Cause

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Cause. Shall mean (i) any act of personal dishonesty taken by the Employee in connection with his responsibilities as an employee which is intended to result in substantial personal enrichment of the Employee, (ii) Employee's conviction of a felony which the Board reasonably believes has had or will have a material detrimental effect on the Company's reputation or business, (iii) a willful act by the Employee which constitutes misconduct and is injurious to the Company, and (iv) continued willful... violations by the Employee of the Employee's obligations to the Company after there has been delivered to the Employee a written demand for performance from the Company which describes the basis for the Company's belief that the Employee has not substantially performed his duties. View More
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Cause. Shall “Cause” shall mean (i) any act of personal dishonesty taken by the Employee in connection with his responsibilities as an employee which is intended to result in substantial personal enrichment of the Employee, (ii) Employee's Employee’s conviction of a felony which the Board reasonably believes has had or will have a material detrimental effect on the Company's Company’s reputation or business, (iii) a willful act by the Employee which constitutes misconduct and is injurious to the... Company, and (iv) continued willful violations by the Employee of the Employee's Employee’s obligations to the Company after there has been delivered to the Employee a written demand for performance from the Company which describes the basis for the Company's Company’s belief that the Employee has not substantially performed his duties. View More
Cause. Shall “Cause” shall mean (i) any act of personal dishonesty taken by the Employee in connection with his responsibilities as an employee which is intended to result in substantial personal enrichment of the Employee, (ii) Employee's Employee’s conviction of a felony which the Board reasonably believes has had or will have a material detrimental effect on the Company's Company’s reputation or business, (iii) a willful act by the Employee which constitutes misconduct and is injurious to the... Company, and (iv) continued willful violations by the Employee of the Employee's Employee’s obligations to the Company after there has been delivered to the Employee a written demand for performance from the Company which describes the basis for the Company's Company’s belief that the Employee has not substantially performed his duties. View More
Cause. Shall “Cause” shall mean (i) any an act of personal dishonesty taken by the Employee in connection with his responsibilities as an employee which is and intended to result in substantial personal enrichment of the Employee, (ii) Employee's conviction Employee being convicted of a felony which the Board reasonably believes has had or will have a material detrimental effect on the Company's reputation or business, felony, (iii) a willful act by the Employee which constitutes gross misconduct and which is injurious to the Company, and (iv) continued willful violations by following delivery to the Employee of the Employee's obligations to the Company after there has been delivered to the Employee a written demand for performance from the Company which describes the basis for the Company's Company’s reasonable belief that the Employee has not substantially performed his duties. duties, continued violations by the Employee of the Employee’s obligations to the Company which are demonstrably willful and deliberate on the Employee’s part. View More
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Cause. The Company shall have "Cause" to terminate Executive's employment hereunder upon: (i) The Board's reasonable, good faith determination that Executive has refused to (A) substantially perform the duties associated with Executive's position with the Company or (B) carry out the reasonable and lawful instructions of the Board concerning duties or actions consistent with the Executive's position with the Company; (ii) Executive's breach of a material provision of this Agreement that, to the extent... capable of cure, has remained uncured for a period of thirty (30) days following written notice from the Company; (iii) Executive's conviction, plea of no contest, plea of nolo contendere, or imposition of unadjudicated probation for any felony or crime involving moral turpitude; (iv) Executive's unlawful use (including being under the influence) or possession of illegal drugs on the Company's (or any of its affiliate's) premises or while performing Executive's duties and responsibilities under this Agreement; or (v) Executive's commission of any act of fraud, embezzlement, misappropriation, willful misconduct, or breach of fiduciary duty against the Company or any of its affiliates. View More
Cause. The Company shall have "Cause" to terminate Executive's employment hereunder upon: (i) The Chief Executive Officer's or the Board's reasonable, good faith determination in its sole discretion that Executive has refused to (A) substantially perform the duties associated with Executive's position with the Company or (B) carry out the reasonable and lawful instructions of the Board Chief Executive Officer (other than as a result of illness or Disability) concerning duties or actions consistent... with the Executive's position with and that such refusal has continued for a period of ten (10) days following written notice from the Company; (ii) Executive's breach of a material provision of this Agreement that, to the extent capable of cure, has remained uncured for a period of thirty (30) days following written notice from the Company; Agreement; (iii) Executive's conviction, plea of no contest, plea of nolo contendere, or imposition of unadjudicated probation for any felony or crime involving moral turpitude; (iv) Executive's unlawful use (including being under the influence) or possession of illegal drugs on the Company's (or any of its affiliate's) premises or while performing Executive's duties and responsibilities under this Agreement; or (v) Executive's commission of any an act of fraud, embezzlement, misappropriation, willful misconduct, or breach of fiduciary duty against the Company or any of its affiliates. View More
Cause. The Company shall have "Cause" “Cause” to terminate Executive's Executive’s employment hereunder upon: (i) The Board's Company’s reasonable, good faith determination that Executive has refused to (A) substantially perform the duties associated with Executive's Executive’s position with the Company or (B) carry out the reasonable and lawful instructions of the CEO or the Board concerning duties or actions consistent with the Executive's Executive’s position with the Company; (ii) Executive's Executive’s breach of a material provision of this Agreement that, to the extent capable of cure, has remained uncured for a period of thirty (30) days following written notice from the Company; (iii) Executive's Executive’s conviction, plea of no contest, plea of nolo contendere, or imposition of unadjudicated probation for any felony or crime involving moral turpitude; (iv) Executive's Executive’s unlawful use (including being under the influence) or possession of illegal drugs on the Company's Company’s (or any of its affiliate's) affiliate’s) premises or while performing Executive's Executive’s duties and responsibilities under this Agreement; or (v) Executive's Executive’s commission of any act of fraud, embezzlement, misappropriation, willful misconduct, or breach of fiduciary duty against the Company or any of its affiliates. View More
Cause. The Company shall have "Cause" “Cause” to terminate Executive's Executive’s employment hereunder upon: (i) The Board's Board’s reasonable, good faith determination that Executive has refused to (A) substantially perform the duties associated with Executive's Executive’s position with the Company or (B) carry out the reasonable and lawful instructions of the Board concerning duties or actions consistent with the Executive's Executive’s position with the Company; (ii) Executive's Executive’s... breach of a material provision of this Agreement that, to the extent capable of cure, has remained uncured for a period of thirty (30) days following written notice from the Company; (iii) Executive's Executive’s conviction, plea of no contest, plea of nolo contendere, or imposition of unadjudicated probation for any felony or crime involving moral turpitude; (iv) Executive's Executive’s unlawful use (including being under the influence) or possession of illegal drugs on the Company's Company’s (or any of its affiliate's) affiliate’s) premises or while performing Executive's Executive’s duties and responsibilities under this Agreement; or (v) Executive's Executive’s commission of any act of fraud, embezzlement, misappropriation, willful misconduct, or breach of fiduciary duty against the Company or any of its affiliates. View More
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Cause. For purposes of this Agreement, "Cause" is defined as (i) an act of dishonesty made by Executive in connection with Executive's responsibilities as an employee, (ii) Executive's conviction of, or plea of nolo contendere to, a felony, (iii) Executive's gross misconduct, or (iv) Executive's continued substantial violations of his employment duties after Executive has received a written demand for performance from the Company which specifically sets forth the factual basis for the Company's belief... that Executive has not substantially performed his duties. View More
Cause. For purposes of this Agreement, "Cause" is defined as Means (i) an act of dishonesty made by the Executive in connection with the Executive's responsibilities as an employee, (ii) the Executive's conviction of, or plea of nolo contendere to, a felony, (iii) the Executive's gross misconduct, misconduct or (iv) the Executive's continued substantial violations of his employment duties after the Executive has received a written demand for performance from the Company Board which specifically sets... forth the factual basis for the Company's belief that the Executive has not substantially performed his duties. View More
Cause. For purposes of this Agreement, "Cause" is defined as (i) an act of dishonesty made by Executive engaging in connection with Executive's responsibilities as an employee, knowing and intentional illegal conduct that is injurious to the Company, (ii) Executive's conviction of, or plea of nolo contendere to, a felony, (iii) Executive's gross misconduct, or (iv) Executive's continued substantial violations of his employment duties after Executive has received a written demand for performance from... the Company which specifically sets forth the factual basis for the Company's belief that Executive has not substantially performed his duties. View More
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Cause. The occurrence of any of the following: (i) Executive’s conviction of any felony or any crime involving fraud or dishonesty; (ii) Executive’s participation in fraud, willful act of dishonesty or act of gross misconduct against the Company and/or its Board that results in material financial or reputational harm to the Company; (iii) Executive’s material violation of any statutory or fiduciary duty, or duty of loyalty, owed to the Company that is not sufficiently remedied within thirty days... after written notice from the Company; or (iv) Executive’s material violation of material Company policy that is not sufficiently remedied within thirty days after written notice from the Company. View More
Cause. The occurrence of any of the following: (i) Executive’s conviction of any felony or any crime involving fraud or dishonesty; (ii) Executive’s participation in fraud, willful act of dishonesty or act of gross misconduct against the Company and/or its Board that results in material financial or reputational harm to the Company; (iii) Executive’s material violation of any statutory or fiduciary duty, or duty of loyalty, owed to the Company that is not sufficiently remedied within thirty days after... written notice from the Company; or (iv) Executive’s material violation of material Company policy that is not sufficiently remedied within thirty days after written notice from the Company. policy. View More
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Cause. The meaning set forth in that certain Employment Agreement, dated as of November 3, 2003, by and between you and Pierre Fabre, Inc. (now known as Physicians Formula, Inc.) (as the same may be amended or modified from time to time in accordance with its terms)
Cause. The meaning set forth in that certain Employment Agreement, dated as of November 3, 2003, March 8, 2004, by and between you and Pierre Fabre, Inc. (now known as Physicians Formula, Inc.) (as the same may be amended or modified from time to time in accordance with its terms)
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Cause. The term 'Cause' shall mean, in the sole opinion and discretion of the Committee, the Grantee has (i) engaged in a material breach of the Company's code of business conduct, (ii) committed an act of fraud, embezzlement or theft in connection with the Grantee's duties or in the course of employment, or (iii) wrongfully disclosed secret processes or confidential information of the Company or its subsidiaries.
Cause. The term 'Cause' "Cause" shall mean, in the sole opinion and discretion of the Committee, the Grantee has (i) engaged in a material breach of the Company's code of business conduct, (ii) committed an act of fraud, embezzlement or theft in connection with the Grantee's duties or in the course of employment, or (iii) wrongfully disclosed secret processes or confidential information of the Company or its subsidiaries.
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Cause. Has the meaning assigned to it in the Plan (except that references in such Plan definition to "Company" shall be interpreted to mean the Company or Purchaser, as applicable).
Cause. Has the The meaning assigned to it in the Plan (except that references in such Plan definition to "Company" Company shall be interpreted to mean the Company or Purchaser, as applicable). applicable)
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Cause. (A) gross dereliction of duties which continues after at least two notices, each 30 days apart, from the Chief Executive Officer, specifying in reasonable detail the tasks which must be accomplished and a timeline for their accomplishment to avoid termination for Cause, (B) willful and gross misconduct which injures the Company, (C) willful and material violations of laws applicable to the Company, or (D) embezzlement or theft of Company property.
Cause. (A) (a) gross dereliction of duties which continues after at least two notices, each 30 days apart, from the Chief Executive Officer (or in the case of the Chief Executive Officer, from a director designated by a majority of the board of directors), specifying in reasonable detail the tasks which must be accomplished and a timeline for their accomplishment to avoid termination for Cause, (B) (b) willful and gross misconduct which injures the Company, (C) (c) willful and material violations violation of laws applicable to the Company, or (D) (d) embezzlement or theft of Company property. View More
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Cause. (i) the continued failure by Executive substantially to perform his duties as an executive officer of Bank (other than any such failure resulting from his incapacity due to physical or mental illness) or (ii) the engaging by Executive in conduct which is materially injurious to Bancorp or Bank, monetarily or otherwise, in either case as determined by the Board of Directors of Bancorp or Bank
Cause. Shall mean (i) the continued failure by Executive substantially to perform his duties as an executive officer of Bank (other than any such failure resulting from his incapacity due to physical or mental illness) or (ii) the engaging by Executive in conduct which is materially injurious to Bancorp or Bank, monetarily or otherwise, in either case as determined by the Board of Directors of Bancorp or Bank Bank.
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Cause. Any of the following: (i) commission of a felony or an act or series of acts that results in material injury to the business or reputation of the Company or any subsidiary; (ii) willful failure to perform duties of employment, if such failure has not been cured in all material respects within thirty (30) days after the Company or any subsidiary, as applicable, gives written notice thereof; or (iii) breach of any material term, provision or condition of employment, which breach has not been... cured in all material respects within thirty (30) days after the Company or any subsidiary, as applicable, gives written notice thereof, or (iv) Executive materially fails to comply with the Company's Code of Business and Ethical Conduct View More
Cause. Any of the following: (i) commission of a felony or an act or series of acts that results in material injury to the business or reputation of the Company or any subsidiary; (ii) willful failure to perform duties of employment, if such failure has not been cured in all material respects within thirty (30) twenty (20) days after the Company or any subsidiary, as applicable, gives written notice thereof; or (iii) breach of any material term, provision or condition of employment, which breach has... not been cured in all material respects within thirty (30) twenty (20) days after the Company or any subsidiary, as applicable, gives written notice thereof, or (iv) Executive materially fails to comply with the Company's Code of Business and Ethical Conduct thereof View More
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