The Claims. The claim or claims shall define the matter for which protection is sought. Claims shall be clear and concise. They shall be fully supported by the descrip- tion.
The Claims. For the purposes of this Agreement, "CLAIMS" shall mean claims with respect to any of the following: (a) breach of contract; (b) discrimination, retaliation, or constructive or wrongful discharge; (c) lost wages, lost employee benefits, physical and personal injury, stress, mental distress, or impaired reputation; (d) claims arising under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act ("ADEA"), Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Equal Pay Act, or any other federal, state or local laws or regulations prohibiting employment discrimination; (e) attorneys' fees or (f) any other claim arising from or relating to the Executive's employment with the Company and/or his separation from service, including claims with respect to the Severance Agreement dated May 5, 1999 between the Executive and the Company, which the Parties agree is terminated by mutual consent as of the date of the expiration of the seven-day revocation period described in Section 16.3, provided, however, that the term "Claim" shall not include any claims reserved by the Executive pursuant to Section 5.2 above.
The Claims. For the purposes of this Agreement, “Claims” mean and include, without limitation, Claims with respect to any of the following: (i) breach of contract; (ii) discrimination, retaliation, or constructive or wrongful discharge; (iii) lost wages, lost employee benefits, physical and personal injury, stress, mental distress, or impaired reputation; (iv) Claims arising under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (“ADEA”), the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act, the Washington State Law Against Discrimination, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Equal Pay Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, or any other federal, state or local laws or regulations prohibiting employment discrimination; (v) attorneys’ fees; and (vi) any other Claim arising from or relating to Employee’s employment with Safeco and/or Employee’s separation from service.
The Claims. The Claims are legal, valid, bidding and enforceable claims granted by the United States Bureau of Land Management to Seller and, to the knowledge of Seller are in full force and effect and Seller has not, nor to its knowledge has any other party thereto, violated any provision thereof, and complete copies of all of the Claims disclosed on Exhibit A of this Agreement have been delivered to Buyer. Except as set forth on Schedule 6(e), none of the Claims is subject to modification, lapse or termination, not is the consent of any party required, as a result of the execution and delivery of this Agreement or the consummation of the transaction it contemplates.
The Claims. 4.1 Chapter Outline This chapter sets out the key arguments in the claimant’s case, including criticism of the development, implementation, and likely eﬀect of roc*roi and macrns. The chapter details Mr Hemopo’s concerns with the roc*roi tool, including the reasons for reducing the weight- ing of the ethnicity variable to zero, consultation over the development of roc*roi, and the possible prejudicial eﬀect of the tool. macrns are claimed to be flawed in their inception, consultation, and implementation, and to have a potentially prejudical eﬀect on Maori oﬀenders. Mr Hemopo claimed that the departmental review of macrns was not accorded suﬃcient weight by the department, nor was it followed up in any meaningful way. 4.2 The ROC*ROI Model 4.2.1 Concerns with the ethnicity variable
The Claims. Pursuant to that certain Purchase Agreement dated as of February 19, 2003, among CP RS Holdings (now known as Aventine), Williams, and WES (the “Purchase Agreement”), Aventine acquired 100% of the then-issued and outstanding limited liability company interests of Williams Bio-Energy, LLC (now known as Aventine Renewable Energy, LLC). Williams Bio-Energy, LLC, on the date of the execution of the Purchase Agreement, owned a majority interest in NELLC, which at the time owned and operated that certain ethanol production facility located in Aurora, Nebraska (the “Aurora Plant”). Pursuant to the terms of the Purchase Agreement, Williams and WES agreed to retain certain scheduled liabilities and made certain representations and warranties with respect to the assets of Williams Bio-Energy, LLC, including the Aurora Plant. On April 7, 2005, the District Court of Hamilton County, Nebraska, entered that certain Consent Decree in Case No. CI 05-41 (the “Aurora Consent Decree”) requiring, among other things, the implementation of an air pollution control technology plan with respect to the Aurora Plant. Claimant has asserted, under the terms of the Purchase Agreement, claims for indemnification and demands that Williams and WES pay for certain costs and expenses allegedly incurred by Claimant in connection with the Aurora Plant arising from or relating to the Aurora Consent Decree, including such costs and expenses presented in that certain Aventine’s Report on Nebraska Energy LLC Consent Decree Project dated October 17, 2007 (such claims for indemnification and demands collectively, the “Aurora Consent Decree Claims”).
The Claims. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Newmont shall surrender, convey, and quitclaim to GAC, and GAC shall purchase and assume from Newmont, free and clear of all liens, claims, charges or encumbrances created by through or under Newmont, all of Newmont’s right, title, interest and obligations in and to the Claims as described in Part 1 of Exhibit A attached hereto.
The Claims. The “Claims” shall mean any and all known or unknown, past, existing, potential or future claims, demands, suits, actions, or requests for relief or action or forbearance of any kind or description asserted in or relating to the Declaratory Judgment Action, the Underlying Actions, the aircraft conversions at issue in the Declaratory Judgment Action and the conversion, repair, maintenance, upgrade, or modification of the aircraft at issue in the Underlying Actions. It is specifically understood and agreed that the “Claims” shall also include, without limitation, any claim, demand, suit, action or request for relief arising out of the action Kalitta Air L.L.C., et al. v. Central Texas Technologies Airborne Systems, Inc., Action No. C97-0378CW.