Misconduct Sample Clauses

Misconduct. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, the Options shall terminate in their entirety, regardless of whether the Options are vested, immediately upon Optionee’s discharge of employment or other service relationship for Cause or upon Optionee’s commission of any of the following acts during any period following the cessation of Optionee’s employment or other service relationship during which the Options otherwise would be exercisable: (i) fraud on or misappropriation of any funds or property of the Corporation, or (ii) breach by Optionee of any provision of any employment, non-disclosure, non-competition, non-solicitation, assignment of inventions, or other similar agreement executed by Optionee for the benefit of the Company, as determined by the Administrator, which determination will be conclusive.
Misconduct. Unless a Change of Control shall have occurred after the date hereof:
Misconduct. During employment with the Cardinal Group and for three years after the Termination of Employment for any reason, Awardee agrees not to engage in Misconduct. If Awardee engages in Misconduct during employment or within three years after the Termination of Employment for any reason, then
Misconduct. The Employee’s conviction for or plea of nolo contendere or guilty to any crime involving fraud, embezzlement or moral turpitude; or
Misconduct. Participant shall not engage in any acts that are considered to be contrary to the Company’s best interests, including, but not limited to, violating the Company’s Code of Conduct, engaging in unlawful trading in the securities of PepsiCo or of any other company based on information gained as a result of his or her employment with the Company, or engaging in any other activity which constitutes gross misconduct.
Misconduct. The Participant shall not engage in any of the following acts that are considered to be contrary to the Company's best interests during the term of his or her employment with the Company: (a) violating the Company's Code of Conduct, Insider Trading Policy or any other written policies of the Company, (b) unlawfully trading in the securities of Sucampo or of any other company based on information gained as a result of his or her employment with the Company, or (c) engaging in any activity which constitutes gross misconduct.
Misconduct. The Committee shall have the authority to cancel, rescind, cause the forfeiture of or otherwise limit or restrict any non-vested Restricted Stock Units awarded under this Agreement if the Committee determines that the Participant has (i) violated the Company’s Code of Conduct (as in effect from time to time); (ii) violated any law (other than misdemeanor traffic violations) and thereby injured or damaged the business reputation or prospects of the Company or an Affiliate; or (iii) engaged in intentional misconduct that caused, or materially contributed to, the need for a substantial restatement (voluntary or required) of the Company’s financial statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the foregoing enumerated items being hereinafter referred to, individually or collectively, as a “Prohibited Activity”). Furthermore, in the event the Committee in its discretion determines that the Participant has engaged in a Prohibited Activity at any time prior to the later of six months after the settlement of any vested Restricted Stock Units pursuant to paragraph 2(b), the Committee may rescind the settlement of any Restricted Stock Units hereunder, provided the Committee takes such action within two years after the occurrence of the Prohibited Activity. Upon such rescission, the Company at its sole option, may require the Participant to (a) deliver and convey to the Company the shares of Common Stock issued in settlement of the Restricted Stock Units awarded hereunder; (b) in the case any such shares of Common Stock have been sold in a market transaction to an unrelated party by the Participant, pay to the Company an amount equal to the proceeds from the sale of such shares; (c) in the case any such shares of Common Stock have otherwise been disposed of by the Participant, pay to the Company an amount in cash equal to the product of the number of such shares multiplied by the closing price for a share of Common Stock, as reported on the primary securities exchange on which the Common Stock is then traded, on the date the Committee determined that the Participant has engaged in the Prohibited Activity pursuant to paragraph 2(c) hereof, and if such date is not a day on which such securities exchange is open for trading shares of the Common Stock, then on the next succeeding day on which such securities exchange is open for trading shares of the Common Stock; (d) pay to the Company an amount of cash equal to the amount of cash paid by the Company in ...
Misconduct. The Employer and the Union agree that any form of misconduct, including violations of any Employer policies, by employees on the worksite will be subject to progressive discipline. The Employer will copy the Union on all written discipline of their members unless the employee requests privacy in the matter.
Misconduct. For purposes of this Agreement, "Misconduct" shall ---------- mean (i) gross and willful failure to perform services, if such failure materially injures the Company and has not been cured within 30 days after Employee was given notice of such failure by the Company, (ii) material dishonesty, if such dishonesty injures the Company in more than a de minimis -- ------- manner, (iii) fraud or embezzlement as determined by a court, or (iv) conviction of, or plea of "guilty" or "no contest" to, a felony under the laws of the United States or any state thereof.
Misconduct. “Misconduct” means: