Morals Clause Sample Clauses

Morals Clause. Neither the Consultant, the Consultant’s Representatives nor the Consultant’s key personnel shall commit any act or do anything which might reasonably be considered: (i) to be immoral, deceptive, scandalous or obscene; or (ii) to injure, tarnish, damage or otherwise negatively affect the community and/or the reputation and goodwill associated with the City. If the Consultant, the Consultant’s Representative or the Consultant’s key personnel is accused of any act involving moral or ethical issues, dishonestly, theft or misappropriation, under any law, or any act which casts an unfavorable light upon its association with the community and/or the City or the Consultant is accused of performing or committing any act which could adversely impact the Consultant’s events, programs, services, or reputation, the City shall have the right to terminate this contract upon fifteen (15) days written notice specifying the reason, within which period the Consultant may cure such offense. The determination of whether and to what extent the offense is cured shall be made by the City at its sole discretion;
Morals Clause. Employer agrees that it shall not include or enforce a so-called "Morals Clause," as that term is commonly understood in the motion picture and television industries, in any contract of employment or deal memo for the services of an Employee.
Morals Clause. For any given Event, SNI shall have the right to require Licensor to replace a Fighter who has engaged in conduct which would be deemed a violation of this Morals Clause. For purposes of this Agreement, a Fighter shall be deemed to have violated the Morals Clause of this Agreement if a Fighter at any time after the date of this Agreement (i) is charged with committing a misdemeanor of moral turpitude that is punishable by a prison term of at least 6 months or a felony (regardless of the length of prison term associated with such offense); (ii) commits or is accused of committing an act involving moral turpitude under federal, state or local law (regardless of whether or not such act involving moral turpitude is a misdemeanor or felony); (iii) violates the terms of any parole or probation to which such Fighter is or may become subject; or (iv) commits an act of significant public disrepute or becomes the subject of a scandal such that SNI believes, in its sole discretion, that the marketability of the Event or SNI’s corporate image has been or will be negatively affected.
Morals Clause. Executive shall not commit any act or do anything which might reasonably be considered: (i) to be immoral, deceptive, scandalous or obscene; or (ii) to injure, tarnish, damage or otherwise negatively affect the reputation and goodwill associated with the Company or the IM Brands.
Morals Clause. Neither Lessee, Lessee’s Representatives nor Lessee’s Key Personnel, as defined in Section 6, above, shall commit any act or do anything which might reasonably be considered: (i) to be immoral, deceptive, scandalous or obscene; or (ii) to injure, tarnish, damage or otherwise negatively affect the community and/or the reputation and goodwill associated with Lessor. If Lessee, Lessee’s Representative or Lessee’s Key Personnel is accused of any act involving moral or ethical issues, dishonestly, theft or misappropriation, under any law, or any act which casts an unfavorable light upon its association with the community and/or Lessor or Lessee is accused of performing or committing any act which could adversely impact Lessee’s events, Programs, services, or reputation, Lessor shall have the right to terminate this contract upon fifteen (15) days written notice specifying the reason, within which period Lessee may cure such offense. The determination of whether and to what extent the offense is cured shall be made by Lessor at its sole discretion.
Morals Clause. As a leader of the community and a role model for the students of the school district, the Superintendent shall conduct himself with propriety, dignity, morality, integrity, honesty, and consistently with Board Policies, Regulations, and written guidance. Superintendent shall not engage in any activity likely to bring reproach, disgrace, infamy, or public ridicule to himself, the Board, or the school district.
Morals Clause. Licensee shall not use or attempt to use any part of the Arena for any use or proposed use which would be contrary to law, common decency or good morals or otherwise improper or detrimental to the reputation of Licensor.
Morals Clause. If either party hereto or any of its officers, directors, board members, principals, employees, agents, or representatives commits any act which, in the reasonable and good faith opinion of the other party, would disparage or impair the reputation and integrity of the other party hereto (including, without limitation, being convicted of any felony or a crime involving moral turpitude, ethical violations or any other act of moral turpitude), the other party hereto shall have the right to terminate this Agreement without liability to the other party upon thirty (30) days written notice.
Morals Clause. This Agreement is for Urlacher's personal services and use of his name, likeness and image. The Company may terminate this Agreement if Urlacher is convicted for a non-traffic crime or alcohol related crime and no further payment shall be made on or after that date except for any sums due and outstanding. All fees paid to Urlacher for services not yet rendered or usages to the extent already received by Urlacher shall be due back to the Company.
Morals Clause. Any serious act (including noncriminal acts) of misconduct by the DONOR or DONOR’s related parties, including but not limited to acts of dishonesty, theft, misappropriation of funds or property, moral turpitude, or any other action that is detrimental or unacceptable, may result in a unilateral termination of the AGREEMENT by the FOUNDATION.