Definition of Post-Termination Exercise Period


Post-Termination Exercise Period means the period specified in the Award Agreement of not less than thirty (30) days commencing on the date of termination (other than termination by the Company or any Related Entity for Cause) of the Grantees Continuous Service, or such longer period as may be applicable upon death or Disability.

Examples of Post-Termination Exercise Period in a sentence

The Post-Termination Exercise Period shall commence on the Termination Date.
If the Optionee does not exercise any portion of the Exercisable Portion of the Option within the Post-Termination Exercise Period, such portion shall terminate and shall be of no further force and effect following the close of business on the last day of the Post-Termination Exercise Period.
Except as provided in Sections 6 and 7 below, to the extent that the Option was unvested on the Termination Date, or if the Grantee does not exercise the vested portion of the Option within the Post-Termination Exercise Period, the Option shall terminate.
In the event the Grantees Continuous Service terminates, the Grantee may, but only during the Post-Termination Exercise Period, exercise the portion of the Option that was vested at the date of such termination (the Termination Date).
Post-Termination Exercise Period shall mean the period commencing on the date of the Optionees Termination and ending at the close of business on the 180th day after the date of the Optionees Termination.