Restricted Territory

Example Definitions of "Restricted Territory"
Restricted Territory. Means anywhere in the world.
Restricted Territory. Means the geographic area of the State of Colorado extending from the continental divide to the eastern State boundary.
Restricted Territory. Means the United States of America.
Restricted Territory. The counties, cities and states of the United States of America and each political subdivision and/or nation throughout the world
Restricted Territory. The United States of America and any other country in the world where any member of the Company Group markets its products or services or has an office or facility.
Restricted Territory. The area within seventy-five (75) miles of any location where an inpatient rehabilitation facility, which is owned or operated by the Company, is located as of the Last Date of Employment.
Restricted Territory. The geographic area described in Exhibit A attached hereto. The Executive acknowledges and agrees that this is the area in which the Company and its Affiliates do business at the time of the execution of this Agreement, and in which the Executive will have responsibility, at a minimum, on behalf of the Company and its Affiliates.
Restricted Territory. Anywhere in the United States.
Restricted Territory. Means: (i) the geographic territory assigned to Employee by the Company during the last 12 months of Employee's employment; (ii) those states and provinces within the United States and Canada in which Employee assisted the Company to engage in the Business at any time during the last 12 months of Employee's employment; (iii) those states and provinces within the United States and Canada in which the Company engaged in the Business and had Company Customers at any time during the last 12 months... of Employee's employment. View More
Restricted Territory. For all purposes under this Agreement, 'Restricted Territory' shall mean any state, county, or locality in the United States or around the world in which the Company conducts business.
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