Issues. Prior to the start of an arbitration under this Article, the Employer and the F.O.P. Ohio Labor Council shall attempt to reduce to writing the issue or issues to be placed before the arbitrator. In cases where such a statement of the question is submitted, the arbitrator’s decision shall address itself solely to the issue or issues presented and shall not impose upon either party any restriction or obligation pertaining to any matter raised in the dispute which is not specifically related to the submitted issue or issues. More than one issue may be submitted at the same time to arbitration, particularly if they are related to each other, by mutual agreement.
Issues. (a) Each Fixed Asset Collateral Agent, for itself and on behalf of the applicable Fixed Asset Claimholders, waives any claim it may hereafter have against any Revolving Credit Claimholder arising out of the election of any Revolving Credit Claimholder of the application of Section 1111(b)(2) of the Bankruptcy Code or any similar provision of any other Bankruptcy Law or out of any grant of a security interest in connection with the ABL Collateral in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding.
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Issues. (a) The Collateral Trustee, each Secured Debt Representative and each Secured Debt Claimholder, each waives any objection or claim it may hereafter have against any Revolving Credit Claimholder arising out of the election of any Revolving Credit Claimholder of the application of Section 1111(b)(2) of the Bankruptcy Code to any claims of such Revolving Credit Claimholder and agrees that in the case of any such election it shall have no claim or right to payment with respect to the Revolving Credit Collateral in or from such Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding. Any reorganization securities issued with respect to such election shall be allocated solely to the Revolving Credit Claimholders pursuant to Section 6.5 hereof.
Issues. (a) The Collateral Agent, for itself and/or on behalf of the Note Claimholders, waives any objection or claim it may hereafter have against any ABL Secured Party arising out of the election by any ABL Secured Party of the application of Section 1111(b)(2) of the Bankruptcy Code to any claims of such ABL Secured Party in respect of the ABL Collateral and agrees that in the case of any such election it shall have no claim or right to payment with respect to the ABL First Lien Collateral in or from such Insolvency Proceeding. Any reorganization securities issued with respect to such election shall be allocated solely to the ABL Secured Parties pursuant to Section 6.5 hereof.
Issues. In order to address comprehensive family support policies including child care, family resources and elder care, joint labor management Family Issues Committees shall be established on each campus, with up to three (3) members appointed by the Administration and three (3) members appointed by the Union. On the Amherst campus the committee shall consider how to provide improved facilities for child care and a family center, and how to fully integrate the Center for Early Education and Care (CEEC) into the academic mission of the University. On the Boston campus the committee shall consider how to address employees’ child care needs, how to provide improved facilities for child care, and how to fully integrate the UMB Early Learning Center into the academic mission of the University. On the Amherst campus only, this committee will also discuss and make recommendations on housing and residence issues. SIDE LETTER: NON-EXEMPT 43-WEEK EMPLOYEES Effective January 1, 2006, non-exempt members as defined in Article 39 will not be eligible for new 43-week contract appointments. It is understood by both parties that current unit members in 43-week contracts who are transferred to non-exempt status will be grandfathered in their current 43- week appointment for as long as they stay in the 43-week appointment. The grandfathered employee’s salary and benefits will continue to be prorated in accordance with the 43- week policy. The nine (9) weeks of annual non- responsibility time will be converted to a bank of paid hours that may be used to cover the employee’s periods of non-responsibility. Exempt members of this unit will continue to be eligible for 43-week contract appointments. SIDE LETTER: EVENING/NIGHT/WEEKEND AND HOLIDAY SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL PAY Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 39, the parties agree that bargaining unit members shall receive differential pay for regularly scheduled evening, night, weekend and holiday shift responsibilities. Differential pay shall be added to the members’ base salary. These adjustments shall apply only so long as the bargaining unit member has regularly scheduled evening, night, weekend or holiday shift responsibilities. In keeping with the goals of the Professional Salary Administration Program to provide for external competitiveness by paying salaries equal to or more than the average total compensation for comparable positions in the appropriate labor market, differential pay rates shall be determined for each position a...