Industries Sample Clauses

Industries. The Employee shall be barred from providing products or services in the following industries: ____________________________________ ______________________________________ (“Non-Compete Industries”).
Industries. The Employee shall be barred from providing products or services in the following industries: _ _ (“Non-Compete Industries”).
Industries. WasteWaterSewerEnviron-Svcs. □Portable SanitationPressureQuality MARKETS: □ USAFL □South FL □CaribbeanCentral AmericaSouth America Your description for the listings (limit to 30 words) CONTACT 1(Name): Title: Phone: ( ) Cellular: ( ) Email: Address: City: State: Zip:
Industries. 1.2.1 The agreement may be made applicable for those industries that appear in this provision. See also § 2.4.
Industries. 25 The employee will notify the District of their intent to not use accrued leave to supplement worker’s 26 compensation benefits by the 5th of the month in which leave will be used. 27 This shall begin as of the first day of absence from work. 31 A R T I C L E X I I I 32 33 34 35 Section 13.1.
Industries. The degree of difficulty in segregating and ascertaining individual assets and liabilities; • The presence or absence of consolidated financial statements; • The profitability of consolidation at a single physical location; • The commingling of assets and business functions; • The unity of interests and ownership between the various corporate entities; [ ], 2000 Page 16 • The existence of parent and inter-corporate guarantees on loans; and • The transfer of assets without formal observance of corporate formalities. In re Vecco Constr. Indus., 4 B.R. 407, 410 (Bankr. E.D. Va. 1980). No single element or group of elements is determinative in the court’s inquiry, and no conclusion about whether a court will order substantive consolidation can be reached based solely on the presence or absence of some or all of the elements. It is not, therefore, a foregone conclusion that a party objecting to substantive consolidation can defeat it simply by showing the absence of most (or a particular group) of the elements. A combination of elements showing a substantial relationship among the entities is a predicate to substantive consolidation, but the existence of such a relationship alone will not support substantive consolidation. For example, many of the elements are present among affiliated companies. Common ownership or a parent/subsidiary relationship, common directors and officers, inter-affiliate transfers, incorporation caused by parent, the existence of inter-corporate claims, and consolidated financial statements or tax returns are all typical of most affiliated corporations, yet substantive consolidation is not typically ordered on the presence of the close corporate relationship represented by these elements. Additional elements are required. Perhaps the most common group of additional elements whose presence will result in an order for substantive consolidation are poor or nonexistent record keeping of, or commingling of, separate assets (particularly cash and other liquid assets) and liabilities and inter-affiliate transactions, whether by design or otherwise, that makes it prohibitively expensive or impossible to sort out the proper allocation of assets and liabilities. For example, in Chemical Bank New York Trust Co. v. Kheel, 369 F.2d 845 (2d Cir. 1966), the Second Circuit approved substantive consolidation based on the benefits that would be realized by all creditors upon substantive consolidation of estates whose financial affairs had not been segrega...
Industries corporate seal, minute books, charter documents, corporate stock record books and such other books and records as pertain to the organization, existence or share capitalization of Industries and such records as are necessary to enable Industries to file its tax returns and reports as well as any other records or materials relating to Industries generally and not involving specific aspects of the Business;
Industries. 1 The District will continue to pay its share of the employee's health insurance 2 subsidy only each month during the first twelve (12) months provided that the 3 employee furnishes his/her share to the Business Office each month by check 4 made payable to the health insurance plan carrier. 6 The following return rights will apply to employees who have been absent due 7 to an on-the-job injury:

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  • Regulated Industries Neither the Borrower nor any of its Subsidiaries is (i) an "investment company," a company "controlled" by an "investment company," or an "investment advisor," within the meaning of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended, or (ii) a "holding company," a "subsidiary company" of a "holding company," or an "affiliate" of a "holding company" or of a "subsidiary company" of a "holding company," within the meaning of the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935, as amended.

  • Markets We shall not be liable for any act taken by or on the instruction of an exchange, clearing house or regulatory body.

  • Energy 1. Cooperation shall take place within the principles of the market economy and the European Energy Charter, against a background of the progressive integration of the energy markets in Europe.

  • Corporate Services This Agreement sets forth the terms and conditions for the provision by PROVIDING PARTY to RECEIVING PARTY of various corporate services and products, as more fully described below and in Schedule 1.1(a) attached hereto (the Scheduled Services, the Omitted Services, the Resumed Services and Special Projects (as defined below), collectively, the "Corporate Services").

  • Financial Services The aim of cooperation shall be to achieve closer common rules and standards in areas including the following:

  • LTD by its duly appointed Attorneys who state they have no notice of revocation of the Power of Attorney dated 5 February 1990 under which this Agreement is signed. ) ) ) ) ) ) )

  • International The jurisdiction of the non-compete shall be nationwide, covering all States and Territories of the United States, and abroad (“Non-Compete Jurisdiction”).

  • International Shopping Goods estimated to cost less than $50,000 equivalent per contract, up to an aggregate amount not to exceed $250,000 equivalent, may be procured under contracts awarded on the basis of international shopping procedures in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 3.5 and 3.6 of the Guidelines.

  • Corporate Separateness (a) Satisfy, and cause each of its Restricted Subsidiaries and Unrestricted Subsidiaries to satisfy, customary corporate and other formalities, including, as applicable, the holding of regular board of directors’ and shareholders’ meetings or action by directors or shareholders without a meeting, in each case, to the extent required by law and the maintenance of corporate offices and records.

  • General Management The business and affairs of the Company shall be managed by Atlantic Power Transmission, Inc., a Delaware corporation, in its capacity as the sole member and the sole member shall have the fullest right, power and authority to manage, direct and control all of the business and affairs of the Company and to transact business of its behalf.