Post Termination Obligations and Restrictive Covenants Sample Clauses

Post Termination Obligations and Restrictive Covenants. The Executive acknowledges, affirms, and agrees to comply in all respects with his obligations under Sections 5, 6, and 7 of the Employment Agreement. Nothing therein or herein shall be construed to prevent disclosure of Confidential Information (as defined in the Employment Agreement) as may be required by applicable law or regulation, or pursuant to the valid order of a court of competent jurisdiction or an authorized government agency, provided that the disclosure does not exceed the extent of disclosure required by such law, regulation, or order. Nothing in this Agreement prohibits or restricts the Executive (or Executive’s attorney) from initiating communications directly with, responding to an inquiry from, or providing testimony before the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), any other self-regulatory organization, or any other federal or state regulatory authority regarding this Agreement or its underlying facts or circumstances.
Post Termination Obligations and Restrictive Covenants. (A)You agree to direct individuals and organizations seeking employment information and/or references about you to Mr. Gerald DiGenova. In return, Mr. DiGenova will provide a confirmation of your dates of employment, positions held, duties performed, and at Carrols choosing rate of pay. You understand that if you direct such individuals and organizations (who are seeking employment information and/or references about you) to persons other than Mr. DiGenova, the Company will not be responsible for any information given by such people.(B)You also agree to reasonably cooperate with the Company in the future by responding to questions and telling the truth regarding projects, presentations, and/or proposals that you worked on or assisted throughout your employment with the Company. You further agree to reasonably cooperate with the Company in the future by, including but not limited to, responding to questions, drafting, reviewing and signing affidavits, attending meetings and depositions, governmental proceedings and hearings and court hearings, and by cooperating with the Company and its accountants and attorneys with respect to third party or governmental investigations, claims, hearings or litigation for which you 4 have personal and/or business knowledge or which arise out of your service to the Company; provided that the Company shall make reasonable efforts to minimize disruption of your other activities.(C)Following your separation from employment, you agree not to make, publish, or communicate to any person or entity or in any public forum any statements or engage in any actions which would disparage, denigrate, defame, or interfere with the Company or the Company's parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, predecessors, successors, and assigns, and all of their respective past and present officers, directors or employees, or which could damage, harm or interfere with the Company's reputation, business relationships or standing with the public, investors, vendors, customers, clients and/or employees. This Section does not in any way restrict or impede you from exercising protected rights or rights under federal securities laws, including the Dodd-Frank Act, to the extent that such rights cannot be waived by agreement or from complying with any applicable law or regulation or a valid order of a court of competent jurisdiction or an authorized government agency, provided that such compliance does not exceed that required by the law, regulation, or order. You s...
Post Termination Obligations and Restrictive Covenants. Employee acknowledges that all post-employment obligations and restrictive covenants set forth in any confidentiality, intellectual property and non-solicitation agreement between Employee and Employer entered into in connection with Employee’s employment with Employer continue in full effect in accordance with their terms.
Post Termination Obligations and Restrictive Covenants