Labor Dispute. Notwithstanding any condition precedent to the contrary contained herein, a labor dispute of any sort involving employees of the Borrower or its Subsidiaries shall not prevent the Borrower from borrowing hereunder unless as a result thereof a Default exists under Section 6.01(a) or (e).
Labor Dispute. Where any dispute arises between the parties relating to this Agreement, both parties shall first negotiate to resolve such dispute. If negotiation fails, either party may apply for arbitration to the competent labor dispute arbitration commission at the place of Party A. If either party objects to the award of the commission, it may file a lawsuit to the people’s court of first instance at the place of Party A.
Labor Dispute. In the event of a labor dispute which results in a strike, picket or boycott affecting at least fifty (50%) percent of the Concession Areas within the Concession Service Zone, Concessionaire shall not thereby be deemed to be in default or to have breached any part of this Agreement, unless such dispute shall have been caused by illegal labor practices or violations by Concessionaire of applicable collective bargaining Agreements (and there has been a final determination of such fact which is not cured by Concessionaire within thirty (30) days).
Labor Dispute. If labor dispute occurs, both parties shall resolve it through consultation. In case of failing to reach an agreement, each party may submit the dispute to Labor Dispute Arbitration Committee having jurisdiction. If rejecting the award, each party can take a proceeding. The party applying for arbitration shall submit the arbitration application to Labor Dispute Arbitration Committee within 60 days when the labor dispute arises. If rejecting the award, the party can sue to the court within 15 days after receipt of the award.
Labor Dispute. Any labor dispute including, without limitation, picketing of any nature, strike, lockout or demand by any labor organization, Employees and/or Contingent Workers for union recognition or a union representation election, or claim of unfair labor practices relating to the Marcus Mid–Priced Lodging Businesses, which, individually or in the aggregate, could reasonably be expected to have a Property Material Adverse Effect;
Labor Dispute. The Company has been named as a defendant in a suit brought by three former and present employees of the Company, entitled Angione, et al. v. PSS World Medical Inc., which was filed on or about June 4, 2002 in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, Santa Ana Division (Case No. CV SA 02-533 AHS (ANx)). In response to the Motion to Transfer Venue filed by the Company, the plaintiffs stipulated that venue of the case is proper in the United States District Court in Jacksonville, Florida. The Court approved the transfer and the case is now pending in the United States Court for the Middle District of Florida, Jacksonville Division, Case Number 02-CV-854. The plaintiffs allege that the Company wrongfully classifies its Purchasers, Operations Leader Trainees, and Accounts Receivable Representatives as exempt from the overtime requirements imposed by the Fair Labor Standards Act and the California Wage Orders. The plaintiffs seek court approval to proceed as a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act, a representative action under California’s Unfair Competition Act, and/or a class action on behalf of all persons in the United States who have occupied any one of the three positions within the pertinent limitations period. The Company opposed this motion. It is unknown whether the Court will tentatively approve a collective action and allow discovery on the issue of who is eligible to participate in the collective action. The Plaintiffs seek to recover back pay, interest, costs of suit, declaratory and injunctive relief, and applicable statutory penalties. In addition, two of the three named plaintiffs bring individual claims for gender discrimination and retaliation under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Pay Act of 1963. The Company is vigorously defending against the claims and is working with human resource personnel to collect personnel and payroll information necessary to determine (i) the employees who are potentially eligible to participate in the suit and (ii) the extent of overtime liability, if any. [***] The Company has been named as a defendant in a suit brought by three former and present employees of the Company, entitled Angione, et al. v. PSS World Medical Inc., which was filed on or about June 4, 2002 in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, Santa Ana Division (Case No. CV SA 02-533 AHS (ANx)). In response to the Motion to Transfer Venue filed by the Company, the...
Labor Dispute. Whenever any actual or potential labor dispute delays or threatens to delay the timely performance of this order; Seller shall immediately give written notice thereof to Buyer and include a description of the nature of the disruption and the likely timetable for resolution. Consistent with applicable governing laws, Seller’s employees are allowed to both form and join trade unions for purposes of collective bargaining or have the right to not join such organizations.