Long-Term Disability

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Long-Term Disability. A Participant shall be considered to have a "Long-Term Disability" if the Participant is determined to be eligible for long-term disability benefits under the long-term disability plan in which the Participant participates and which is sponsored by the Company or a Related Company; or if the Participant does not participate in a long-term disability plan sponsored by the Company or a Related Company, then the Participant shall be considered to have a "Long-Term Disability" if the Committee... determines, under standards comparable to those of the Company's long-term disability plan, that the Participant would be eligible for long-term disability benefits if he or she participated in such plan. View More
Long-Term Disability. A Participant shall be considered to have a "Long-Term Disability" 'Long-Term Disability' if the Participant is determined to be eligible for long-term disability benefits under the long-term disability plan in which the Participant participates and which is sponsored by the Company or a Related Company; Subsidiary; or if the Participant does not participate in a long-term disability plan sponsored by the Company or a Related Company, Subsidiary, then the Participant shall be considered to have... a "Long-Term Disability" 'Long-Term Disability' if the Committee determines, under standards comparable to those of the Company's long-term disability plan, that the Participant would be eligible for long-term disability benefits if he or she participated in such plan. View More
Long-Term Disability. A Participant shall be considered to have a "Long-Term Disability" if the Participant is determined to be eligible for long-term disability benefits under the long-term disability plan in which the Participant participates and which is sponsored by the Company or a Related Company; or if the Participant does not participate in a long-term disability plan sponsored by the Company or a Related Company, then the Participant shall be considered to have a "Long-Term Disability" if the Committee... determines, under using standards comparable to those used in any long-term disability plan of the Company's long-term disability plan, Company, that the Participant would be eligible for long-term disability benefits if he or she participated in such plan. View More
Long-Term Disability. A Participant shall be considered to have a "Long-Term Disability" if the Participant is determined to be eligible for long-term disability benefits under the long-term disability plan in which the Participant participates and which is sponsored by the Company or a Related Company; or if the Participant does not participate in a long-term disability plan sponsored by the Company or a Related Company, then the Participant shall be considered to have a "Long-Term Disability" if the Committee... determines, under using standards comparable to those used in any long-term disability plan of the Company's long-term disability plan, Company, that the Participant would be eligible for long-term disability benefits if he or she participated in such plan. View More
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Long-Term Disability. That an individual is determined by the Social Security Administration to be totally disabled.
Long-Term Disability. That Shall mean that an individual is determined by the Social Security Administration to be totally disabled.
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Long-Term Disability. The Grantee is receiving long-term disability benefits under the Employer's long-term disability plan
Long-Term Disability. The Shall mean the Grantee is receiving long-term disability benefits under the Employer's long-term disability plan plan.
Long-Term Disability. The Shall mean the Grantee is receiving long-term disability benefits under the Employer's long-term disability plan plan.
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Long-Term Disability. Means (i) a physical or mental condition which, in the judgment of the Committee based on competent medical evidence satisfactory to the Committee, including, if required by the Committee, medical evidence obtained by an examination conducted by a physician selected by the Committee, renders an individual unable to engage in any substantial gainful activity for the Company or its subsidiaries or affiliates and which impairment is likely to result in death or to be of long, continued and... indefinite duration, or (ii) a judicial declaration of incompetence. View More
Long-Term Disability. Shall mean a physical or mental condition in respect of which the administrator of the Company's long-term disability plan has determined that the Participant is eligible to receive income replacement benefits; or, if the Participant is not then a participant in the Company's long-term disability plan, a physical or mental condition that the administrator of the Company's long-term disability plan determines would have rendered the Participant eligible to receive income replacement benefits,... had the Participant been enrolled in such plan. View More
Long-Term Disability. The Company or its affiliates having cause to terminate a Participant's employment or service on account of disability, as defined in any written employment agreement then in effect between the Participant and the Company or an affiliate, or in the absence of such an agreement, a condition entitling the Participant to receive benefits under a long-term disability plan of the Company or an affiliate or, in the absence of such a plan, the complete and permanent inability by reason of illness or... accident to perform the duties of the occupation at which a Participant was employed or served when such disability commenced or, as determined by the Company based upon medical evidence acceptable to it View More
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