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Lock-Up Period
Lock-Up Period contract clause examples

Lock-Up Period” means the period from and after the Closing Date until the earliest to occur of [***]

Lock-Up Period” has the meaning in Section 13.24.

Lock-Up Period. As a condition to the grant of an Option, if requested by the Company prior to the Effective Time, Grantee shall irrevocably agree not to sell, contract to sell, grant any option to purchase, transfer the economic risk ownership in, make any short sale of, pledge or otherwise transfer or dispose of, any interest in any Units or any securities convertible into, derivative of, or exchangeable or exercisable for, or any other rights to purchase or acquire Company securities (except securities included in such public offering or acquired on the public market after such offering) during such period of time following the effective date of a registration statement of the Company filed under the Securities Act that such lead underwriter shall specify. The Grantee shall further agree

Lock-Up Period” has the meaning in Section 12.24.

Lock-Up Period. The Company may, at the request of any underwriter representative or otherwise, in connection with registering the offering of any Company securities under the Securities Act, prohibit Participants from, directly or indirectly, selling or otherwise transferring any Shares or other Company securities during a

Lock-Up Period. The Optionee hereby agrees that, if so requested by the Company or any representative of the underwriters (the “Managing Underwriter”) in connection with any registration of the offering of any securities of the Company under the Securities Act or any applicable state laws, the Optionee shall not sell or otherwise transfer any Shares or other securities of the Company during the 180-day period (or such longer period as may be requested in writing by the Managing Underwriter and agreed to in writing by the Company) following the effective date of a registration statement of the Company filed under the Securities Act in connection with the Company’s initial public offering of Common Stock (the “Market Standoff Period”). The Company may impose stop-transfer instructions with respect to securities subject to the foregoing restrictions until the end of such Market Standoff Period and these restrictions shall be binding on any transferee of such shares of Common Stock. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the 180-day period may be extended for up to such number of additional days as is deemed necessary by the Company or the Managing Underwriter to continue coverage by research analysts in accordance with NASD Rule 2711 or any successor rule.

Lock-Up Period” has the meaning given in Section 2.3.12.3.1.

Lock-Up Period” has the meaning in Section 12.24.

Lock-Up Period” has the meaning set forth in Section 4(a).

Lock-Up Period. The Company may, at the request of any underwriter representative or otherwise, in connection with registering the offering of any Company securities under the Securities Act, prohibit Participants from, directly or indirectly, selling or otherwise transferring any Shares or other Company securities, whether subject to outstanding Awards or otherwise, during a period of up to one hundred eighty days following the effective date of a Company registration statement filed under the Securities Act, or such longer period as determined by the underwriter (the “Lock-Up Period”). The Company may impose stop-transfer instructions with respect to Shares subject to the foregoing prohibitions until the end of the Lock-Up Period and these restrictions will be binding on the applicable Participant. Further, each Participant shall, if so requested by any underwriter representative, execute a customary lock-up agreement which shall provide such terms as such underwriter representative may in its discretion request, including, without limitation the prohibition on sale and transfer during the Lock-Up Period described in this Section 10.8.

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