenues is derived from, or 5% or more of Employer's consolidated assets are devoted to, such business; (ii) no business conducted by any entity by which Employee is employed or in which he is interested or with which he is connected or associated shall be deemed competitive with any business conducted by Employer or any group, division or subsidiary of Employer unless it is one from which 2% or more of its consolidated gross sales or operating revenues is derived, or to which 2% or more of its consolidated assets are devoted; and (iii) no business which is conducted by Employer at the Date of Termination and which subsequently is sold by Employer shall, after such sale, be deemed to be a Competitive Operation within the meaning of this paragraph. Ownership of not more than 5% of the voting stock of any publicly held corporation shall not constitute a violation of this paragraph.