This excerpt taken from the TRLG 8-K filed Oct 8, 2008.
If you violate any provision of this code, you may be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including discharge. Please be aware that we may seek civil remedies from you and if your violation results in monetary loss to us, you may be required to reimburse us for that loss. If you are involved in a violation, the fact that you reported the violation, together with the degree of cooperation displayed by you and whether the violation is intentional or unintentional, will be given consideration in our investigation and any resulting disciplinary action.
Any request for a waiver of this Code must be submitted in writing to our General Counsel or Chief Financial Officer who has authority to decide whether to grant a waiver. However, a waiver of any provision of this Code for a director or an executive officer must be approved by our Board of Directors and will be promptly disclosed to the extent required by law or regulation.
All new employees must sign a certificate confirming that they have read and understand this Code of Conduct. We will also require an annual certification of compliance with the Code by all officers with the title of Vice President or above. Failure to read the code or sign a confirmation certificate does not excuse you from complying with this code.
We take this code seriously and consider its enforcement to be among our highest priorities, but we also acknowledge that it is sometimes difficult to know right from wrong. That’s why we encourage open communication.