JURY. THE PARTIES HERETO WAIVE TRIAL BY JURY IN ANY ACTION, PROCEEDING OR CLAIM BROUGHT BY EITHER OF THE PARTIES AGAINST THE OTHER REGARDING ANY MATTERS ARISING OUT OF THIS AGREEMENT.
JURY. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, EACH PARTY HERETO FURTHER AGREES THAT ITS RESPECTIVE RIGHT TO A TRIAL BY JURY IS WAIVED BY OPERATION OF THIS SECTION AS TO ANY ACTION, COUNTERCLAIM OR OTHER PROCEEDING WHICH SEEKS, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, TO CHALLENGE THE VALIDITY OR ENFORCEABILITY OF THIS AGREEMENT, ANY ASSIGNMENT OR ANY PROVISION HEREOF OR THEREOF. THIS WAIVER SHALL APPLY TO ANY SUBSEQUENT AMENDMENTS, RENEWALS, SUPPLEMENTS OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY ASSIGNMENT.
JURY. In order to ensure objectivity and seriousness, the Young Scientists and Professional Award Committee (or the lead organizer on behalf of the Congress Organizing Committee) will appoint a Jury, which will be composed of professionals with acknowledged experience and recognition, with representation across the key fields of radiation protection and from relevant Associate Societies. The chairman or at least one member of Jury should normally be an IRPA Executive Council member. The Jury will evaluate the written paper and oral presentations, taking account of the quality of the underpinning work, its value to radiation protection, the quality of the written paper and the quality of the oral presentation. Awards Normally three awards (First, Second and Third prize) will be presented to the selected young scientists and professionals, according to criteria established by the Jury. The decision is final and authoritative, and the jury may declare void some of the prizes if deemed appropriate. The jury reserves the right to award special mentions in cases it deems appropriate. The awards will usually be announced and presented in the Closing Ceremony of the Congress, and will consist of diplomas and/or memorial plaques, together with any monetary prize provided by the Congress organizers. All candidates for the award should be present during this ceremony. Agreed by the IRPA EC December 2014 Annex 3 IRPA Montreal Fund Rules of Procedure (revision 1, dated 11 May 2014). This document identifies the steps required for an applicant to obtain travel support from the Montreal Fund to attend an IRPA Congress. Eligible applicants are “young professionals” in radiation protection. There is no defined age limit, as young professionals may have spent more or fewer years in formal education before beginning their careers. In general, a “young professional” is considered to be one within the first ten years of obtaining his or her terminal academic degree. Support will be available to attend the quadrennial IRPA International Congresses, and also for attendance at IRPA Regional Congresses, although support will be provided only to attend the Regional Congress held in the region in which the young professional’s Associate Society is located. Financial support will normally cover the Congress registration fee and may include support or partial support for travel and subsistence. The amount of support available for any Congress will be determined by the IRPA Executive Council...
JURY. An employee required to attend for jury service shall be granted leave paid at the rate prescribed by Clause 12. - Wages not including shift allowances. The employee will pay to the employer any monies received in respect of attendance for jury service. For the purpose of annual leave, sick leave, long service leave, workers compensation, bereavement leave and jury service, leave will be based on 38 hours per week Monday to Friday or rostered work day for day workers and on the shift roster for continuous shift workers. This Clause does not apply to casual employees.
JURY. Lawfully required absences for jury duty and subpoenaed as a witness in a trial are to be paid by the district. If the teacher receives a per diem payment, this will be presented to the Board of Education to offset district expenses for such leave. Expenses for mileage or meals paid to the teacher will be considered as payment to the teacher for their time and effort.
JURY. An employee who called for jury duty or is subpoenaed as a witness other than the employee's own cause and who as a result thereof loses time from work shall receive for each day so lost the difference between the employee's applicable hourly wage rate and the jury or witness fee (other than any mileage fee) to which the employee is entitled for such
JURY. An employee who is subpoenaed by the Crown for jury duty, or as a witness for the Crown or the defence (not being himself/herself a party to the proceeding), shall continue to receive his/her regular pay and benefits. The employee shall turn over to the Employer any monies he/she receives from the court on the days he/she is normally scheduled to work, providing this does not exceed his/her regular pay rate. The employee shall not be required to turn over allowances received for travelling and meals. If the employee is required for less than 4 hours at jury duty on the scheduled work day, then the employee shall return to work.
JURY. If an employee is requested to serve as a juror in any court of law or is required by subpoena to attend as a witness in a court proceeding in which the Crown is a party, or is required to attend a coroner’s inquest in connection with a case concerning the Health Centre, the employee shall not lose regular pay because of necessary absence from work due to such attendance, and shall not be required to work on the day of such duty, provided that the employee:
JURY. Where an employee is absent by reason of a to serve as a juror or a subpoena as a witness, the employee at his option: treat the absence as leave without pay and retain any fee he receives as a juror or as a witness; or deduct the period of absence his vacation credits or his credits retain any he receives as a or as a witness; treat the absence with and pay to the Toronto Authority any he has received a juror a witness.