Business Reasons Sample Clauses

Business Reasons. “Business Reasons” means (i) gross negligence, willful misconduct or other willful malfeasance by Executive in the performance of his duties, (ii) Executive’s conviction of a felony, or an other criminal offense involving moral turpitude, (iii) Executive’s material breach of this Agreement, including without limitation any repeated breach of Section 8 hereof or of any provision of any confidentiality, non-disclosure or non-competition agreements between the Company and Executive, provided that, in the case of any such breach, the Board provides written notice of breach to the Executive, specifically identifying the manner in which the Board believes that Executive has materially breached this Agreement, and Executive shall have the opportunity to cure such breach to the reasonable satisfaction of the Board within thirty (30) days following the delivery of such notice. For purpose of this paragraph, no act or failure to act by Executive shall be considered “willful” unless done or omitted to be done by Executive in bad faith or without reasonable belief that Executive’s action or omission was in the best interests of the Company or its affiliates. Any act, or failure to act, based upon authority given pursuant to a resolution duly adopted by the Board or based upon the advice of counsel for the Company shall be conclusively presumed to be done, or omitted to be done, by Executive in good faith and in the best interests of the Company. The Board must notify Executive of any event constituting Business Reasons within ninety (90) days following the Board’s actual knowledge of its existence (which period shall be extended during the period of any reasonable investigation conducted in good faith by or on behalf of the Board) or such event shall not constitute Business Reasons under this Agreement.
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Business Reasons. Business Reasons" shall mean (i) any act of personal dishonesty taken by Executive in connection with his responsibilities as an employee and intended to result in substantial personal enrichment of Executive, (ii) commission of a felony or other offense which involves moral turpitude or is otherwise injurious to the Company, (iii) a willful act by Executive which constitutes gross misconduct and which is injurious to the Company, (iv) material breach of this Agreement by Executive, including (A) any material breach of the provisions of Section 10, 11, or 12 or 13 hereof, or (B) continued violation by Executive of Executive's obligations under Section 1 of this Agreement that are demonstrably willful and deliberate on Executive's part after there has been delivered to Executive a written demand for performance from the Company which describes the basis for the Company's belief that Executive has not substantially performed his duties.
Business Reasons. Business Reasons" means (i) gross negligence, willful misconduct or other willful malfeasance by Executive in the performance of his duties, (ii) Executive's commission of a felony or other offense involving moral turpitude, (iii) Executive's material breach of this Agreement, including without limitation any repeated breach of Sections 9 through 12 hereof.
Business Reasons. Business Reasons" shall mean (i) any act of personal dishonesty taken by Executive in connection with his responsibilities as an employee and intended to result in substantial personal enrichment of Executive, (ii) commission of a felony or other offense which involves moral turpitude or is otherwise injurious to the Company, (iii) a willful act by Executive which constitutes gross misconduct and which is injurious to the Company, (iv) material breach of this Agreement by Executive, including (A) any material breach of the provisions of Section 10, 11, or 12 or 13 hereof, or (B) continued violation by Executive of Executive's obligations under Section 1 of this Agreement that are demonstrably willful and deliberate on Executive's part after there has been delivered to Executive a written demand for performance from the Company which describes the basis for the Company's belief that Executive has not substantially performed his duties. A. Disability. "Disability" shall mean that Executive has been unable to perform his duties as an employee as the result of Executive's incapacity due to physical or mental illness, and such inability, at least 26 weeks after its commencement, is determined to be total and permanent by a physician selected by the Company or its insurers and acceptable to Executive or Executive's legal representative (such Agreement as to acceptability not to be unreasonably withheld). In the event that Executive resumes the performance of substantially all of his duties hereunder before the termination of his employment becomes effective, the notice of intent to terminate shall automatically be deemed to have been revoked. A. Termination Date. "Termination Date" shall mean (i) if this Agreement is terminated on account of death, the date of death; (ii) if this Agreement is terminated for Disability, the date specified in Section 9(b); (iii) if this Agreement is terminated by the Company, the termination date specified in the notice of termination given by the Company to Executive; (iv) if the Agreement is terminated by Executive, the termination date specified in the notice of termination given by Executive to the Company; or (v) if this Agreement expires by its terms, then the last day of the term of this Agreement. A. Constructive Termination. A "Constructive Termination" shall be deemed to occur if (A) without the consent of Executive, (i) there is a significant reduction in Executive's duties, authorities and responsibilities, (ii) Execut...
Business Reasons. For up to a total of ninety (90) days in a twelve (12) month period.
Business Reasons. Business Reasons" means gross negligence, willful misconduct or other willful malfeasance by Employee in the performance of his/her duties, Employee's commission of a felony or other offense involving moral turpitude, or Employee's material breach of this Agreement, including without limitation any material breach of Sections 10 through 13 hereof, inclusive.