Wrongful Acts definition

Wrongful Acts means any Breach of Duty, defamation and fraud or dishonesty.
Wrongful Acts means any actual or alleged negligent act, error or omission, or series of continuous, repeated, related or interrelated acts, errors or omissions, alleged to have been committed by the Insured, solely while performing Professional Services for others for a fee.
Wrongful Acts means an actual or alleged negligent error, misstatement or misleading statement; an act of negligent omission or neglect, negligence or breach of duty, including misfeasance and nonfeasance by a named member rendered in the discharge of their duties. Wrongful act shall also include such acts in the Administration of Employee Benefits Programs and wrongful acts arising out of Employment Practices.

Examples of Wrongful Acts in a sentence

  • This Policy applies to Professional Incidents, Privacy Wrongful Acts or Occurrences taking place anywhere in the world, to the extent permitted by law.

  • However, any Claim or Proceeding arising from such Professional Incidents, Privacy Wrongful Acts or Occurrences must be made and brought in the United States of America, its territories and possessions, Puerto Rico or Canada.

  • These policies may also provide coverage for a Claim or Proceeding involving the same or continuous, repeated, or related Professional Incidents, Privacy Wrongful Acts or Occurrences for which the Insured and persons or organizations covered in those other policies are jointly and severally liable.

  • If during the Period of Insurance an administrator, liquidator or receiver is appointed to a Subsidiary, then the cover provided under this Section with respect to such Subsidiary is amended to apply only to Wrongful Acts committed prior to the date of such appointment.

  • The Extended Reporting Period endorsement will apply only to otherwise covered Claims for Professional Incidents, Privacy Wrongful Acts or Occurrences first taking place on or after the Retroactive Date, but before the end of the Policy Period.

More Definitions of Wrongful Acts

Wrongful Acts means "wrongful acts" as defined in the "underlying insurance" that provides directors and officers coverage.
Wrongful Acts means any actual or alleged breach of duty, breach of trust, neglect, error, misstatement, misleading statement, omission, breach of warranty of authority or other act done or wrongly attempted by the Insured in the course of their duties to the Named Organisation, or any matter claimed against the Insured solely by reason of their serving the Named Organisation. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the term ‘Wrongful Acts’ includes an ‘Employment Dispute’. All such causally connected wrongful acts shall be deemed interrelated Wrongful Acts.
Wrongful Acts means Wrongful Acts which are logically or causally connected by reason of any common fact, circumstance, situation, transaction or event. INVESTIGATIVE COSTS Investigative Costs means reasonable and necessary fees and expenses (other than regular or overtime wages or salaries) incurred by the Insured Entity, with the prior written consent of the Insurer, in connection with the investigation or evaluation of a Shareholder Xxxxxx.
Wrongful Acts means any actual or alleged Discrimination, Harassment, Retaliation, Workplace Tort or Wrongful Employment Decision committed by the Insured but only if such act relates to an Employee or an applicant for employment with the Company or an Outside Entity.
Wrongful Acts means any of the following, whether actual or alleged, and claimed by or on behalf of an existing or former “Employee” or an applicant for employment, and only if committed or allegedly committed by any of the “Insureds” in their capacity as such, resulting from employment-related “Discrimination”, “Harassment”, “Wrongful Termination”, or “Retaliation”, defamation, denial of training/seniority, failure to enforce policies, failure to hire, failure to grant tenure, false imprisonment, invasion of privacy, libel/slander, malicious prosecution, misrepresentation, negligent evaluation, negligent hiring or supervision, promissory estoppels and intentional interference with contract, violations of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, violations of the Family Medical Leave Act, wrongful demotion, wrongful discipline or wrongful deprivation of career opportunity. “Wrongful Acts” which share a common nexus of fact, series of acts or are causally connected shall be deemed Interrelated “Wrongful Acts”. Interrelated “Wrongful Acts” shall be deemed to have first occurred on the date the first of such acts occurred.
Wrongful Acts means any actual or alleged libel, slander, breach of trust, error, omission, misrepresentation, misstatement, misleading statement, neglect or breach of duty, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of warranty of authority or any other matter claimed against an Insured Person by reason of their acting in the capacity of an Insured Person. Wrongful Act(s) shall also mean Employment Wrongful Act(s). Related or continuous or repeated or causally connected Wrongful Acts shall constitute a single Wrongful Act.
Wrongful Acts means, with respect to any Liability Coverage Section, the acts, errors, omissions and other matters defined as Wrongful Acts in such Coverage Section.