Geographic Territory definition

Geographic Territory shall include any territory formally assigned to Employee as well as all territories in which Employee has provided any services, sold any products or otherwise had responsibility at any time during the eighteen (18) month period preceding Employee’s date of separation;
Geographic Territory means the United States of America, including all of its territories and possessions, unless otherwise specified.
Geographic Territory means the United States of America (including all of the territories within its jurisdiction or control) unless otherwise specified.

Examples of Geographic Territory in a sentence

The Geographic Territory does not include any state or country in which the Company does not maintain operations or commence sales or marketing until after the start of the Restricted Period.

For the Contract Manufacture Product(s) to be marketed or sold in the Geographic Territory, the supplying Respondent shall agree to indemnify, defend and hold the Acquirer harmless from any and all suits, claims, actions, demands, liabilities, expenses or losses alleged to result from the failure of the Contract Manufacture Product(s) supplied to the Acquirer pursuant to a Remedial Agreement by that Respondent to meet cGMP.

Conger, PCAS 1987, and “Determination of Statistically Optimal Geographic Territory Boundaries,” by Klayton N.

Accordingly, as used herein, the term "Geographic Territory" shall mean each area within an eight (8) mile radius of each of the office locations of Seller.

Geographic Territory Served Size of the area served is a factor when classifying cooperatives.


More Definitions of Geographic Territory

Geographic Territory shall include any territory in which the Company has provided any services or sold any products at any time during the twenty-four (24) month period preceding Executive’s date of separation;
Geographic Territory means (a) any state within the contiguous United States of America where the Company conducts any business, excluding any business that consists solely of purchases or sales via the Company’s catalog or the Internet, (b) any province or territory within Canada where the Company conducts any business, excluding any business that consists solely of purchases or sales via the Company’s catalog or the Internet, and (c) any standard metropolitan statistical area (as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau) where the Company has a business office, retail location or distribution center or has taken substantial steps toward the development of a new business office, retail location or distribution center at the time of the Employee’s termination. Clauses (a), (b) and (c) are separate and independent territories, and, notwithstanding Section 11(h), the use of the term “or” in this definition shall be interpreted in the disjunctive.
Geographic Territory means the geographical area within a perimeter formed by the outermost boundaries served by a distributor.
Geographic Territory means worldwide.
Geographic Territory means each area within an eight (8) mile radius of each of the office locations of Seller. The parties agree that the restraints set forth above in this Section 7.7 are reasonable in respect to subject matter, length of time and geographic area. Each of Seller and the Shareholders agrees that the restrictions on their activities contained in this Section are reasonable and necessary to protect the goodwill and relationships, economic advantage and other legitimate interests of PSC and Parent, and that, were it, he or she to breach any of the covenants contained in this Section 7.7, PSC would be harmed and the damage to PSC would be irreparable. Accordingly, Seller and the Shareholders acknowledge and agree that, as PSC's legal remedies may be inadequate in the event of a breach of the covenants in this Section 7.7, in addition to damages and other remedies available to PSC, such covenants may be enforced by injunction or other equitable remedies.
Geographic Territory means the United States.
Geographic Territory means the geographical area within