Company Restricted Shares definition

Company Restricted Shares means any Company Shares subject to vesting or other lapse restrictions (whether granted by the Company pursuant to the Company Plans, assumed by the Company in connection with any merger, acquisition or similar transaction or otherwise issued or granted).
Company Restricted Shares means, as of a particular date, Ordinary Shares granted to Company Employees under the Company Stock Plans that are then outstanding but at such time are subject to forfeiture conditions or other lapse restrictions pursuant to the Company Stock Plans and any applicable restricted stock award agreements.

Examples of Company Restricted Shares in a sentence

  • Each Assumed Restricted Stock Award shall otherwise be subject to the same terms and conditions (including as to vesting and issuance) as were applicable to the Company Restricted Shares immediately prior to the Effective Time.

  • In the event the Company chooses a registration form which limits the size offering either in terms of the number of shares or dollar amount, the Company shall not be required to include in the offering (in addition to the number of shares to be sold by the Company) Restricted Shares which would exceed such limits.

  • This amount includes the cash to be paid to the Unaffiliated Holders and holders of Company Options, Company Restricted Shares and Company RSUs, as well as the related costs and expenses, in connection with the Merger and the other Transactions.

  • Each Assumed Restricted Stock Award shall (i) otherwise be subject to the same terms and conditions (including as to vesting and issuance) as were applicable to the Company Restricted Shares immediately prior to the Effective Time, (ii) have distribution equivalent rights, and (iii) fully accelerate upon a termination without “cause,” for “good reason” or a result of the holder’s death or disability (as such terms are defined in Section 5.6(a) of the Company Disclosure Schedule).

  • Effects on the Company if the Merger Is Not Completed If the Merger Agreement is not authorized, approved and adopted by the shareholders or if the Merger is not completed for any other reason, the shareholders will not receive any payment for their Shares and/or ADSs in connection with the Merger nor will the holders of any options, Company Restricted Shares or Company RSUs receive payment pursuant to the Merger Agreement.


More Definitions of Company Restricted Shares

Company Restricted Shares is defined in Section 6.2(c) of the Agreement.
Company Restricted Shares means all shares of Company Common Stock subject to vesting restrictions and/or forfeiture back to the Company, whether granted under a Company Stock Plan or otherwise.
Company Restricted Shares means an issued and outstanding share of Company Common Stock granted by the Company pursuant to any of the Company Stock Plans.
Company Restricted Shares. Section 2.4(c)
Company Restricted Shares means Common Shares granted under the Company Share Plan that is subject to certain restrictions that lapse at the end of a specified period or periods.
Company Restricted Shares means each outstanding restricted share issued by the Company pursuant to any Share Incentive Plan that are subject to voting, transfer and other restrictions which may lapse upon the vesting of such award.
Company Restricted Shares means Company Ordinary Shares that are unvested or subject to a Contract pursuant to which Company has the right or obligation to repurchase, redeem or otherwise reacquire such Company Ordinary Shares, including by forfeiture, and “Company Restricted Share Unit” shall mean all restricted share units and rights to receive Company Ordinary Shares or an amount in cash measured by the value of a number of Company Ordinary Shares.