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Good Cause contract clause examples

Good Cause” means (i) the Participant engaging in an act or acts involving a crime, moral turpitude, fraud, or dishonesty, (ii) the Participant willfully taking any action that may be materially injurious to the business or reputation of the Company or (iii) the Participant willfully violating in a material respect the Company’s Corporate Governance Guidelines, Code of Conduct and Ethics or any other applicable code of conduct, all as may be amended from time to time, including, without limitation, provisions thereof relating to conflicts of interest or related party transactions.

Good Cause. For purposes of this Agreement, a termination shall be for “Good Cause” if Employee shall:

Good Cause. “Good Cause,” as it applies to the determination of the Company to terminate the employment of a Covered Executive, shall mean any one or more of the following: (i) Executive’s willful,

Good Cause” means (i) the Participant engaging in an act or acts involving a crime, moral turpitude, fraud, or dishonesty, (ii) the Participant willfully taking any action that may be materially injurious to the business or reputation of the Company or (iii) the Participant willfully violating in a material respect the Company’s Corporate Governance Guidelines, Code of Conduct and Ethics or any other applicable code of conduct, all as may be amended from time to time, including, without limitation, provisions thereof relating to conflicts of interest or related party transactions.

Good Cause. For purposes of this Agreement, a termination shall be for “Good Cause” if Employee, in the subjective, good faith opinion of Employer, shall:

Good Cause . In the event the Executive’s employment is terminated (i) by the Company for Good Cause, or (ii) by the Executive without Good Reason, then the Company shall have no duty to make any payments or provide any benefits to the Executive pursuant to this Agreement (other than the Accrued Rights).

Good Cause. “Good Cause,” as it applies to the determination of the Company to terminate the employment of an Executive, shall mean any one or more of the following: (i) Executive’s willful, material, and irreparable breach of Executive’s duties to the Company; (ii) Executive’s gross negligence in the performance or intentional nonperformance (continuing for 30 days after receipt of written notice of need to cure) of any of Executive’s material duties and responsibilities; (iii) Executive’s willful dishonesty, fraud, or misconduct with respect to the business or affairs of the Company, which materially and adversely affects the operations or reputation of the Company; (iv) Executive’s indictment for, conviction of, or guilty plea to a felony crime involving dishonesty or moral turpitude whether or not relating to the Company; or (v) a confirmed positive illegal drug test result.

Good Cause” means (i) the Participant engaging in an act or acts involving a crime, moral turpitude, fraud, or dishonesty, (ii) the Participant willfully taking any action that may be materially injurious to the business or reputation of the Company or (iii) the Participant willfully violating in a material respect the Company’s Corporate Governance Guidelines, Code of Conduct and Ethics or any other applicable code of conduct, all as may be amended from time to time, including, without limitation, provisions thereof relating to conflicts of interest or related party transactions.

Good Cause” means: (a) a material and substantial breach of the terms of this AVC by the Administrator, including the failure to comply with the terms and limitations of this AVC, (b) any act of dishonesty, misappropriation, embezzlement, intentional fraud, or similar conduct by the Administrator, (c) any intentional act of bias or prejudice in favor or against either party or Students by the Administrator, or (d) conduct by the Administrator that demonstrates unfitness to serve in any administrative capacity. Good Cause shall not include disagreements with the decisions of the Administrator pursuant to this AVC, unless there is a clear pattern in the Administrator’s decisions that demonstrates or shows that the Administrator has not been acting as an independent third

Good Cause. “Good Cause,” as it applies to the determination of the Company to terminate the employment of an Executive, shall mean any one or more of the following: (i) Executive’s willful, material, and irreparable breach of Executive’s duties to the Company; (ii) Executive’s gross negligence in the performance or intentional nonperformance (continuing for 30 days after receipt of written notice of need to cure) of any of Executive’s material duties and responsibilities; (iii) Executive’s willful dishonesty, fraud, or misconduct with respect to the business or affairs of the Company, which materially and adversely affects the operations or reputation of the Company; (iv) Executive’s indictment for, conviction of, or guilty plea to a felony crime involving dishonesty or moral turpitude whether or not relating to the Company; or (v) a confirmed positive illegal drug test result.

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