Covered Termination

Example Definitions of "Covered Termination"
Covered Termination. (i) Non-Change in Control Termination or (ii) a Change in Control Termination
Covered Termination. (i) a Non-Change in Control Termination or (ii) a Change in Control Termination
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Covered Termination. (a) a termination of Participant's employment due to Participant's death or Disability, or (b) following a Change in Control, either a termination of Participant's employment by the Company (or any Subsidiary) for any reason other than Cause or the termination of Participant's employment by Participant for Good Reason (which must occur within 180 days following the existence of the condition giving rise to Good Reason). Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, to the extent that the... benefits provided hereunder constitute a deferral of compensation which is subject to Section 409A of the Code, the termination of Participant's employment shall not constitute a Covered Termination unless such termination constitutes a Separation from Service. View More
Covered Termination. The termination of Participant's employment or service with the Company by the Company for other than Cause or by the Participant for Good Reason that constitutes a "separation from service" within the meaning of Section 409A of the Code and the Department of Treasury regulations and other guidance promulgated thereunder
Covered Termination. Means (i) a termination without Cause of the Executive's employment by the Company in anticipation of, in connection with, at the time of or within two years after a Change of Control or (ii) the Executive's resignation of employment with the Company for Good Reason arising in anticipation of, in connection with, at the time of or within two years after a Change of Control
Covered Termination. An Involuntary Termination Without Cause or a Constructive Termination. Termination of employment of a Participant due to death or disability shall not constitute a Covered Termination unless a voluntary termination of employment by the Participant immediately prior to the Participant's death or disability would have qualified as a Constructive Termination.
Covered Termination. (b) Covered Termination. "Covered Termination" shall mean an Involuntary Termination without Cause or a Voluntary Termination for Good Reason that constitutes the Executive's Separation from Service.
Covered Termination. Termination or Cancellation Prior to the Effective Date
Covered Termination. Termination Date
Covered Termination. Severance of the employment relationship (i) at the initiative of the Participant for Good Reason, or (ii) at a Honeywell Employer's initiative for reasons other than death or Gross Cause. Notwithstanding the preceding sentence, in the event of a sale or transfer of a facility or line of business that causes a severance of the employment relationship, a Covered Termination shall be deemed to have occurred only if the new employer has not agreed in writing to be a Honeywell Employer with respect... to the Participant or the Participant is not employed by the new employer. View More
Covered Termination. Employer's involuntary termination of Executive's employment with Employer other than (1) for Cause, or (2) in connection with the death or Disability of Executive. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the transfer of Executive's employment to any Affiliate shall not be a Covered Termination
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