Materially Adverse definition

Materially Adverse means, with respect to an event or circumstance, that such event or circumstance has had or is reasonably expected to have a material adverse effect on the Company and its Subsidiaries, taken as a whole; it being understood that an event or circumstance would have a material adverse effect on the Company and its Subsidiaries, taken as a whole, if the Excess Cash Flow for the Company's most recently ended four full fiscal quarters for which internal financial statements are available immediately preceding the date on which such event or circumstance occurred or commenced to exist, as applicable, would have decreased by more than 5.0%, determined on a Pro Forma basis.
Materially Adverse means, with respect to a person, any change, effect, event or occurrence that, individually or in the aggregate, is, or would reasonably be expected to be, material and adverse to the business, properties, assets, prospects, liabilities (contingent or otherwise), condition (financial or otherwise), capitalization, operations or results of operations of such person and its subsidiaries, taken as a whole, other than any change, effect, event or occurrence (i) in or relating to general political, economic or financial conditions, including in Canada, the United States, Greece, China, Brazil or Turkey, (ii) in or relating to the state of securities markets in general, including any reduction in market indices, (iii) in or relating to currency exchange rates, (iv) in or relating to the industries in which such person operates in general or the market for gold in general, (v) in or relating to Canadian generally accepted accounting principles or regulatory accounting requirements, (vi) in or relating to any Applicable Laws or any interpretation thereof by any Agency, or (vii) relating to a change in the market trading price of the Common Shares either: (A) related to this Agreement and the Amended Offer or the announcement thereof; or (B) related to such a change in the market trading price primarily resulting from a change, effect, event or occurrence excluded from this definition of Materially Adverse under clauses (i) to (vi) above, provided, however, that such effect referred to in clauses (i) to (vi) above does not primarily relate to (or have the effect of primarily relating to) that person or its Subsidiaries or disproportionately adversely affect that person and its Subsidiaries, taken as a whole, compared to other companies of similar size operating in the industry in which that person and its Subsidiaries operate;
Materially Adverse means any material change to the timeshare plan that substantially reduces the benefits or increases the costs to purchasers. Material or materially adverse does not include the correction of any typographical or other nonsubstantive changes. If the Commission determines that a registration, if amended in the manner indicated in an application to amend a registration, would continue to satisfy all requirements for registration, the Commission shall promptly notify the applicant in writing that the registration has been amended, specifying the effective date of the amendment. If the Commission determines that a registration, if amended in the manner indicated in an application to amend a registration, would fail to satisfy a requirement for registration, the Commission shall promptly notify the applicant of any deficiency. The Commission may require the applicant to revise and resubmit written documents filed with the application or to provide additional information if the Commission determines that the application or written material filed with the application is incomplete or inaccurate. Upon submission by an applicant of a response sufficient in the opinion of the Commission to cure any deficiency in the application, the Commission shall promptly notify the applicant that the registration has been amended, specifying the effective date of the amendment.

More Definitions of Materially Adverse

Materially Adverse when used in respect of a fact, circumstance, change, effect, occurrence, event or term means a fact, circumstance, change, effect, occurrence, event or term that (a) materially and adversely affects, or would reasonably be expected to materially and adversely affect, the business, assets, liabilities, condition (financial or otherwise) or capital of the Company, or (b) prevents, or would reasonably be expected to prevent, the Company from performing its obligations under this Agreement or consummating the transactions contemplated herein; provided, however, that it will not include: (i) any fact, circumstance, event, change, effect, occurrence, event or term relating to the global economy or securities markets in general; or (ii) any fact, circumstance, event, change, effect, occurrence or event affecting the industry in which the Company operates in general and which, in each case, does not have a materially disproportionate effect on the Company relative to comparable entities operating in the industry in which the Company conducts its business;
Materially Adverse means any change, other than those specifically contemplated by or permitted pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, having an economic value in excess of $25,000.
Materially Adverse means, with respect to a person, a fact, circumstance, event or term, or change in a fact, circumstance, event or term that is or would reasonably be expected to materially and adversely affect the condition (financial or otherwise), operations, results of operations, business, assets, Liabilities or capital of that person.
Materially Adverse has the meaning ascribed to such term in the Support Agreement;
Materially Adverse means the retaliatory act “might have dissuaded a reasonable worker from making or supporting a charge of discrimination.” Id. (internal quotation marks and citation omitted). Minor slights and disagreements with supervisors are not protected by Title VII. See id. The requirement of materiality separates actionable, significant harm from trivial harms. See id. (noting that Title VII does not set fortha general civility code for the American workplace,” nor protect against “the ordinary tribulations of the workplace”) (citations omitted).
Materially Adverse means any material change to the timeshare plan that substantially reduces the benefits or increases the costs to purchasers.