Other Professionals Sample Clauses

Other Professionals. No provision of this Agreement is intended to limit Premier's right, authority, or ability under applicable law to contract with other dentists or physicians, or to employ, contract with, or enter into any partnership or joint venture with any healthcare professional, provided that the exercise of such right, authority or ability does not contravene the terms of this Agreement.
Other Professionals. Upon the approval of the United States and Oklahoma, the Cimarron Trust is authorized to retain on behalf of the Cimarron Trust and pay such third parties as the Cimarron Trustee (in accordance with a budget approved pursuant to Section 3.2 above) may deem necessary or appropriate to assist the Cimarron Trustee in carrying out its powers and duties under this Agreement and the Settlement Agreement, including, without limitation, (i) counsel to the Cimarron Trust and/or Cimarron Trustee, (ii) a public accounting firm to perform such reviews and/or audits of the financial books and records of the Cimarron Trust as may be appropriate in the Cimarron Trustee’s reasonable discretion and to prepare and file any tax returns or informational returns for the Cimarron Trust or the Cimarron Trust Accounts as may be required, and (iii) environmental consultants, custodians, security personnel, engineers, surveyors, brokers, contractors, administrative assistants and clerks. The Cimarron Trustee may pay all such Persons compensation for services rendered and expenses incurred in accordance with a budget approved as provided in Section 3.2. If approved by the United States and the State of Oklahoma, the Trustee may, consistent with its fiduciary duty, retain an affiliated company to perform services for the Trust.
Other Professionals. The Environmental Trustee is authorized to retain on behalf of the Environmental Response Trust and pay such third parties as the Environmental Trustee (in accordance with a budget approved pursuant to Section 3.2 and in a manner consistent with Section 3.2.5 and 4.1.2, above) may deem necessary or appropriate to assist the Environmental Trustee in carrying out its powers and duties under this Agreement and the Stipulation and Settlement Agreement, including, without limitation, (i) counsel to the Environmental Response Trust and/or Environmental Trustee, (ii) a public accounting firm to perform such reviews and/or audits of the financial books and records of the Environmental Response Trust as may be appropriate in the Environmental Trustee’s reasonable discretion and to prepare and file any tax returns or informational returns for the Environmental Response Trust or the Environmental Trust Accounts as may be required, and (iii) environmental consultants, custodians, security personnel, engineers, surveyors, brokers, contractors, administrative assistants and clerks. The Environmental Trustee may pay all such Persons compensation for services rendered and expenses incurred in accordance with a budget approved as provided in Section 3.2. The Environmental Trustee may, consistent with its fiduciary duty and with Section 3.2.4, above, retain an affiliated company to perform services for the Environmental Response Trust.
Other Professionals. Except as otherwise set forth in Section 2.14, the Owner represents that it shall not engage any architects nor any engineers, lawyers, consultants, accountants nor other professionals with respect to the Facility which Contractor will be obligated to pay, other than as requested by Contractor. Contractor shall have complete discretion to approve and retain all professionals, Contractors and subcontractors who will be involved in the design, development and construction of the Facility.
Other Professionals. 2.18 If one or both of us work with other professionals who are not registered collaborative professionals, we will retain these professionals jointly, and the professional will have a neutral role, unless otherwise agreed.
Other Professionals. The Contractor shall abide by the advice and direction of various professionals advising the City (including, but not limited to, engineers, traffic engineers, planners, building officials, police officers and firefighters) on all matters within their respective expertise, subject to approval of the City Manager, in the performance of its duties as they relate to matters of the City within the scope of Services to be provided pursuant to this Contract. In no event shall the Contractor be required to abide by the advice and direction of such professionals if such advice or direction would, in the Contractor’s opinion, cause the Contractor to violate any of its obligations under this Contract or other provision of law causing potential personal liability for damages and which would not be covered by insurance provided pursuant to Section I.10, Insurance.
Other Professionals. After consultation with the United States and the State of Illinois, the West Chicago Trust is authorized to retain on behalf of the West Chicago Trust and pay such third parties as the West Chicago Trustee/Licensee (in accordance with a budget approved pursuant to Section 3.2 above) may deem necessary or appropriate to assist the West Chicago Trustee/Licensee in carrying out its powers and duties under this Agreement and the Settlement Agreement, including, without limitation, (i) counsel to the West Chicago Trust and/or West Chicago Trustee/Licensee, (ii) a public accounting firm to perform such reviews and/or audits of the financial books and records of the West Chicago Trust as may be appropriate in the West Chicago Trustee/Licensee’s reasonable discretion and to prepare and file any tax returns or informational returns for the West Chicago Trust or the West Chicago Trust Accounts as may be required, and (iii) environmental consultants, custodians, security personnel, engineers, surveyors, brokers, contractors, administrative assistants and clerks. The West Chicago Trustee/Licensee may pay all such Persons compensation for services rendered and expenses incurred in accordance with a budget approved as provided in Section 3.2.
Other Professionals. To the extent deemed appropriate by Lender, to obtain the services of other brokers, investment bankers, consultants, attorneys and other professionals to assist Lender in the collection or disposition of any of the Collateral, the costs of which, if any, shall be added to the principal amount of the Senior Note. The Borrower acknowledges that the purpose of this Section 10 is to provide non-exhaustive indications of what actions or omissions by Lender would not be commercially unreasonable in Lender's exercise of remedies against the Collateral and that other actions or omissions by Lender will not be deemed commercially unreasonable solely on account of not being indicated in this Section 10. Without limitation upon the foregoing, nothing contained in this section will be construed to grant any rights to the Borrower or to impose any duties on Lender that would not have been granted or imposed by this Agreement or by applicable law in the absence of this section. Nothing contained in this Agreement will be construed to make Lender an agent or trustee of Borrower or Validity Guarantor for any purpose whatsoever. Lender will not be responsible or liable for any shortage, discrepancy, damage, loss or destruction of any part of the Collateral wherever the same may be located and regardless of the cause thereof (except to the extent it is determined by final judicial decision that Lender's act or omission constituted gross negligence or willful misconduct). Lender will not, under any circumstances or in any event whatsoever, have any liability for any error or omission or delay of any kind occurring in the settlement, collection or payment of any of the Accounts, liquidation of the Collateral or any instrument received in payment thereof or for any damage resulting therefrom (except to the extent it is determined by a final judicial decision that Lender's error, omission or delay constituted gross negligence or willful misconduct). Lender does not, by anything herein or in any assignment or otherwise, assume any of the Borrower's or Validity Guarantor's obligations under any contract or agreement assigned to Lender, and Lender shall not be responsible in any way for the performance by the Borrower or Validity Guarantor of any kind of the terms and conditions thereof.
Other Professionals. The ERRT Trustee shall have the authority to retain and pay such ERRT Trustee Professionals and ERRT Trustee Non-Professionals as the ERRT Trustee, in accordance with the budget approved by the Liquidating Trust Oversight Committee, may deem necessary or appropriate to assist the ERRT Trustee in carrying out its powers and duties under this Agreement and the Plan, including, without limitation, counsel to the ERRT Trustee and ERRT. The ERRT Trustee may commit the ERRT to pay all such ERRT Trustee Professionals and ERRT Trustee Non-Professionals compensation for services rendered and expenses incurred.‌
Other Professionals. The Custodial Trustee shall have the authority, after approval by the TCEQ and the United States, to retain on behalf of the Texas Custodial Trust and pay such third parties as the Custodial Trustee (in accordance with a budget approved by the TCEQ and the United States) may deem necessary or appropriate to assist the Custodial Trustee in carrying out its powers and duties under this Agreement and the Settlement Agreement, including, without limitation, (i) counsel to the Texas Custodial Trust and/or Custodial Trustee, (ii) a public accounting firm to Attachment D Texas Custodial Trust Consent Decree and Settlement Agreement perform such reviews and/or audits of the financial books and records of the Texas Custodial Trust as may be appropriate in the Custodial Trustee’s reasonable discretion and to prepare and file any tax returns or informational returns for the Texas Custodial Trust or the Custodial Trust Account as may be required, and (iii) environmental consultants, custodians, security personnel, engineers, surveyors, brokers, contractors, and clerks. The Custodial Trustee may pay all such Persons compensation for services rendered and expenses incurred in accordance with a budget approved as provided in Section 3.1.