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Suggests a substantial increase in the likelihood that the Borrower will become the subject of a bankruptcy or insolvency proceeding.

Related to Suggests

  • Regulatory Action (a) If Executive is removed and/or permanently prohibited from participating in the conduct of the Bank’s affairs by an order issued under Section 8(e)(4) or 8(g)(1) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (“FDIA”) (12 U.S.C. 1818(e)(4) and (g)(1)), all obligations of the Bank under this Agreement shall terminate, as of the effective date of such order.

  • Study Resolution of issues surrounding Keno facility are an important part of achieving the overall goals of this Settlement. Accordingly, the Secretary, in consultation with affected Parties, shall study issues specific to the Keno facility, with specific focus on addressing water quality, fish passage, transfer of title to the Keno facility from PacifiCorp to Interior, future operations and maintenance, and landowner agreements. The study of the Keno facility will be designed with the goals of addressing these issues and maintaining the benefits the dam currently provides.

  • Regulatory Activities (a) As between the Parties, Adapt shall be responsible for preparing, obtaining, and maintaining Drug Approval Applications (including the setting of the overall regulatory strategy therefor), other Regulatory Approvals and other submissions, and for conducting communications with the Regulatory Authorities, for Products (which shall include filings of or with respect to INDs and other filings or communications with the Regulatory Authorities), in each case in accordance with the terms of this Agreement and otherwise in Adapt’s sole discretion. All Regulatory Approvals applied for or received after the Effective Date relating to Products shall be owned by and held in the name of, Adapt. At Adapt’s request, Lightlake shall transfer ownership of the IND in respect of the initial Product to Adapt at no cost and shall take such action as is necessary to confirm such transfer with the FDA.

  • Adjunct Faculty The College acknowledges that a reasonable effort shall be made to assign adjunct faculty who are fully qualified by virtue of their academic credentials, training, classroom evaluations, recent experience, current discipline-related technology, pedagogical techniques in the classroom and date of hire as defined in Article 4.10. First, the College will make a reasonable effort to assign adjunct faculty covered by this Agreement at least three (3) credit hours of contingent assignments that will most likely run during each fall and spring semester of an academic year before providing a contingent assignment to non-unit adjunct faculty. Second, the College will make a reasonable effort to assign Level II adjunct faculty covered by this Agreement, who indicate availability, a minimum of nine (9) contact hours of contingent assignments that will most likely run during each fall and spring semester of an academic year before providing a contingent assignment to non-unit adjunct faculty. Third, the College will make a reasonable effort to offer adjunct faculty, covered by this Agreement, who are considered to be excellent faculty and who indicate availability for more than three (3) contact hours at least six (6) contact hours within the remaining staffing needs of the College. At the sole discretion of the xxxx, an adjunct faculty member may be deemed “not excellent”. In such cases, the xxxx must provide in writing to the adjunct faculty member the reason for “not excellent” status along with recommendations for improvement to the adjunct faculty member nine (9) weeks prior to the start of the next academic semester. The College will put forth a reasonable effort to notify an adjunct faculty member of their contingent work assignment for the next regular semester six (6) weeks before the start of that semester. To demonstrate a reasonable effort, the College will contact adjunct faculty via phone and/or the College email system.

  • Complaints Investigation ‌ An employee who complains of harassment under the provisions of the Human Rights Code of British Columbia may refer the complaint to either one or other of the following processes:

  • Regulatory Actions The following provisions shall be applicable to the parties to the extent that they are required to be included in employment agreements between a savings bank and its employees pursuant to Section 563.39(b) of the Office of Thrift Supervision (“OTS”) Rules and Regulations, 12 C.F.R. §563.39(b), or any successor thereto, and shall be controlling in the event of a conflict with any other provision of this Agreement, including without limitation Section 5 hereof.

  • Feedback During the course of this Agreement, Provider agrees to provide and SAP will solicit Provider’s input regarding Software, products, services, business or technology plans, including, without limitation, comments or suggestions regarding the possible creation, modification, correction, improvement or enhancement of software, products and/or services, or input as to whether Provider believes SAP’s development direction is consistent with their own business and IT needs, the technology marketplace in general, and the like (collectively “Feedback”). Provider acknowledges and agrees that any information disclosed by SAP during discussions related to Feedback shall be considered SAP Confidential Information and shall be protected from disclosure in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. In order for SAP to utilize such Feedback, Provider grants to SAP a non-exclusive, perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free license, with the right to sublicense to SAP’s licensees and customers, under all relevant Provider intellectual property rights, to use, publish, and disclose such Feedback in any manner SAP chooses and to display, perform, copy, make, have made, use, sell, and otherwise dispose of SAP's and its sub-licensees’ products or services embodying Feedback in any manner and via any media SAP chooses, without reference to the source. SAP shall be entitled to use Feedback for any purpose without restriction or remuneration of any kind with respect to Provider and/or its representatives. Provider acknowledges that the information related to Software or SAP, products, services, business or technology plans, disclosed to it under this Agreement, is only intended as possible strategies, developments, and functionalities of the SAP products or services and is not intended to be binding upon SAP to any particular course of business, product strategy, and/or development.

  • Product Complaints Subdistributor shall promptly notify Distributor of (but in no event later than 24 hours after receipt), and provide, upon Distributor’s request, reasonable assistance to address and investigate, any complaint or adverse claim about any Product or its use of which Subdistributor becomes aware;

  • Grievability Denial of a petition for reinstatement is grievable. The grievance may not be based on information other than that shared with the Employer at the time of the petition for reinstatement.

  • Investigatory Interviews When an employee is required by the City to attend an interview conducted by the City for purposes of investigating an incident which may lead to discipline/discharge of that employee because of that particular incident, the employee shall have the right to request that the employee be accompanied at the investigatory interview by a representative of the Union. If the employee makes such a request, the request shall be made to the City representative conducting the investigatory interview. The City, when faced with such a request, may: