WRONGFUL ACT Sample Clauses

WRONGFUL ACT. The term "Wrongful Act" shall mean any breach of duty, neglect, error, misstatement, misleading statement, omission or other act done or wrongfully attempted by Indemnitee so alleged by any claimant or any other matter claimed against Indemnitee by reason of Indemnitee being a director, officer, employee or agent.
WRONGFUL ACT. The term "Wrongful Act" shall mean any breach of duty, neglect, error, misstatement, misleading statement, omission or other act done or wrongfully attempted by Indemnitee as alleged by any claimant or any other matter claimed against Indemnitee by reason of Indemnitee being a director, officer, consultant, employee or agent of the Company (or by reason of the fact that he is or was serving at the request of the Company as a director, officer, employee or agent of another corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust or other enterprise).
WRONGFUL ACT. Seller has not undertaken any knowingly wrongful action and shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Purchaser from and against any action or claim of third parties arising out of Seller's actions.

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Reprisal No reprisal of any kind will be made by the University or the UFF against any grievant, any witness, any UFF representative, or any other participant in the grievance procedure by reason of such participation.
Assault Leave Any employee who must be absent from his or her duties due to physical disability resulting from an assault by a student or the parent or legal guardian of a student of this system, while on duty and engaged in school- related activities, on or off school premises, before, during or after school hours, will be paid his or her full scheduled compensation for a maximum period of fifteen (15) days. Assault shall be defined as intentional physical touching. If permanently disabled, the employee must apply for disability retirement and no assault leave shall be granted after such retirement has been approved. The period of such absence, as defined in this provision, shall be termed "Assault Leave." Before Assault Leave can be approved, the employee shall furnish to the Superintendent, a written, signed statement describing the circumstances and events surrounding the assault and the cause thereof, including the location and time of the assault, name and address of victims and witnesses, and a description of the injuries sustained by each victim of the assault. If medical attention is required or sought, the employee shall also furnish to the Superintendent a statement of the nature of the disability and its duration, which has been signed by a physician licensed in the State of Ohio. Falsification of either the written signed statement of the events or circumstances surrounding the assault or the physician's statements shall be grounds for suspension or termination of employment. Assault Leave, which is approved by the Superintendent, shall not be charged against sick leave earned or earnable by the employee or any other leave to which the employee is entitled. Assault leave shall be immediately paid to the employee by the district at the employee’s current rate of pay and if Worker’s Compensation is applied for and granted, the employee shall reimburse Springfield City School District at the rate paid by Worker’s Compensation after payment is received from Worker’s Compensation. The Board may require an examination by and a certificate from a licensed physician, chosen and paid by the Board that the employee was disabled from performance of any duties which the employee is qualified to perform and the nature and duration of such disability. The employee is encouraged to file appropriate action against the person committing the assault, including criminal charges or civil action or both, in case of any assault or injuries.
CIVIL RIGHTS ACT This Agreement is subject to the compliance requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended (42 U.S.C. § 2000d) relating to nondiscrimination in Federally assisted programs. The Performer has signed an Assurance of Compliance with the nondiscriminatory provisions of the Act.
Parenting Leave Parenting Leave consists of Maternity Leave and Parental Leave. Parental Leave includes Paternity and Adoption Leave.
Child Rearing Leave If an employee does not desire to return to her position as soon as she is physically able to do so, following the birth of a child, or a father wishes to remain home to rear a newborn child, he/she may apply for a child rearing leave under the following conditions:
Parental Leave (a) A nurse who becomes a parent of a child is eligible to take a parental leave in accordance with the provisions of the Employment Standards Act, except where amended in this provision.
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). The parties acknowledge applicability of the federal Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to employees represented by the Union. The parties further agree to the following provisions in the administration of the FMLA.
Catastrophic Leave Upon request of an employee and upon approval of a department director or designee, annual leave, CTO, MODTO, vacation, and/or holiday leave credits may be transferred from one or more employees to another employee, in accordance with departmental policies and under certain conditions listed below. Sick leave credits cannot be transferred under this provision.
FMLA Leave As required by federal law, upon completion of one (1) year of continuous employment, any employee who has worked at least one thousand two hundred fifty (1250) hours during the prior twelve (12) months shall be entitled to up to twelve (12) weeks of unpaid leave per year for the birth, adoption or placement of a foster child; to care for a spouse or immediate family member with a serious health condition; or when the employee is unable to work due to a serious health condition. The Employer shall maintain the employee’s health benefits during this leave and shall reinstate the employee to the employee’s former or equivalent position at the conclusion of the leave. If a particular period of leave qualifies under both the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA), state law and/or other provisions of this Agreement, the leaves shall run concurrently. This leave shall be interpreted consistently with the rights, requirements, limitations and conditions set forth in the federal law and shall not be more broadly construed. The employee must use any accrued paid leave time for which the employee is eligible during the leave of absence. The use of Family and Medical Leave shall not result in the loss of any employment benefit that accrued prior to the commencement of the leave. Under certain conditions, Family and Medical Leave may be taken intermittently or on a reduced work schedule. Generally, employees must give at least thirty (30) days’ advance notice to the Employer of the request for leave when the leave is foreseeable. The family leave required by the federal Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 shall be in addition to any leave for sickness or temporary disability because of pregnancy or childbirth pursuant to RCW 49.78.
Parenthood Leave A Parenthood leave of absence shall be granted to a natural parent or an adoptive parent, who requests such leave in conjunction with the birth or adoption of a child. The leave shall commence on the date requested by the employee and shall continue up to six