Burden of Proof Sample Clauses

Burden of Proof. In all cases of discipline, the burden of proof of just cause shall rest with the Employer.
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Burden of Proof. In connection with any determination by the Reviewing Party or otherwise as to whether Indemnitee is entitled to be indemnified hereunder the burden of proof shall be on the Company to establish that Indemnitee is not so entitled.
Burden of Proof. In any judicial proceeding brought under Section 10(a) above, the Company shall have the burden of proving that Indemnitee is not entitled to payment of Indemnifiable Amounts hereunder.
Burden of Proof. In making a determination with respect to entitlement to indemnification hereunder, the person, persons, entity or entities making such determination shall presume that the Indemnitee is entitled to indemnification under this Agreement and the Company shall have the burden of proof to overcome that presumption.
Burden of Proof. In cases of discharge and discipline, the burden of proof of just cause shall rest with the Employer. Evidence shall be limited to the grounds stated in the discharge or discipline notice to the employee.
Burden of Proof. In any judicial proceeding brought under Section 12 (a) above, the Company shall have the burden of proving that the Independent Director is not entitled to payment of Indemnifiable Amounts hereunder.
Burden of Proof. For any Dispute submitted to arbitration, the burden of proof will be as it would be if the claim were litigated in a judicial proceeding.
Burden of Proof. The burden of proving acceptability of a proposed product rests on the party making the submission. Therefore, the application for approval must be accompanied by technical data that the party requesting approval desires to submit in support of its application. The Design Professional will consider reports from reputable independent testing laboratories, verified experience records showing the reputation of the proposed product with previous users, evidence of reputation of the manufacturer for prompt delivery, evidence of reputation of the manufacturer for efficiency in servicing its products, or any other written information that is helpful in the circumstances. The degree of proof required for approval of a proposed product as acceptable for use in place of a named product or named products is that amount of proof necessary to convince a reasonable person beyond all doubt. To be approved, a proposed product must also meet or exceed all express requirements of the Contract Documents.
Burden of Proof. In all grievances except disciplinary grievances, the burden of proof shall be on the employee. In disciplinary grievances, the burden of proof shall be on the University.
Burden of Proof. In connection with any determination by the Board of Directors, any court or otherwise as to whether the Indemnitee is entitled to be indemnified hereunder, the Board of Directors or court shall presume that the Indemnitee has satisfied the applicable standard of conduct and is entitled to indemnification, and the burden of proof shall be on the Company or its representative to establish, by clear and convincing evidence, that the Indemnitee is not so entitled.