The Consequences Sample Clauses

The Consequences. The consequences of xxxxxxx xxxxxxx violations can be severe. The following are examples under U.S. law applicable to the Company: For individuals who trade on inside information (or tip information to others): · a civil penalty of up to three times the profit gained or loss avoided;
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The Consequences. The consequences of xxxxxxx xxxxxxx violations can be substantial: For Individuals who trade on inside information (or tip information to others): • A jail term of up to 20 years (30 years in certain circumstances); • A civil penalty of up to three times the profit gained or loss avoided; and • A criminal fine (no matter how small the profit) of up to $5 million. For a company (as well as possibly any supervisory person) that fails to take appropriate steps to prevent illegal trading: • A civil penalty of the greater of $1 million or three times the profit gained or loss avoided as a result of the Individual’s violation; and • A criminal penalty of up to $25 million. In addition, plaintiffs may claim that Individuals or the Company are also liable to contemporaneous traders. Further, if the Company has a reasonable basis to conclude that an employee has violated the Company’s xxxxxxx xxxxxxx and communications policy, whether or not knowingly, the Company may impose sanctions, including dismissal for cause. Needless to say, any of the above consequences, even an SEC investigation that does not result in prosecution, can tarnish one’s reputation (as well as the Company’s) and irreparably damage a career. Finally, the size of a transaction has no impact on potential xxxxxxx xxxxxxx liability. In the past, even relatively small trades (e.g., trades as small as $400) have resulted in SEC investigations and lawsuits.
The Consequences. As with victims of child pornography, little is known about the consequences for children of seeing sexually explicit content. Research with adults has indicated an effect on behaviour and attitudes. However, because of ethical issues with regards to conducting similar research on youngsters, the impact of such content on children and young people is not a well researched area.
The Consequences. If you fail to follow any of the above guidelines, a member of the Garden Committee will contact you and give you (time usually from 1-2 weeks) to correct the problem. If you do not respond, your plot will be considered abandoned. Plantings will be removed from abandoned plots or harvested for charity and the gardener will not be eligible to return the following year.
The Consequences. The consequences of xxxxxxx xxxxxxx violations can be staggering: For individuals who trade on inside information (or tip information to others): . A civil penalty of up to three times the profit gained or loss avoided;

Related to The Consequences

  • CONTRACT CONSEQUENCES In the case of a state contractor, contributions made or solicited in violation of the above prohibitions may result in the contract being voided. In the case of a prospective state contractor, contributions made or solicited in violation of the above prohibitions shall result in the contract described in the state contract solicitation not being awarded to the prospective state contractor, unless the State Elections Enforcement Commission determines that mitigating circumstances exist concerning such violation. The State shall not award any other state contract to anyone found in violation of the above prohibitions for a period of one year after the election for which such contribution is made or solicited, unless the State Elections Enforcement Commission determines that mitigating circumstances exist concerning such violation. Additional information may be found on the website of the State Elections Enforcement Commission, xxx.xx.xxx/xxxx. Click on the link to “Lobbyist/Contractor Limitations.”

  • Tax Consequences It is intended that the Merger shall constitute a “reorganization” within the meaning of Section 368(a) of the Code, and that this Agreement shall constitute a “plan of reorganization” for purposes of Sections 354 and 361 of the Code.

  • Consequences The consequences for the Contractor’s failure to implement its affirmative action plan or make a good faith effort to do so include, but are not limited to, suspension or revocation of a certificate of compliance by the Commissioner, refusal by the Commissioner to approve subsequent plans, and termination of all or part of this Contract by the Commissioner or the State.

  • Termination Consequences In the event of this agreement being determined whether by effluxion of time Notice breach or otherwise:

  • No adverse consequences (a) It is not necessary under the laws of its jurisdiction of incorporation:

  • No Representation; Consequences of Breach, etc You acknowledge and agree that:

  • Financial Consequences The Department reserves the right to impose financial consequences when the Contractor fails to comply with the requirements of the Contract. The following financial consequences will apply for the Contractor’s non-performance under the Contract. The Customer and the Contractor may agree to add additional Financial Consequences on an as-needed basis beyond those stated herein to apply to that Customer’s resultant contract or purchase order. The State of Florida reserves the right to withhold payment or implement other appropriate remedies, such as Contract termination or nonrenewal, when the Contractor has failed to comply with the provisions of the Contract. The Contractor and the Department agree that financial consequences for non-performance are an estimate of damages which are difficult to ascertain and are not penalties. The financial consequences below will be paid and received by the Department of Management Services within 30 calendar days from the due date specified by the Department. These financial consequences below are individually assessed for failures over each target period beginning with the first full month or quarter of the Contract performance and every month or quarter, respectively, thereafter. Deliverable Performance Metric Performance Due Date Financial Consequence for Non-Performance Contractor will timely submit completed Quarterly Sales Reports All Quarterly Sales Reports will be submitted timely with the required information Reports are due on or before the 30th calendar day after the close of each State fiscal quarter $250 per Calendar Day late/not received by the Contract Manager Contractor will timely submit completed MFMP Transaction Fee Reports All MFMP Transaction Fee Reports will be submitted timely with the required information Reports are due on or before the 15th calendar day after the close of each month $100 per Calendar Day late/not received by the Contract Manager Failure to timely provide Quarterly Sales Reports, transaction fee reports, or other reports as required will result in the imposition of financial consequences and repeated failures or non- payment of financial consequences owed under this Contract may result in the Contractor being found in default and the termination of the Contract. No favorable action will be considered when Contractor has outstanding Contract Quarterly Sales Reports, MFMP Transaction Fee Reports, or any other documentation owed to the Department or Customer, to include fees / monies, that is required under this Contract.

  • Exclusion of Consequential Damages ‌ Notwithstanding anything contained herein to the contrary, neither Party will be liable under this Agreement or under any cause of action relating to the subject matter of this Agreement for any special, indirect, incidental, punitive, exemplary or consequential damages, including loss of profits, loss of use of any property or claims of customers or contractors of the Parties for any such damages.

  • Determination of Adverse Consequences The Parties shall take into account the time cost of money (using the Applicable Rate as the discount rate) in determining Adverse Consequences for purposes of this Section 8. All indemnification payments under this Section 8 shall be deemed adjustments to the Purchase Price.

  • Exclusion of Consequential Loss Except as expressly provided otherwise in clause 27 or the IRMP Provisions which form part of this Agreement under clause 3, neither Party is liable to the other under or in connection with this Agreement (including under an indemnity) for any Consequential Loss however caused (including any breach of this Agreement or negligent act or omission of a Party).