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Tpi Composites, Inc – IZBAS KIRA SOZLESMESI IZBAS RENTAL CONTRACT Isbu Kira Sozlesmesi; This Rental Contract Is Executed by and Between; Bir Tarafta Turkiye Cumhuriyeti Yasalar?na Uygun Bir Sekilde Tescil Edilmis Ve Merkezi Kultur Mah. 1476 Sokak No:2 K:16 D:61 Aksoy Residence IZMIR Adresinde Bulunan Dere Konstruksiyon Demir Celik Insaat Taahhut Muhendislik Musavirlik Sanayi Ve Ticaret Anonim Sirketi (Bundan Boyle Kiraya Veren Olarak An?lacakt?r); On One Side, Dere Konstruksiyon Demir Celik Insaat Taahhut Muhendislik Musavirlik Sanayi Ve Ticaret Anonim Sirketi, a Company Duly Registered Under the Laws of the Republ (June 17th, 2016)

Yerlesmeye Uygun Teslim Kirac?n?n Izin Verilen Faaliyeti yurutmek icin gerek duydugu, isbu Sozlesmenin Ek-1i alt?nda detayl? olarak belirtilen ekipman? (kal?plar dahil ancak bunlarla s?n?rl? olmaks?z?n) kurmak ve test etmek uzere Mecura guvenli olarak girebilecegi sekilde Mecurun insa edilmis oldugu zaman? ifade eder.

Metro Bancorp Inc – - Ii - 3.26 Bank Secrecy Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and U.S.A. Patriot Act ...........28 ARTICLE 4 REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF FNB ..........................................28 4.1 Corporate Organization ....... ............................................................................... ....29 4.2 Capitalization ..................................................... ....................................................29 4.3 Authority; No Violation ..................................................................... ....................30 4.4 Consents and Approvals ................ (August 7th, 2015)
2 1024142.05b-Chisr02a - MSW ""Amendment No. 4 Effective Date" Has the Meaning Specified in Amendment No. 4." ""Anti-Corruption Laws" Means the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977." ""Anti-Terrorism Laws" Means Title III of the USA Patriot Act, the Trading With the Enemy Act, and Each of the Foreign Assets Control Regulations of the United States Treasury Department (31 C.F.R. Subtitle B, Chapter V, as Amended) and Any Other Enabling Legislation or Executive Order Relating Thereto." ""CAM Agreement" Means That Certain Allocation and Exchange Mechanism Agreement, Dated as of June 4, 2015, Amo (June 10th, 2015)
ARTICLE VI General Provisions Applicable to Loans SECTION 6.01. Funding of Borrowings 44 SECTION 6.02. Interest Elections 45 SECTION 6.03. Termination and Reduction of Commitments 46 SECTION 6.04. Repayment of Loans; Evidence of Debt 47 SECTION 6.05. Increase in Commitments 48 SECTION 6.06. Prepayment of Loans 49 SECTION 6.07. Fees 50 SECTION 6.08. Interest 52 SECTION 6.09. Alternate Rate of Interest 53 SECTION 6.10. Increased Costs 54 SECTION 6.11. Break Funding Payments 55 SECTION 6.12. Taxes 56 SECTION 6.13. Payments Generally; Pro Rata Treatment; Sharing of Setoffs 59 SECTION 6.14. Mitigat (June 4th, 2014)

CREDIT AGREEMENT (the Agreement) dated as of May 29, 2014, among ZIMMER HOLDINGS, INC., a Delaware corporation (the Company), ZIMMER K.K., a company organized under the laws of Japan (the Japanese Borrower), ZIMMER INVESTMENT LUXEMBOURG SARL, a company organized under the laws of Luxembourg, inclusive of its Winterthur Branch (the Luxembourg Borrower), the BORROWING SUBSIDIARIES (as defined herein), the LENDERS (as defined herein), JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., as administrative agent for the Lenders (in such capacity, the General Administrative Agent), JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., TOKYO BRANCH, as administrative agent for the Japanese Lenders (in such capacity, the Japanese Administrative Agent), and J.P. MORGAN EUROPE LIMITED, as administrative agent for the European Lenders (in such capacity, the European Administrative Agent).

SECTION 4.02. Authorization 35 SECTION 4.03. Enforceability 36 SECTION 4.04. Governmental Approvals 36 SECTION 4.05. Financial Statements; No Material Adverse Effect 36 SECTION 4.06. Litigation, Compliance With Laws 37 SECTION 4.07. Federal Reserve Regulations 37 SECTION 4.08. Taxes 37 SECTION 4.09. Employee Benefit Plans 37 SECTION 4.10. Environmental and Safety Matters 37 SECTION 4.11. Properties 38 SECTION 4.12. Investment Company Status 38 SECTION 4.13. Solvency 38 SECTION 4.14. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 38 SECTION 4.15. OFAC 39 SECTION 4.16. USA PATRIOT Act 39 ARTICLE v Conditions SEC (June 4th, 2014)

CREDIT AGREEMENT (the Agreement) dated as of May 29, 2014, among ZIMMER HOLDINGS, INC., a Delaware corporation (the Company), the LENDERS (as defined herein) and CREDIT SUISSE AG, CAYMAN ISLANDS BRANCH, as administrative agent for the Lenders (in such capacity, the Administrative Agent).

Corporate Headquarters Corporate Policy Statement CPS-730 Revision: 5 Effective: Copyright 2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Current Policies and Procedures Are on the Lockheed Martin Intranet Compliance With the Anti- Corruption Laws Introduction and Responsibilities Description of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Description of the U.K. Bribery Act Other Anti-Corruption Laws Operational Directions Financial and Accounting Directions Hospitality Guidelines Training Corporate Internal Audit Form C-730-1, Internal Certification to the VP & ControllerCompliance With the Anti-Corruption Laws Form (March 27th, 2014)
On the Understandings Specified Below, the United States Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Fraud Section (The "Department") Will Not Criminally Prosecute Ralph Lauren Corporation (The "Company"), a Corporation Organized Under the Laws of Delaware and Headquartered in New York, or Any of Its Present or Former Parents, Subsidiaries, or Affiliates for Any Crimes (Except for Criminal Tax Violations, as to Which the Department Does Not Make Any Agreement) Related to Violations of the Anti-Bribery Provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA"), Title 15, United States Code, Section (April 22nd, 2013)

This Agreement does not provide any protection against prosecution for any crimes except as set forth above, and applies only to the Company and its present or former parents, subsidiaries, and affiliates as of the date of this agreement, and not to any other entities or to any individuals. The Company expressly understands that the protections provided under this Agreement shall not apply to any acquirer or successor entity unless and until such acquirer or successor formally adopts and executes this Agreement.

INTRODUCTION 1 COMPLIANCE IS EVERYONE'S BUSINESS 2 YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE CORPORATION AND ITS STOCKHOLDERS 3 3 General Standards of Conduct 3 Applicable Laws 3 Conflicts of Interest 3 Employment/Outside Employment 4 Outside Directorships 4 Business Interests 4 Related Parties 4 Other Situations 5 Corporate Opportunities 5 Protecting the Corporation's Confidential Information 5 Proprietary Information and Invention Agreement 5 Disclosure of Corporate Confidential Information 5 Requests by Regulatory Authorities 6 Corporate Spokespeople 6 Obligations Under Securities Laws-"Insider" Trading (June 25th, 2012)

This Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (the "Code") helps ensure compliance with legal requirements and our standards of business conduct. This Code applies to directors, officers and employees of MagneGas Corporation (the "Corporation"). Therefore, all directors, officers and employees of the Corporation are expected to read and understand this Code, uphold these standards in day-to-day activities, comply with all applicable policies and procedures, and ensure that all agents and contractors are aware of, understand and adhere to these standards.

Corporate Headquarters Corporate Policy Statement CPS-730 Revision: 4 Effective: June 16, 2011 Copyright 2011 Lockheed Martin Corporation Current Policies and Procedures Are on the Lockheed Martin Intranet Compliance With the Anti-Corruption Laws Introduction and Responsibilities Description of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Description of the U.K. Bribery Act Other Anti- Corruption Laws Operational Directions Financial and Accounting Directions Hospitality Guidelines Training Corporate Internal Audit Form C-730-1, Internal Certification to the VP & ControllerCompliance With the Anti-Corrupt (June 6th, 2011)
December 10, 2010 Carlos F. Ortiz, Esq. LeClair Ryan One Riverfront Plaza 1037 Raymond Boulevard Sixteenth Floor Newark, New Jersey 07102 Roy K. McDonald, Esq. DLA Piper US LLP 555 Mission Street, Suite 2400 San Francisco, California 94105-2933 Re: RAE Systems Inc. Dear Gentlemen: On the Understandings Specified Below, the United States Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Fraud Section, and the U.S. Attorneys Office for the Northern District of California (Collectively, the Department) Will Not Criminally Prosecute RAE Systems Inc., and Its Subsidiaries and Affiliates (Collectively, RAE (March 31st, 2011)

This Agreement does not provide any protection against prosecution for any crimes except as set forth above, and applies only to RAE Systems and not to any other entities except as set forth in this Agreement, including Appendix A, or to any individuals. RAE Systems expressly understands that the protections provided to RAE Systems under this Agreement shall not apply to any acquirer or successor entities unless and until such acquirer or successor formally adopts and executes this Agreement.

Section 3.13 Employee Benefit Plans 36 Section 3.14 Labor and Employment Matters 37 Section 3.15 Intellectual Property Rights and Technology 37 Section 3.16 Related Party Transactions 42 Section 3.17 Finders' Fees 43 Section 3.18 Opinion of Financial Advisor 43 Section 3.19 Assets Other Than Real Property Interests; Sufficiency 43 Section 3.20 Inventories Transferred 43 Section 3.21 Product Warranty 44 Section 3.22 Customers and Suppliers 44 Section 3.23 Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Compliance 44 Section 3.24 Import and Export Control Laws 44 Section 3.25 Insurance Policies 45 Section 3.26 Re (February 23rd, 2009)

This ASSET PURCHASE AGREEMENT (this "Agreement"), dated as of February 18, 2009, by and among Maxim Integrated Products, Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Purchaser 1"), Universal Electronics Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Purchaser 2 Parent"), UEI Cayman Inc., a company organized under the Laws of the Cayman Islands ("Cayman Islands Entity"), UEI Electronics Private Limited, a company organized under the Laws of the India ("India Entity" and together with the Cayman Islands Entity, "Purchaser 2" and together with Purchaser 1 and Cayman Islands Entity, "Purchasers" and each of Purchaser 1, the Cayman Islands Entity and the India Entity, a "Purchaser"), ZiLOG, Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Seller") and ZiLOG India Electronics Pvt Ltd a company organized under the laws of India (the "Indian Subsidiary").

Kbr Ceo Comments on Doj and Sec Settlement Agreements in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Investigation (February 11th, 2009)

HOUSTON KBR (NYSE) Chairman, President and CEO William P. Utt today commented on the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) settlements related to KBRs violations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) occurring between 1994 and 2004.

Corporate Headquarters Corporate Policy Statement CPS-730 Revision: 3 Effective: Copyright 2007 Lockheed Martin Corporation Current Policies and Procedures Are on the Lockheed Martin Intranet Compliance With the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (April 27th, 2007)

Introduction/Responsibilities | Description of the FCPA | Operational Directions | Financial and Accounting Directions | Hospitality Guidelines | Form C-730-1, Internal Certification to the VP & ControllerCompliance with the FCPA | General Applicability Statement

Contract (July 25th, 2005)

In connection with the previously disclosed merger of The Titan Corporation (Titan) into Saturn Acquisition Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of L-3 Communications Corporation (L-3), pursuant to which Titan will become a wholly owned subsidiary of L-3, Titan has been informed that the following description of risks associated with the business of Titan will be included in certain of L-3s financing documents related to such merger.

1 Definitions and Interpretation 1.1 Definitions 1.2 Interpretation 2 Purpose and Business of the Group 2.1 Definition of Business 2.2 Objectives of the Parties 2.3 Business Plan 2.4 House Brand 2.5 Constitutive Documents 2.6 Non- Competition 3 Closing 3.1 Initial Capitalisation 3.2 Time and Place of Closing 3.3 Obligations at Closing 4 Provision of Finance 4.1 Financing the Group 4.2 Further Funding 4.3 Default in Funding Obligation 4.4 Terms of Shareholders Loans 4.5 Dividend 5 the Board and Management 5.1 Nominated Directors 5.2 Chairman 5.3 Board Meetings 5.4 Quorum 5.5 Alternate Directors (March 1st, 2004)

(1) Imation Corp. (Imation) a company incorporated in the State of Delaware, USA having its principal office at Imation Place, Oakdale, Minnesota, USA; (2) Moser Baer India Ltd. (MBI) a company incorporated in India with registered number 15431 having its registered office at 63, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar III, New Delhi - 110024, India; (3) Global Data Media FZ-LLC (the Company) a free zone limited liability company incorporated in the Dubai Internet City under licence number 19599 and having its registered office at Office No. 119/120, Building 14, First Floor, Dubai Internet City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates; and (4) MBI International FZ-LLC (International) a free zone limited liability company incorporated in the Dubai Internet City under licence number 19612 and having its registered office at Office No. 119/120, Building 14, First Floor, Dubai Internet City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.