For Good Reason definition

For Good Reason as defined in Section 6.4.
For Good Reason shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.4.
For Good Reason means the Grantee’s termination of employment with the Company as a result of the initial occurrence, without the Grantee’s consent, of one or more of the following events:

Examples of For Good Reason in a sentence

  • Executive shall have the right at any time to resign his employment under this Agreement For Good Reason.

  • As used in this Agreement, a termination “Without Good Reason” shall mean termination of Executive’s employment by Executive other than For Good Reason pursuant to SECTION 3.2(b) below.

  • If the Employee’s employment with the Company terminates other than as a result of an Involuntary Termination or Resignation For Good Reason, then the Employee will not be entitled to receive severance change in control benefits as defined in this Section 2 or other severance or benefits except for those (if any) as may then be established under the Company’s then existing severance and benefits plans and practices or pursuant to other written agreements with the Company.

  • If the Employment Period terminates because of a Termination Without Cause or a Termination For Good Reason, Executive shall be entitled to out-placement services, provided by the Company or its designee at the Company’s expense, for 12 months following the Date of Termination, or such lesser period as the Executive may require such services.

  • By Executive Other Than For Good Reason or By Executive’s Non-Renewal.

More Definitions of For Good Reason

For Good Reason means any voluntary termination by written resignation of the Active Status of a Participant after a Change of Control because of: (1) a material reduction in the Partner’s authority, responsibilities or scope of employment; (2) an assignment of duties to the Partner materially inconsistent with the Partner’s role at the Company (including its Subsidiaries) prior to the Change of Control, (3) a material reduction in the Partner’s base salary or total incentive compensation; (4) a material reduction in the Partner’s benefits unless such reduction applies to all Partners of comparable rank; or (5) the relocation of the Partner’s primary work location more than 50 miles from the Partner’s primary work location prior to the Change of Control. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a Participant shall not be deemed to have Resigned for Good Reason unless the Participant, within one year after a Change of Control, (i) notifies the Company of the existence of the condition giving rise to a Resignation for Good Reason within 90 days of the initial existence of such condition, (ii) gives the Company at least 30 days following the date on which the Company receives such notice (and prior to termination) in which to remedy the condition, and (iii) if the Company does not remedy such condition within such 30-day period, actually terminates employment within 60 days after the expiration of such 30-day period (and before the Company remedies such condition). If the Company remedies such condition within such 30-day period (or at any time prior to the Participant’s actual termination), then any Resignation for Good Reason by the Participant on account of such condition will not be a Resignation for Good Reason.
For Good Reason means: (a) the Employer’s material breach of this Agreement; or (b) a material reduction in Executive’s position, duties and responsibilities from those described in Section 2.3 of this Agreement.
For Good Reason means:
For Good Reason. For purposes of this Agreement, the phrase "for good reason" and variations of it shall mean because of:
For Good Reason means (A) any reduction in duties, responsibility, position or compensation; (B) relocation of the Employee from the Atlanta, Georgia area or the Dallas, Texas area; (C) Employer’s material breach of this Agreement; or (D) Employer’s refusal or failure to establish and follow lawful policies and practices.
For Good Reason means the Employee’s Termination of Employment is by the Employee other than on death or On Account of Disability and based on:
For Good Reason means (i) a material diminution in the Executive’s Base Salary or Target Annual Cash Bonus, (ii) a material diminution in Executive’s title, authority, duties and responsibilities as compared to Executive’s title, authority, duties and responsibilities measured immediately after the Effective Date, (iii) any requirement that the Executive report to anyone but (A) the Chief Executive Officer of the ultimate parent entity, or (B) if the Company becomes a subsidiary or a division of another entity, the most senior executive of such subsidiary or division, (iv) any material breach by the Company or related entities of this Agreement or the Executive’s other agreements with the Company or related entities, (v) the failure of any successor to all or substantially all of the Company’s business or assets to promptly assume and continue this Agreement, whether contractually or as a matter of law, within fifteen (15) days of the transaction which gives rise to the successor’s rights in this Agreement and (v) any requirement by the Company that Executive relocate his personal residence to any city more than 50 miles from Raleigh, North Carolina. The Company and Executive agree that Executive’s position will have certain expanded duties (the “Public Company Duties”) solely as a result of the Company’s IPO and subsequent status as a publicly traded company (e.g., investor relations, earnings calls, Board and Board committee administration, regulatory filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission). For the avoidance of doubt, the Company and Executive agree that Executive’s resignation under Section 3.2(b)(i) shall not be deemed “For Good Reason” solely as a result of the Company reducing or eliminating the Executive’s Public Company Duties, without changing Executive’s title, compensation and other authorities and duties, at any time before the second anniversary of the IPO as a result of Executive failing to adequately perform such Public Company Duties. Notwithstanding the foregoing, no event shall be a Good Reason event unless the Executive gives the Company written notice thereof within ninety (90) days of the first occurrence thereof, the Company does not cure such event within thirty (30) days of the giving of such notice and the Executive does not terminate employment prior to sixty (60) days after the end of the cure period.