Definition of Potential Change of Control Period


Potential Change of Control Period means the period beginning ninety (90) days before the date of execution of a binding agreement with respect to a transaction that, if completed, would constitute or result in a Change of Control, and ending on the date immediately following the date of the Change of Control or the date on which such agreement is fully terminated or the transaction contemplated therein is otherwise completely abandoned.

Examples of Potential Change of Control Period in a sentence

Termination without Cause shall also include a Resignation for Good Reason (as defined in Section 3), only if such Resignation for Good Reason occurs during a Potential Change of Control Period or following a Change of Control (including a Change of Control that occurs during a Potential Change of Control Period).
The failure of the Company to renew this Agreement shall not be considered a termination of Executives employment under this Agreement; provided that, this Agreement may not be terminated during (a) a Potential Change of Control Period (as defined in section 3), or (b) following a Change of Control (as defined in section 3) (including a Change of Control that occurs during a Potential Change of Control Period).