Court Appearance Sample Clauses

Court Appearance. (a) In the event an Employee is required to appear before a court of law as a member of a jury, as a witness in a criminal matter or as a witness in any matter arising out of the Employee’s employment with the Employer, the Employee shall:
Court Appearance. Supervisors shall be granted necessary time off, at his/her base rate of pay, when he or she is summoned to testify at depositions or in court, on any matter arising within his/her scope of employment at the University. The supervisor shall immediately report receipt of any subpoena or court order related to his/her employment at the University to the University’s Office of Legal Management and to their manager or immediate supervisor.
Court Appearance. Leave shall be granted for appearance before a court, legislative committee, or other judicial or quasi-judicial body in response to a subpoena or other direction of proper authority for job related purposes other than those instituted by the employee or the Association. Leave shall also be granted for attendance in court in connection with an employee's official duty, which shall include any necessary travel time. Such employee shall be paid the employee's regular rate of pay but shall remit to his/her Appointing Authority the amount received, exclusive of court-paid expenses, for serving as a witness, as required by the court.
Court Appearance. Leave shall be granted for appearance before a court, legislative committee, or other judicial or quasi-judicial body in response to a subpoena on behalf of the Appointing Authority or other direction of proper authority on behalf of the Appointing Authority other than those instituted by an employee or the exclusive representative.
Court Appearance. An Employee summoned to serve jury duty or one who has been served with a subpoena to appear as a witness in a court of law shall be paid the difference between what the Employee would have earned for scheduled hours at work at the Employee’s basic rate of pay and the court fee received exclusive of travel, meals and other expenses. An Employee required to so serve will notify their Department Head as soon as possible following receipt of the summons or subpoena. The Employee will submit a certificate of service from an Officer of the Court indicating fees received before any payment is made under this provision.
Court Appearance. An employee may request and shall be granted leave without pay for the time required to make an appearance as a plaintiff or defendant in a civil or criminal court proceeding that is not connected with the employee’s officially assigned duties.
Court Appearance. In cases where an employee’s private affairs (other than those specified in Section 20.02) have occasioned a court appearance, a leave of absence without pay shall be granted for a period of time reasonably required by such court appearance.
Court Appearance. 14.1 Where an employee is required by the Employer to attend a court of law in connection with a case arising from his/her duties with the Employer, that employee shall not lose pay, including any pre- scheduled overtime premium, for all regularly scheduled hours which the employee otherwise would have worked. Should such attendance be required on the employee’s regular scheduled off day an alternative off day shall be mutually arranged in the applicable pay week. Leave with pay shall not be granted where an employee is required to attend court and where the employee is party to a court action or legal proceeding not arising from her/his duties with the Employer.