Compensation for. Dress rehearsals for paying student audiences shall be considered as performances and performance day provisions shall apply. However, Artists on a per performance COA Engagement Contract may participate in such a dress rehearsal without additional compensation. Nevertheless, additional compensation will be payable should any Artist perform more than seven (7) performances per week as provided in Article 17:00 (Performances).
Compensation for. Losses Investors of one Contracting Party whose investments in the territory of the other Contracting Party suffer losses owing to war or other armed conflict, revolution, a state of national emergency, revolt, insurrection or riot in the territory of the latter Contracting Party shall be accorded by the latter Contracting Party treatment, as regards restitution, indemnification, compensation or other settlement, no less favourable than that which the latter Contracting Party accords to investors of any third State.
Compensation for. CIGNA shall compensate USPG for the performance of any [***] on a [***] at a mutually-agreed upon rate. Prior to commencing any such [***], USPG must deliver to CIGNA a [***], which will contain (i) a reasonably detailed description of the [***], (ii) the [***] for [***] to [***] [***], identified by [***] (iii) the [***] corresponding to each [***], (iv) [***] of any [***], and (v) a schedule of [***]. Each [***] must be mutually agreed upon and signed by the Parties. The Parties have agreed that [***] related to the [***] of [***] [***], and [***] which are owned by (or licensed from a third party to) NationsHealth or USPG and any ancillary systems reasonably required to [***] in compliance with regulatory requirements is the responsibility of [***] and not [***]. CONFIDENTIAL MATERIALS OMITTED AND FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION. ASTERISKS DENOTE SUCH OMISSION.
Compensation for. 2014-15 and 2015-16 shall be subject to bargaining under the terms set out in the duration provision. Monies to support possible compensation adjustments for the following school year shall be calculated as of July 15 of each year. This calculation, along with any offsets for ongoing expenditures, including the full year impact of mid-year adjustments made in the prior year, shall be forwarded to the ETA President on or about July 20 of each year. Each year representatives of the Association and the Board shall begin by considering the monies associated with the 2% annual overall increase in spending for teacher compensation in the five year forecast. The representatives also shall consider, as possible elements to support a compensation adjustment, the expenditure impact of implementation of the class size provisions, the decrease in expenditures resulting from employee retirements and the replacement of retiring employees by new teachers whose salary will be calculated at Step 3 of the Masters column. The full year impact of mid-year implementation of compensation changes (such as the experience step to be implemented starting with the second semester of the 2013-14 school year) must be accounted for in spending in 2014-15 and 2015-16.
Compensation for. ORTHO TRI-CYCLEN/[*]. ORTHO will compensate WFHC for the Co-Promotion of ORTHO TRI-CYCLEN or any Oral Contraceptive substituted therefore hereunder according to the procedure recited herein. (It is understood that, if another ORTHO Oral Contraceptive is substituted, reference to ORTHO TRI-CYCLEN in the formulas will be replaced with the new ORTHO Oral Contraceptive.)
Compensation for. [****] GAME PLATFORM SUBLICENSE. In the event Microsoft grants [****] a Game Platform Sublicense on the terms set forth in Section 2(a) above, the following terms shall apply in place of the terms of Section 2(b). Within ten (10) days after Microsoft grants [****] the Game Platform Sublicense, Microsoft shall pay Immersion:
Compensation for. (a) If this Agreement is terminated by REPLIDYNE before [ *** ] the Drug Product for any reason whatsoever, but excluding termination by REPLIDYNE due to DSP’s material breach pursuant to Section 16.2, DSP’s bankruptcy, insolvency or the like pursuant to Section 16.5, or DSP’s failure to obtain agreement from an Acquiring Party pursuant to Section 16.6, then, [ *** ], REPLIDYNE shall [ *** ] as a result of such termination by REPLIDYNE such amount not to exceed [ *** ] Japanese Yen (JPY [ *** ]). REPLIDYNE shall establish a commercially reasonable mechanism for securing REPLIDYNE’s financial ability to make such payment or obtain an insurance, upon the signing of this Agreement, which enables REPLIDYNE to finance the aforementioned payment.
Compensation for. IMPLEMENTATION OF BILLING SERVICES The following fixed costs cover the entire scope as defined in the Implementation Plan of Exhibit 16 (“Billing Services Plans”). Payment for the following tasks shall be made by CITY to CONTRACTOR on completion of that task. Completion of the task is defined as mutual acceptance by the CITY and CONTRACTOR that Exit Criteria for that task has been successfully achieved. CITY shall pay CONTRACTOR a final payment of One Hundred Sixteen Thousand Two Hundred Seventy-Six Dollars ($116,276) upon CONTRACTOR’s completion of the Billing Services Deployment task as set forth in Section 1.11 of Exhibit 16A. The total compensation to the CONTRACTOR for deliverables associated with the implementation of Billing Services shall not exceed Four Hundred Six Thousand Three Hundred Seventy-Six Dollars ($406,376). Table 1. BILLING SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION COMPENSATION Process Milestones Exhibit 16A Reference Compensation Data Migration Section 1.2 $24,800 Business Process Services Review & Change Management Sections 1.3 & 1.4 $39,400 Construction of Modifications (incl. Reports development) Section 1.5 $58,500 Systems Integration Section 1.6 $54,000 Systems Testing Section 1.7 $22,500 Training Section 1.8 $29,700 Acceptance Testing Section 1.9 $29,700 Logistical Preparation Section 1.10 $22,500 Deployment Section 1.11 $9,000 Subtotal of Implementation Tasks $290,000 Final Payment $116,276 Total Payment $406,376 II. COMPENSATION FOR UP-FRONT COSTS Beginning five months prior to the start of Billing Services provided by CONTRACTOR, CITY shall pay CONTRACTOR in five (5) equal monthly installments of One Hundred Fifty Thousand dollars ($150,000) for upfront costs (customer service center improvements, hiring and training staff, etc.) associated with the deployment of Billing Services. CITY’s total compensation to CONTRACTOR for up-front costs shall not exceed Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($750,000).
Compensation for. The rate of pay for all training of an employee while “off-shift” (beyond their normal scheduled hours of work) shall be at straight time, to be taken as time off work subject to the operational requirements of the Department. Court Attendance An “off-duty” employee required to attend court in regard to matters directly related to the Fire Department shall be compensated at one and one-half times the employee’s regular rate of pay for time spent (including reasonable travel time) in the court appearance or in preparation with legal counsel for the action. Medical Attendance