Scheduled Black-out Period definition

Scheduled Black-out Period means the period from and including the last day of a fiscal quarter of the Company to and including the business day after the day on which the Company publicly releases its earnings for such fiscal quarter.
Scheduled Black-out Period meanss the periods from and including the day that is ten days prior to the last day of a fiscal quarter of the Company to and including the day that is two days after the day on which the Company publicly releases its earnings for such fiscal quarter. The Initial Demand Notice shall specify the number of shares of Registrable Securities proposed to be sold and the intended method(s) of distribution thereof. The Company will notify all holders of the Warrant Shares of the demand within ten days from the date of the receipt of any such Initial Demand Notice. Each holder of the Warrant Shares who wishes to include all or a portion of such holder’s Warrant Shares in the Demand Registration (each such holder including shares of Registrable Securities in such registration, a “Demanding Holder”) shall so notify the Company within 15 days after the receipt by the holder of the notice from the Company. Upon any such request, the Demanding Holders shall be entitled to have their Warrant Shares included in the Demand Registration. The term of the Demand Registration shall not be more than five-years from the Effective Date.
Scheduled Black-out Period means the period from and including the fifteenth day of the third month of a fiscal quarter of Buyer to and ending two Business Days after the day on which Buyer publicly releases its earnings for such fiscal quarter.

Examples of Scheduled Black-out Period in a sentence

  • Solely with respect to any Affiliate of the Company, during any Scheduled Black-Out Period; provided, that the total number of days that any such suspension, deferral or delay in Registration pursuant to clauses (3) and (4) in the aggregate may be in effect in any 365 day period shall not exceed 90 days.

  • Even outside of a Scheduled Black-Out Period, Window Group members in possession of material, nonpublic information about the Company must not transact in the Company’s securities (except as set forth in the Permitted Transactions section of the Policy).


More Definitions of Scheduled Black-out Period

Scheduled Black-out Period means, with respect to any fiscal quarter, the period from and including the last day of such fiscal quarter to and including the day that is one day after the day on which the Company publicly releases its earnings for such fiscal quarter.
Scheduled Black-out Period meanss the periods from and including the day that is ten (10) days prior to the last day of a fiscal quarter of the Company to and including the day that is two (2) days after the day on which the Company publicly releases its earnings for such fiscal quarter. The Initial Demand Notice shall specify the number of shares of Registrable Securities proposed to be sold and the intended method(s) of distribution thereof. The Company will notify all holders of the Warrant Shares of the demand within ten (10) days from the date of the receipt of any such Initial Demand Notice. Each holder of the Warrant Shares who wishes to include all or a portion of such holder’s Warrant Shares in the Demand Registration (each such holder including shares of Registrable Securities in such registration, a “Demanding Holder”) shall so notify the Company within fifteen (15) days after the receipt by the holder of the notice from the Company. Upon any such request, the Demanding Holders shall be entitled to have their Warrant Shares included in the Demand Registration. Subject to Section 4.1.2, the Company shall not be obligated to effect more than one Demand Registration under this Section 4.1.1 in respect of all Warrant Shares and notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, in accordance with FINRA Rule 5110(g)(8)(C) such demand registration right may not be exercised more than five years from the commencement of sales of the offering pursuant to which this Warrant is being issued.
Scheduled Black-out Period means any regularly scheduled blackout period of the Company or any other trading blackout declared by the Company pursuant to its xxxxxxx xxxxxxx policies and procedures.
Scheduled Black-out Period means, with respect to any fiscal quarter, the period from and including the day that is fourteen days prior to the end of such fiscal quarter to and including the later of (i) the day that is two days after the day on which the Company publicly releases its earnings for such fiscal quarter and (ii) the day on which the executive officers and directors of the Company are no longer prohibited by Company policies applicable with respect to such quarterly earnings period from buying or selling equity securities of the Company.
Scheduled Black-out Period means any ordinary course blackout period declared by the Company in connection with an annual or quarterly earnings release in accordance with Company policy.
Scheduled Black-out Period shall have the meaning set forth in Section 5(a)(i). ​
Scheduled Black-out Period meanss the periods from and including the day that is ten days prior to the last day of a fiscal quarter of the Company to and including the day that is two days after the day on which the Company publicly releases its earnings for such fiscal quarter. The Initial Demand Notice shall specify the number of shares of Registrable Securities proposed to be sold and the intended method(s) of distribution thereof. The Company will notify all holders of the Warrant Shares of the demand within ten days from the date of the receipt of any such Initial Demand Notice. Each holder of the Warrant Shares who wishes to include all or a portion of such holder’s Warrant Shares in the Demand Registration (each such holder including shares of Registrable Securities in such registration, a “Demanding Holder”) shall so notify the Company within 15 days after the receipt by the holder of the notice from the Company. Upon any such request, the Demanding Holders shall be entitled to have their Warrant Shares included in the Demand Registration. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Section 5(a), the Company shall not be required to register such Registrable Securities pursuant to this Section 5(a) that are eligible for resale pursuant to Rule 144 promulgated under the Securities Act.