General Counsel is authorized to settle claims and disputes if the consideration paid or received by the university is worth $500,000 or less. All dispute resolution procedures are reviewed and approved by the General Council. The settlement of claims or disputes by General Counsel is adequately funded. The following proposals for the resolution of claims or disputes or separation agreements are submitted for prior approval to the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Chairman of the Financial Committee or to the Regents: the security program defined in the agreement requires safety training for senior investigators and other laboratory staff. It also contains provisions for standard operating procedures written for a list of chemicals and sets a minimum of personal protective equipment for laboratories. Key investigators should check standard operating procedures and assess whether personal protective equipment is suitable for laboratory methods. The President is authorized to settle claims and enter into separation agreements if the consideration paid or received by the university is worth $500,000 or less. The settlement of debts or separation agreements when the consideration paid or received by the university exceeds $100,000 is subject to general Counsel`s approval. The provisions for the release of all separation regulations and agreements, regardless of the amount of consideration, have a format approved by the General Counsel. The settlement of debts and separation agreements by the President is adequately funded. The Los Angeles County District Attorney`s Office today dropped charges against the University of California regents as part of a labor violation agreement related to the death of a chemical personnel scientist in 2008. Find out how the lab safety solution obtained between the people of California and UC Regents affects researchers at UC San Diego. The Regents adopt the following policy of resolving disputes, claims and separation agreements, which justifies the authority of the Regents, the President and General Counsel and the reporting requirements on comparisons and separation agreements.
All proposals for settlement and separation agreement that must be approved by either the Chairman of the Board of Directors, the Chairman of the Financial Committee or the General Council, are accompanied by the recommendation of the General Council and a statement from the source of the applicable fund.