The conduct constituting contempt is engaged in by an agent of the entity while acting within the scope of employment and on behalf of the entity;
The conduct constituting contempt consists of an omission to discharge a specific duty of affirmative performance imposed on an entity by a court; or
The conduct constituting contempt is engaged in, authorized, solicited, requested, commanded or knowingly tolerated by a high managerial agent of an entity, the board of directors of a corporation, a manager or member of a limited liability company or a partner in a partnership, acting within the scope of employment and on behalf of the entity.
The high managerial agents of an entity, the board of directors of a corporation, the managers and members of a limited liability company and the partners in a partnership are subject to the contempt powers of a court for contempt by an entity if those persons engage in, authorize, solicit, request, command or knowingly tolerate the conduct constituting contempt.
As used in this section:
“Agent” means a person who is authorized to act on behalf of an entity.
“High managerial agent” means an officer of an entity who exercises authority with respect to the formulation of policy or the supervision in a managerial capacity of subordinate employees, or any other agent in a position of comparable authority.