employees (although reference to such policies does not modify the relationship of Consultant and the Company from independent contractor to employee or otherwise). Any material expenses shall be subject to the Company’s prior written consent prior to incurrence and reimbursement thereof.
Upon termination of the Consulting Term for Consultant’s breach pursuant to Section I(y), Consultant’s obligations hereunder shall continue without additional compensation.
A. Independent Contractor
Consultant shall operate at all times under this Consulting Agreement as an independent contractor of the Company.
This Consulting Agreement does not authorize Consultant to act as an agent of the Company or any of its affiliates or to make commitments on behalf of the Company or any of its affiliates, except as specifically authorized in writing in advance by any one of the following: the CEO, CFO, COO, CLO or the President of the Company. Consultant and the Company intend that an independent contractor relationship be created by this Consulting Agreement, and nothing herein shall be construed as creating an employer/employee relationship, partnership, joint venture, or other business group or concerted action. Except as specifically authorized in writing in advance by any one of the following: the CEO, CFO, COO, CLO or the President of the Company, Consultant shall not hold himself out as an agent of the Company or any of its affiliates for any purpose, including reporting to any governmental authority or agency, and shall have no authority to bind the Company or any of its affiliates to any obligation whatsoever. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Consultant and the Company may, to the extent deemed necessary or desired by any one of the following: the CEO,