Ethical Conduct Sample Clauses

Ethical Conduct. Employee will conduct himself in a professional and ethical manner at all times and will comply with all company policies as well as all State and Federal regulations and laws as they may apply to the services, products, and business of the Company.
Ethical Conduct. The counsel cannot be required to engage in conduct which is illegal, unethical, or fraudulent. In matters involving minor children, the counsel may refuse to engage in conduct which, in the counsel's professional judgment, would be contrary to the best interest of the client's minor child or children. A counsel who cannot ethically abide by his client's directions shall be allowed to withdraw from representation.
Ethical Conduct. Distributor expressly agrees that it shall not be entitled to any commissions, fees, discounts or other compensation if facts are known to Company that reasonably support a belief that Distributor is in violation of any of the terms and conditions of paragraph 18 of this Agreement.
Ethical Conduct. It is the policy of Capricor to conduct its business at all times in accordance with the highest standards of corporate, business and medical ethics. Executive agrees to comply with those standards as more particularly set forth in the Company’s Code of Conduct and Ethics in all matters relating to the Services and all other performance under or pursuant to this Agreement.
Ethical Conduct. MDCH administration of this contract is subject to the State of Michigan State Ethics Act: Act 196 of 1973, “Standards of Conduct for Public Officers and Employees. Act 196 of 1973 prescribes standards of conduct for public officers and employees. MDCH administration of this contract is subject to the State of Michigan Governor’s Executive Order No: 2001-03, “Procurement of Goods and Services from Vendors.”
Ethical Conduct. Public employees have a special obligation to carry out their duties for the benefit of the people of the state and to avoid taking actions that cause them to violate the public’s trust. State law at 2-2-101 through 2-2-304 MCA includes several specific prohibitions and provides for significant penalties including fines and imprisonment for violators. Employees may also be subject to discipline for violation of public trust. Examples of prohibitions include but are not limited to: (1) using work time, facilities, equipment supplies, personnel or funds for private business purposes including any campaign activity persuading or affecting a political decision; (2) engaging in any activity, including lobbying on behalf of an organization of which the employee is a member while performing job duties (3) receiving two salaries as a public employee for work during overlapping hours; (4) accepting a substantial gift or economic benefit, or reward for an official action; (5) disclosing or using confidential information acquired in the course of official duties in order to further the employee’s personal economic interests;
Ethical Conduct. The Contractor certifies that he/she/it, or his/her/its employees or agents, has not given, offered, provided, promised, pledged or been solicited to provide anything of economic value to a District official, employee or agent, as a gift, gratuity, commission or favor that may influence the selection of the Contractor for the work to be performed under this Contract. No director, employee, or agent of the Contractor shall enter into any non- consumer business arrangement with any director, employee, or agent of the District without prior written notice to the District superintendent or designee. Neither the Contractor nor any employee or agent of the Contractor shall participate in the performance of any duty or service in whole or part under this Contract in violation of any law, regulation, or policy that prohibits the use of public resources for political purposes.