Public Officials Sample Clauses

Public Officials. In accordance with state and federal election laws, regulations and guidelines, public officials visiting an FIU campus for nonpartisan events or functions sponsored or hosted by FIU shall comply with the following guidelines:
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Public Officials. Owner acknowledges that its receipt of monetary and other good and valuable consideration hereunder may represent a conflict of interest if Owner is a government employee or otherwise serves on a governmental entity with decision-making authority (a “Public Official”) as to any rights Tenant may seek, or as to any obligations that may be imposed upon Tenant in order to develop and/or operate the Project (“Development Rights”), and Owner hereby agrees to (1) recuse him/herself from all such decisions related to Xxxxxx ’s Development Rights unless such recusal is prohibited by law or is not reasonably practicable considering the obligations of such Public Official’s position and (2) recuse him/herself from all such decisions related to Xxxxxx ’s Development Rights if such recusal is required by law. If Owner is not required pursuant to (1) or (2) above to recuse him/herself from a decision related to Xxxxxx ’s Development Rights, Owner shall, in advance of any vote or other official action on the Development Rights, disclose the existence of this Agreement (but not the financial terms therein) at an open meeting of the relevant governmental entity Owner serves on as a Public Official. Additionally, if Owner is a Public Official and any of Owner’s spouse, child or other dependent has a financial interest in the Project, Owner shall disclose such relationship (but not the financial terms thereof) at an open meeting of the relevant governmental entity Owner serves on as a Public Official, prior to participation in any decision related to Xxxxxx ’s Development Rights.
Public Officials. None of the Company, any of its ---------------- subsidiaries or, to the Company's knowledge, any affiliate or representative acting on behalf of the Company or any of its subsidiaries has at any time (A) made any unlawful contribution relating to political activity or (B) made any payment to any federal, state or local government officer or official, or any other person charged with similar public or quasi-public duties, or customers or suppliers other than payments which do not constitute a violation of the law of the United States or any jurisdiction thereof.
Public Officials. To the extent applicable, in accordance with state and federal election laws, regulations and guidelines, public officials visiting an FIU campus for nonpartisan events or functions sponsored or hosted by FIU shall comply with the following guidelines: (i) All appearances, questions/answers sessions, speeches or similar communications should be made in an academic setting and should not involve any campaign speeches, rallies or events; (ii) Campaigning, including fundraising, is prohibited; (iii) A nonpartisan atmosphere must be maintained in the premises; and (iv) If the public official is also a candidate for an upcoming or future election: (A) The public official shall appear and speak in a non-candidate capacity; (B) The public official shall appear and speak for reasons other than his or her candidacy; (C) The public official shall not refer to his or her own candidacy or that of any other candidate in his or her speech; (D) The public official’s campaign staff shall not be permitted to solicit campaign contributions or campaign support; (E) Neither the public official or his/her staff will be permitted to coordinate or encourage the display of campaign banners or decorations or encourage distribution of the public official’s campaign materials; (F) Any communications of the public official related to the public official’s attendance at the event, before, during or after the event, shall clearly indicate the capacity in which the public official is appearing or appeared and should not mention the candidacy or the upcoming election; and (G) Any communication of the public official related to the public official’s attendance at the event, before, during or after the event, shall not insinuate, imply or suggest the appearance of FIU’s support or opposition of the public official in his/her capacity as a candidate.
Public Officials. To the extent applicable, in accordance with state and federal election laws, regulations and guidelines, public officials visiting an FIU campus for nonpartisan events or functions sponsored or hosted by FIU shall comply with the following guidelines: (i) All appearances, questions/answers sessions, speeches or similar communications should be made in an academic setting and should not involve any campaign speeches, rallies or events; (ii) Campaigning, including fundraising, is prohibited; (iii) A nonpartisan atmosphere must be maintained in the premises; and (iv) If the public official is also a candidate for an upcoming or future election: (A) The public official shall appear and speak in a non-candidate capacity; (B) The public official shall appear and speak for reasons other than his or her candidacy; (C) The public official shall not refer to his or her own candidacy or that of any other candidate in his or her speech;
Public Officials. To its Knowledge as of the Effective Date and during the Term, neither such Party nor any of its subsidiaries nor any of their Affiliates, directors, officers, employees, distributors, agents, representatives, sales intermediaries or other Third Parties acting on behalf of such Party or any of its subsidiaries or any of their Affiliates:
Public Officials. Public officials and comparable personnel of a Contracting State who are assigned to the territory of the other Contracting State to work shall, together with their family mem- bers, remain subject to the legislation of the first State.
Public Officials. Each Partner hereby covenants to the Partnership and the other Partners that none of the directors, officers, or employees seconded to the Partnership by or on behalf of such Partner or likely to be involved in the transactions or supervision of the Partnership will, at the time of such secondment, be a Public Official or a Close Family Member of a Public Official.
Public Officials. Neither the Company nor any of its subsidiaries nor, to the knowledge of the Company, any director, officer, agent, employee or affiliate of the Company or any of its
Public Officials. The SCHOOL shall comply with Chapter 102 of the Ohio Revised Code and Section 2921.42 of the Ohio Revised Code, except as otherwise permitted by law. No member of the SCHOOL's governing board shall have an interest in a contract into which the SCHOOL's governing board enters that is with a for-profit firm for the operation or management of the SCHOOL.