Enforcement Action definition

Enforcement Action means any action to enforce any Obligations or Loan Documents or to exercise any rights or remedies relating to any Collateral (whether by judicial action, self-help, notification of Account Debtors, exercise of setoff or recoupment, exercise of any right to vote or act in a Loan Party’s Insolvency Proceeding, or otherwise), in each case solely to the extent permitted by the Loan Documents.
Enforcement Action means any action of any kind to:
Enforcement Action means any action to collect any Obligations or enforce any Loan Document or to realize upon any Collateral (whether by judicial action, self-help, notification of Account Debtors, exercise of setoff or recoupment, or otherwise).

Examples of Enforcement Action in a sentence

  • DexCom agrees not to settle any Enforcement Action, or intentionally make any admissions or assert any position in such Enforcement Action, in a manner that would materially adversely affect the validity, enforceability or scope of any Verily Licensed Patent in or outside the Territory, without the prior written consent of Verily, which shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed.

  • The non-Enforcing Party hereby gives the Enforcing Party the right to name the non- Enforcing Party in any Enforcement Action if required for standing.

  • The Party commencing, controlling or defending any action under Section 9.5.2 (such Party, the “Enforcing Party”) shall keep the other Party reasonably informed of the progress of any such Enforcement Action, and such other Party shall have the right to participate with counsel of its own choice at its own expense.

  • Any recovery received as a result of any Enforcement Action to enforce a Patent pursuant to Section 9.5.2 shall be used first to reimburse the Parties for the costs and expenses (including attorneys’ and professional fees) incurred in connection with such Enforcement Action (and not previously reimbursed), and the remainder of the recovery shall be shared (a) for any Enforcement Action in the [***] and (b) for any Enforcement Action [***].

  • In such case, Xxxxxx agrees not to settle any Enforcement Action, or intentionally make any admissions or assert any position in such Enforcement Action, in a manner that would materially adversely affect DexCom’s rights or interests in [***] in the Territory, without the prior written consent of DexCom, which shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed.


More Definitions of Enforcement Action

Enforcement Action means any action to:
Enforcement Action means a civil action or proceeding, other than a cross-complaint, for any of the following purposes:
Enforcement Action means an action taken by OCCL to promote compliance such as warning of probation, probation, suspension, revocation, or denial.
Enforcement Action has the meaning set forth in Section 8.3.
Enforcement Action means denial, suspension, revocation,
Enforcement Action means, with respect to the First Priority Obligations or the Second Priority Obligations, the exercise of any rights and remedies with respect to any Common Collateral securing such obligations or the commencement or prosecution of enforcement of any of the rights and remedies with respect to the Common Collateral under, as applicable, the First Priority Documents or the Second Priority Documents, or applicable law, including without limitation the exercise of any rights of set-off or recoupment, and the exercise of any rights or remedies of a secured creditor under the Uniform Commercial Code of any applicable jurisdiction or under the Bankruptcy Code.
Enforcement Action shall have the meaning given to that term in the Intercreditor Agreement.