Subpoenas Sample Clauses

Subpoenas. 26.1.2.1 If a Party receives a subpoena for information concerning an End User the Party knows to be an End User of the other Party, it shall refer the subpoena to the Requesting Party with an indication that the other Party is the responsible company, unless the subpoena requests records for a period of time during which the receiving Party was the End User's service provider, in which case that Party will respond to any valid request.
Subpoenas. 30.1.2.1 If a Receiving Party receives a subpoena (or equivalent legal demand regardless of nomenclature, e.g., warrant) for information concerning an End User the Receiving Party knows to be an End User of the other Party and for whom the Receiving Party has no responsive information, the Receiving Party shall promptly notify the person or entity that caused issuance of such subpoena so that it may redirect its subpoena to the other Party.
Subpoenas. 16.2.1 If a Party receives a subpoena for information concerning an end user the Party knows to be an end user of the other Party, the receiving Party will refer the subpoena to the requesting entity with an indication that the other Party is the responsible company. Provided, however, if the subpoena requests records for a period of time during which the receiving Party was the end user's service provider, the receiving Party will respond to any valid request to the extent the receiving party is able to do so; if response requires the assistance of the other Party, such assistance will be provided by the other Party. Should the subpoena demand AMA records (call dump) for a CLEC End User, the Party in receipt will request the issuing authority to amend the order, naming both Parties, and serve both Parties concurrently. AT&T shall provide the issuing authority with the requested data. As specified in Section 16.4.3 below, AT&T may bill the appropriate law enforcement agency for these services under its customary practices.
Subpoenas. In the event the Contractor's records are subpoenaed pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. Section 36a-43, the Contractor shall, within twenty-four (24) hours of service of the subpoena, notify the person designated for the Comptroller in Section 3 of this Agreement of such subpoena. Within thirty-six (36) hours of service, the Contractor shall send a written notice of the subpoena together with a copy of the same to the person designated for the Comptroller in Section 3 of this Agreement.
Subpoenas. Each party shall have the right to subpoena witnesses and documents for the arbitration. Arbitration Procedures The Company and Executive agree that, except as provided in this Arbitration Agreement, any arbitration shall be in accordance with the then-current Model Employment Arbitration Procedures of the American Arbitration Association ("AAA") before an Arbitrator who is licensed to practice law in the state of California ("Arbitrator"). The arbitration shall take place in or near the city in which Executive is or was last employed by the Company, if Executive is or was employed in the State of California. If Executive is or was employed outside the State of California, then at the Company's headquarters in Orange, California. The Arbitrator shall be selected as follows. The AAA shall give each party a list of 11 arbitrators drawn from its panel of labor-management dispute arbitrators. Each party may strike all names on the list it deems unacceptable. If only one common name remains on the lists of all parties, that individual shall be designated as the Arbitrator. If more than one common name remains on the lists of all parties, the parties shall strike names alternately until only one remains. The party who did not initiate the claim shall strike first. If no common name remains on the lists of all parties, the AAA shall furnish an additional list or lists until the Arbitrator is selected. The Arbitrator shall apply the substantive law (and the law of remedies, if applicable) of the state in which the claim arose, or federal law, or both, as applicable to the claim(s) asserted. The Federal Rules of Evidence shall apply. The Arbitrator, and not any federal, state, or local court or agency, shall have exclusive authority to resolve any dispute relating to the interpretation, applicability, enforceability or formation of this Agreement, including but not limited to any claim that all or any part of this Agreement is void or voidable. The arbitration shall be final and binding upon the parties. The Arbitrator shall have jurisdiction to hear and rule on pre-hearing disputes and is authorized to hold pre-hearing conferences by telephone or in person as the Arbitrator deems necessary. The Arbitrator shall have the authority to entertain a motion to dismiss and/or a motion for summary judgment by any party and shall apply the standards governing such motions under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Either party, at its expense, may arrange for and pay the ...
Subpoenas. If Executive is served with any subpoena or other compulsory judicial or administrative process calling for production of Confidential Information or if Executive is otherwise required by law or regulation to disclose Confidential Information, Executive will immediately, and prior to production or disclosure, notify Company and provide it with such information as may be necessary in order that Company may take such action as it deems necessary to protect its interest.
Subpoenas. Upon written request to the secretary of the Personnel Board (Human Resources Director) by the City, a grievant, appellant or of the parties= attorneys, the secretary shall cause to be prepared a subpoena to be issued by the Board Chair or Vice-Chair directing the attendance of the named witnesses or the production of books and records. The requesting party or its representative is responsible to serve the subpoenas on the person(s) sought to be witnesses or upon the party from which the production of books and records is sought. All costs associated with the preparation, issuance and service of a subpoena shall be borne by the requesting party. The parties shall not be required to serve subpoenas by the process set out in statute, but may serve them in person or by first class U.S. mail. No written request for the preparation or issuance of a subpoena shall be honored unless such written request is received by the secretary not less than six (6) calendar days prior to the date upon which the matter is to be heard by the Board. The subpoena shall be served not less than forty-eight (48) hours prior to the commencement of the Personnel Board meeting.