Breach by Executive Sample Clauses

Breach by Executive. In the event of a breach by Executive of any of the provisions of this Agreement, including without limitation the non-competition provisions (Section 4) and the non-disparagement provision (Section 6) of this Agreement, the obligation of Sears or any Sears Affiliate to pay Salary Continuation or to provide other Severance Benefits under this Agreement will immediately cease and any Salary Continuation payments already received and the value of any other Severance Benefits already received will be returned by Executive to Sears. Further, Executive agrees that Sears shall be entitled to recovery of its attorneysfees and other associated costs incurred as a result of any attempt to redress a breach by Executive or to enforce its rights and protect its interests under the Agreement.
Breach by Executive. Executive is obligated under this Agreement to render services of a special, unique, unusual, extraordinary, and intellectual character, which give this Agreement particular value. The loss of these services cannot be reasonably or adequately compensated in damages in an action at law. Accordingly, in addition to other remedies provided by law or this Agreement, Employer shall have the right during the Term and any period of non-competition governed by this Agreement, to seek injunctive relief against breach or threatened breach of this Agreement by Executive or the performance of services, or threatened performance of services, by Executive in violation of this Agreement, or both. This Section is not meant to limit the damages the Employer may pursue and is not meant to be an exhaustive list of the relief available to the Employer.
Breach by Executive. Both parties recognize that the services to be rendered under this Agreement by Executive are special, unique and extraordinary in character, and that in the event of the breach by Executive of the terms and conditions of this Agreement to be performed by him or in the event Executive performs services for any person, firm or corporation engaged in a competing line of business with Company, the Company shall be entitled, if it so elects, to institute and prosecute proceedings in any court of competent jurisdiction, whether in law or in equity, to, by way of illustration and not limitation, obtain damages for any breach of this Agreement, or to enforce the specific performance thereof by Executive, or to enjoin Executive from competing with the Company or, performing services for himself or any such other person, firm or corporation. The Company may obtain an injunction restraining any such breach by Executive and no bond or other security shall be required in connection therewith. The Company and Executive each consent to the jurisdiction of United States Federal District Court for the Northern District of Alabama.
Breach by Executive. It is expressly understood, acknowledged and agreed by Executive that: (i) the restrictions contained in Sections 6, 7, 8, and 9 of this Agreement represent a reasonable and necessary protection of the legitimate interests of the Bank and that his failure to observe and comply with his covenants and agreements in those Sections will cause irreparable harm to the Bank; (ii) it is and will continue to be difficult to ascertain the nature, scope and extent of the harm; and (iii) a remedy at law for such failure by Executive will be inadequate. Accordingly, it is the intention of the parties that, in addition to any other rights and remedies which the Bank may have in the event of any breach of said Sections, the Bank shall be entitled, and is expressly and irrevocably authorized by Executive, to demand and obtain specific performance, including without limitation, temporary and permanent injunctive relief, and all other appropriate equitable relief against Executive in order to enforce against Executive, or in order to prevent any breach or any threatened breach by Executive, of the covenants and agreements contained in those Sections.
Breach by Executive. Executive agrees that in the event of any breach or threatened breach of the provisions of Sections 7 and 8 hereof by Executive, First Charter's remedies at law would be inadequate, and First Charter shall be entitled to an injunction (without any bond or other security being required), restraining such breach, and costs and attorneys' fees relating to any such proceeding or any other legal action to enforce the provisions of this Agreement, but nothing herein shall be construed to preclude First Charter from pursuing any other remedies at law or in equity available to it for any such breach or threatened breach. Moreover, Executive also agrees that if Executive breaches any of Sections 7 or 8 above, Executive shall be required to refund to First Charter and First Charter shall be entitled to recover of Executive 90% of the amount already paid under Sections 5.b., 5.d., 5.e. or 6.a. above to Executive by First Charter at the time of the breach, and Executive shall forfeit at the time of the breach the right to any additional payments or benefits under this Agreement, except that if the breach occurs before the payments set forth in Section Sections 5.b., 5.d., 5.e. or 6.a. above are made, Executive shall be entitled to receive the first monthly payment and nothing more. In such case, Executive and First Charter agree that the confidential information and non-compete obligations contained in this Agreement shall remain valid and enforceable based upon the consideration actually paid.
Breach by Executive. In the event of a breach by Executive of any of the provisions of this Agreement, including without limitation the duty to cooperate, confidentiality, non-solicitation, non-competition or non-disparagement provisions of this Agreement, Company's obligation to make any payment under this Agreement will immediately cease. Executive acknowledges that irreparable harm would result from any breach by Executive of the provisions of this Agreement, and that monetary damages alone would not provide adequate relief for any such breach. Accordingly, if Executive breaches or threatens to breach this Agreement, Executive consents to injunctive relief in favor of Company without the necessity of Company posting a bond.
Breach by Executive. The Company’s obligations to the Executive under this Agreement are contingent on Executive’s performance of his obligations under this Agreement. Any material breach by Executive of this Agreement will result in the immediate cancellation of all Executive’s stock options and restricted stock, the immediate termination of Executive’s employment, as well as entitle the Company to all its other remedies allowed in law or equity, including but not limited to the return of any payments that it made to Executive under this Agreement and the return to the Company of any proceeds Executive received from stock options exercised after December 1, 2002 or from shares of restricted stock where the restrictions lapsed after December 1, 2002.
Breach by Executive. (a) In the event that Executive willfully and materially breaches this Agreement, Company may terminate this Agreement, at the option of Company, (i) effective thirty (30) days after Company gives written notice of such termination to Executive, or (ii) effective upon payment of thirty (30) days' pay in lieu of notice; provided, however, that Company shall pay to Executive all cash and non-cash compensation then accrued under this Agreement to the date of such termination.
Breach by Executive. In the event of a breach by Executive of any of the provisions of this Agreement, including without limitation the Protective Covenants (Section 4) and the non-disparagement provision (Section 6) of this Agreement, the obligation of Pier 1 Imports to pay Salary Continuation or to provide other Severance Benefits under this Agreement will immediately cease and any Salary Continuation payments already received and the value of any other Severance Benefits already received will be returned by Executive to Pier 1 Imports.
Breach by Executive. In the event that Executive materially breaches this Agreement, Company may terminate this Agreement, at the option of Company, (i) effective thirty (30) days after Company gives written notice of such termination to Executive, or (ii) effective upon payment of thirty (30) days' pay in lieu of notice; provided, however, that the Company shall pay to Executive, on the date of such termination, all cash and non-cash compensation then accrued under this Agreement to the date of such termination. A termination under this Section 10(a) shall be deemed a termination for Cause (as hereinafter defined). A material breach of this Agreement by Executive, shall be deemed to have occurred upon the happening of any of the following events (for "Cause"), to-wit: Executive's conviction of any felony offense during the term of this Agreement; or Executive's breach of any of Executive's material obligations hereunder, including, without limitation, Executive's obligations under Sections 11 and 12 hereof; or Executive's refusal to abide by or comply with the reasonable and lawful directives of the Board of the Directors of the Company that are consistent with the duties of similarly-situated senior executives or are otherwise required under this Agreement; or Executive's dishonesty, fraud, or willful misconduct with respect to the business or affairs of the Company; or intentional damage to any material property of the Company. In each such event listed in (ii) through (v) above, the Company shall give the Executive notice thereof which shall specify in reasonable detail the circumstances constituting Cause, and there shall be no Cause with respect to any such circumstances if cured by the Executive within thirty (30) days after such notice. In the event Company elects to terminate Executive pursuant to this Section 10, Company shall give written notice to Executive specifically stating each fact and reason, which is the basis for such termination. Following such termination, Company shall have no further obligation to Executive under this Agreement except for accrued and unpaid cash and non-cash compensation payments then due and owing to Executive.