Qualified Public Offering Sample Clauses

Qualified Public Offering. Section 29(y) of the Notes is hereby amended and restated as follows:
Qualified Public Offering. (a) Prior to a Qualified Public Offering, the vesting of the Options shall fully accelerate so that all the Options are vested.
Qualified Public Offering. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in Section 1(a)(ii) above, if the Company consummates a Public Offering prior to the date on which the Option has otherwise become exercisable with respect to all of the Option Shares, the Option will vest and become exercisable immediately prior to consummation of such Public Offering with respect to 50% of the unvested Option Shares, if such Public Offering is a Qualified Public Offering, and with respect to 25% of the unvested Option Shares, if such Public Offering is a Non-Qualified Public Offering, so long as the Executive is, and has been continuously, employed by the Company or any Subsidiary from the date hereof through the date of the consummation of such Public Offering. All Option Shares which remain unvested after application of the preceding sentence shall vest monthly on a pro rata basis over the remainder of the Vesting Period commencing on the date of the consummation of the Public Offering (or, if later, the Six-Month Date) so long as the Executive is, and has been continuously, employed by the Company or any Subsidiary thereof from the date hereof through such date (with the cumulative percentage of Option Shares vested on any given date based on the number of complete calendar months elapsed since the Public Offering).
Qualified Public Offering. Qualified Public Offering shall mean the Company's underwritten public offering pursuant to an effective registration statement under the Securities Act covering the offer and sale of shares of Common Stock in which not less than $20,000,000 of gross proceeds from such public offering are received by the Company for the account of the Company.
Qualified Public Offering. As used in this Section 5, "Qualified Public ------------------------- Offering" means the sale, in an underwritten public offering, registered under the Securities Act of 1933, of shares of the Company's common stock, (A) immediately after which the number of shares of common stock then publicly held constitute at least twenty percent (20%) of the outstanding shares of common stock, on a fully diluted basis, and (B) which results in cash proceeds to the Company and/or its shareholders which, when aggregated with any cash proceeds paid to the Company and/or its shareholders in connection with any prior underwritten registered public offerings of the Company's common stock, equals or exceeds twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000).
Qualified Public Offering. At the request of the Preferred Majority (as defined in the Shareholders Agreement), the Company, the Key Holders shall use their best effort to consummate a Qualified Public Offering. The Key Holders shall ensure that, prior to the commencement of Qualified Public Offering by the Company, each entity described above and its respective shareholders are in compliance with such requirements in all respects and that there is no barrier to repatriation of profits, dividends and other distributions from the WFOE (or any successor entity) to the Company.
Qualified Public Offering. The term “Qualified Public Offering” means a firm commitment underwritten public offering with gross proceeds to the Corporation of at least US$10,000,000 (prior to any payment of any underwriter discounts and commissions) pursuant to a registration statement filed under the U.S. Securities Act.
Qualified Public Offering. (f) If any party fails to designate a representative to fill a directorship pursuant to the terms of this paragraph 1, the election of a person to such directorship shall be accomplished in accordance with the Company's bylaws and applicable law.
Qualified Public Offering. An underwritten public offering on a firm commitment basis pursuant to an effective registration statement under the Securities Act covering the offer and sale of Class A Common Stock for the account of the Corporation in which the aggregate proceeds exceed $25,000,000 and immediately after which the Corporation’s outstanding capital stock has an aggregate market value of at least $100,000,000.
Qualified Public Offering. From the date on which the Company completes a Qualified Public Offering for shares of Common Stock pursuant to a registration under the Securities Act, and for as long as Warburg Pincus Owns at least twenty percent (20%) of the Common Stock, the Company will nominate and use its best efforts to have two individuals designated by Warburg Pincus and reasonably acceptable to the Company elected to the Board. From the date on which the Company completes its Qualified Public Offering and for as long as Warburg Pincus Owns at least ten percent (10%) of the outstanding shares of Common Stock, the Company will nominate and use its best efforts to have one individual designated by Warburg Pincus and reasonably acceptable to the Company elected to the Board.