Interfering Activities definition

Interfering Activities means (i) encouraging, soliciting, or inducing, or in any manner attempting to encourage, solicit, or induce, any individual employed by, or individual or entity providing consulting services to, the Company or any other member of the Company Group to terminate such employment or consulting services; provided, that the foregoing shall not be violated by general advertising not targeted at employees or consultants of the Company or any other member of the Company Group; (ii) hiring any individual who was employed by the Company or any other member of the Company Group within the six (6) month period prior to the date of such hiring; or (iii) encouraging, soliciting or inducing, or in any manner attempting to encourage, solicit or induce any customer, supplier, licensee or other business relation of the Company or any other member of the Company Group to cease doing business with or materially reduce the amount of business conducted with the Company or any other member of the Company Group, or in any way interfere with the relationship between any such customer, supplier, licensee or business relation and the Company or any other member of the Company Group.
Interfering Activities means (A) encouraging, soliciting, or inducing, or in any manner attempting to encourage, solicit, or induce, any Person employed by, or providing consulting services to, any member of the Company Group to terminate such Person’s employment or services (or in the case of a consultant, materially reducing such services) with the Company Group; (B) hiring any individual who was employed by the Company Group within the six (6) month period prior to the date of such hiring and with whom I had contact with during the Employment Period within the six (6) month period prior to the date of such hiring; or (C) encouraging, soliciting, or inducing, or in any manner attempting to encourage, solicit, or induce, any Business Relation to cease doing business with or reduce the amount of business conducted with the Company Group, or in any way interfering with the relationship between any such Business Relation and the Company Group.
Interfering Activities means, directly or indirectly, (A) Soliciting, encouraging, enticing, causing, or inducing, or in any manner attempting to Solicit, encourage, entice, cause, or induce, any Person employed by, or providing consulting services or independent contractor services to, the Company to terminate such Person’s employment or services (or in the case of a consultant or independent contractor, materially reducing such services) with the Company, or to work for a third party other than the Company, without the prior written consent of the Company; (B) hiring or engaging any Person who was employed by, or providing consulting or independent contractor services to, the Company within the six (6)-month period prior to the date of such hiring or engagement; or (C) Soliciting, encouraging, calling upon, directing, diverting, influencing, or inducing, or in any manner attempting to Solicit, encourage, call upon, direct, divert, influence, or induce, any Business Relation to cease doing business with or reduce the amount of business conducted with the Company, or in any way interfering with the relationship between any such Business Relation and the Company, including by convincing any such Business Relation to change or alter the terms of its existing or prospective contractual terms and conditions with the Company; or (D) on behalf of or in association with any Person, accepting business from a Business Relation.

Examples of Interfering Activities in a sentence

  • During the Employment Period and the Post-Termination Restricted Period, I shall not, directly or indirectly for my own account or for the account of any other individual or entity, engage in Interfering Activities.


More Definitions of Interfering Activities

Interfering Activities means (i) encouraging, soliciting, or inducing, or in any manner attempting to encourage, solicit, or induce, any individual employed by the Company or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries to terminate such individual’s employment with the Company or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries, or (ii) encouraging, soliciting or inducing, or in any manner attempting to encourage, solicit or induce any client, account, customer, licensee or other business relation of the Company or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries to cease doing business with or reduce the amount of business conducted with the Company or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries, or in any way interfere with the relationship between any such client, account, customer, licensee or business relation and the Company or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries.
Interfering Activities means (i) encouraging, soliciting, or inducing, or in any manner attempting to encourage, solicit, or induce, any Person employed by, as an employee or agent of, or a service provider to, any CCG Entity to terminate (or, in the case of an employee, agent or service provider, terminate or reduce) such Person’s employment, agency or service, as the case may be, with any CCG Entity; (ii) knowingly hiring any Person who was employed by, an employee or agent of, or a service provider to, any CCG Entity, within the six (6) month period prior to the date of such hiring; or (iii) encouraging, soliciting or inducing, or in any manner attempting to encourage, solicit or induce any customer, supplier, licensee or other business relation (or any direct or indirect subsidiary of any such customer, supplier, licensee or other business relation) of a CCG Entity known by LSB or the Seller, or knowable after a reasonable inquiry from such Person, to be a customer, supplier, licensee or other business relation (or any direct or indirect subsidiary of any such customer, supplier, licensee or other business relation) of a CCG Entity to cease doing business with or reduce the amount of business conducted with (including by providing similar services or products to any such Person) any CCG Entity with respect to the business conducted on the Closing Date by the CCG Entities. For purposes of the foregoing, general solicitations of employment published in a journal, newspaper, internet or other publication of general circulation or listed on any job site and not specifically directed to any employees of a CCG Entity shall not be deemed to constitute solicitation of such employees so long as no such employees who are known by LSB or the Seller, after reviewing such employee’s resume and after inquiry to the employee, to be an employee of a CCG Entity are in fact hired during the Restrictive Covenant Period.
Interfering Activities has the meaning given to that term in Section 9(b).
Interfering Activities means encouraging, soliciting or inducing any Person, including any health plan, employer, joint marketing partner, account holder or other business relation, to cease doing business with, or reduce the amount of business conducted with Buyer, or in any way interfere with the relationship between any such Person and Buyer.
Interfering Activities means (A) encouraging, soliciting, or inducing, or in any manner attempting to encourage, solicit, or induce, any Person employed by, or providing consulting services to, any member of the Company Group to terminate such Person’s employment or services (or in the case of a consultant, materially reducing such services) with the Company Group; (B) hiring any individual who was employed by the Company Group within the six
Interfering Activities means to, directly or indirectly, on behalf of yourself or any other person or entity, in any way (i) solicit, induce, or encourage the resignation of any member, partner, employee, agent, or consultant of BrainsWay (ii) solicit, induce or encourage any member, partner, employee, agent or consultant of BrainsWay to join or perform services for anyone else, in any capacity, (iii) interfere in any way with the relationship between BrainsWay and any of its respective members, partners, employees, agents, or consultants, (iv) hire or attempt to hire or reach any agreement (oral or written) with respect to the prospective hiring of any member, partner, employee, agent, or consultant of BrainsWay or any person or entity that was a member, partner, employee, agent, or consultant within the six (6) month period immediately preceding the hire or attempt to hire, (v) interfere, or attempt to interfere, with the relationship between BrainsWay and any of its actual or prospective clients or customers, or (vi) solicit, or attempt to solicit, the business of, any actual or prospective client or customer of BrainsWay. You further acknowledge that this Section C.1(b)(vi) shall apply to clients or customers you originated or serviced during your employment with the Company, or about whom you are aware of Confidential Information, but only where BrainsWay continues to provide services in the geographical area where such client or customer does business. This restriction is meant to protect the BrainsWay from losing such clients or customers to you, who by virtue of your employment with the Company, maintained a relationship with the clients and customers, gained knowledge about them, and/or become familiar with the requirements of such clients and customers.