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Base Separation Benefits
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Base Separation Benefits. If the Executive’s employment is terminated during the Term and outside of the COC Period as a result of the Executive’s Disability pursuant to Section 7(b), by the Company without Cause pursuant to Section 7(e), or by the Executive for Good Reason pursuant to Section 7(d), provided that the Executive signs and does not revoke the Release within the time period specified therein (which time period shall not exceed sixty (60) days), then the Company shall provide the following benefits to the Executive, referred to herein as the “Base Separation Benefits”: # the continued payment in installments of the Executive’s then-current Base Salary for a period of twelve (12) months following the termination date (the “Base Separation Pay”); and # if the Executive properly and timely elects to continue Executive’s health insurance benefits under COBRA or applicable state continuation coverage after the termination date, reimbursement for the portion of the Executive’s health continuation coverage premiums that the Company would have paid had the Executive remained employed by the Company until the earlier of # the twelve (12) months following the month in which the Executive’s termination date occurs, or # the maximum period permitted by applicable law, provided that the Company’s obligation to pay a portion of the Executive’s health continuation coverage premiums will terminate if he becomes eligible for health insurance benefits from another employer during the reimbursement period. The first installment of the Base Separation Pay will be paid on the Company’s first regular payday occurring following the effectiveness of the Release in an amount equal to the sum of payments of Base Salary that would have been paid if Executive had remained in employment for the period from the termination date through the payment date. The remaining installments will be paid until the end of the 12-month period at the same rate as the Base Salary in accordance with the Company’s normal payroll practices for its employees. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the 60-day period for the execution and non-revocation of the Release begins in one calendar year and ends in a second calendar year, the Base Separation Pay, to the extent it qualifies as “non-qualified deferred compensation” within the meaning of Section 409A of the Code, shall begin to be paid no earlier than the first Company payroll date in the second calendar year and, in any case, by the last day of such 60-day period; provided, however, that the initial payment shall include a catch-up payment to cover amounts retroactive to the day immediately following the termination date. The Executive understands that if the Executive is eligible to receive the Base Separation Benefits, such Base Separation Benefits shall be in lieu of and not in addition to the Change of Control Separation Benefits described in Section 8(b) of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Executive is entitled to receive the Base Separation Benefits but violates any provisions of this Agreement, the PIIA or any other agreement entered into by the Executive and the Company after termination of employment, the Company will be entitled to immediately stop paying any further installments of the Base Separation Benefits.

Base Separation Benefits. If the Executive’s employment is terminated during the Term and outside of the COC Period as a result of the Executive’s Disability pursuant to Section 7(b), by the Company without Cause pursuant to Section 7(e), or by the Executive for Good Reason pursuant to Section 7(d), provided that the Executive signs and does not revoke the Release within the time period specified therein (which time period shall not exceed sixty (60) days), then the Company shall provide the following benefits to the Executive, referred to herein as the “Base Separation Benefits”: # the continued payment in installments of the Executive’s then-current Base Salary for a period of twelve (12) months following the termination date (the “Base Separation Pay”); and # if the Executive properly and timely elects to continue Executive’s health insurance benefits under COBRA or applicable state continuation coverage after the termination date, reimbursement for the portion of the Executive’s health continuation coverage premiums that the Company would have paid had the Executive remained employed by the Company until the earlier of # the twelve (12) months following the month in which the Executive’s termination date occurs, or # the maximum period permitted by applicable law, provided that the Company’s obligation to pay a portion of the Executive’s health continuation coverage premiums will terminate if he becomes eligible for health insurance benefits from another employer during the reimbursement period. The first installment of the Base Separation Pay will be paid on the Company’s first regular payday occurring following the effectiveness of the Release in an amount equal to the sum of payments of Base Salary that would have been paid if Executive had remained in employment for the period from the termination date through the payment date. The remaining installments will be paid until the end of the 12-month period at the same rate as the Base Salary in accordance with the Company’s normal payroll practices for its employees. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the 60-day period for the execution and non-revocation of the Release begins in one calendar year and ends in a second calendar year, the Base Separation Pay, to the extent it qualifies as “non-qualified deferred compensation” within the meaning of Section 409A of the Code, shall begin to be paid no earlier than the first Company payroll date in the second calendar year and, in any case, by the last day of such 60-day period; provided, however, that the initial payment shall include a catch-up payment to cover amounts retroactive to the day immediately following the termination date. The Executive understands that if the Executive is eligible to receive the Base Separation Benefits, such Base Separation Benefits shall be in lieu of and not in addition to the Change of Control Separation Benefits described in Section 8(b) of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Executive is entitled to receive the Base Separation Benefits but violates any provisions of this Agreement, the PIIA or any other agreement entered into by the Executive and the Company after termination of employment, the Company will be entitled to immediately stop paying any further installments of the Base Separation Benefits.

Base Separation Benefits. If the Executive’s employment is terminated during the Term and outside of the COC Period as a result of the Executive’s Disability pursuant to Section 7(b), by the Company without Cause pursuant to Section 7(e), or by the Executive for Good Reason pursuant to Section 7(d), provided that the Executive signs and does not revoke the Release within the time period specified therein (which time period shall not exceed sixty (60) days), then the Company shall provide the following benefits to the Executive, referred to herein as the “Base Separation Benefits”: # the continued payment in installments of the Executive’s then-current Base Salary for a period of twelve (12) months following the termination date (the “Base Separation Pay”); and # if the Executive properly and timely elects to continue Executive’s health insurance benefits under COBRA or applicable state continuation coverage after the termination date, reimbursement for the portion of the Executive’s health continuation coverage premiums that the Company would have paid had the Executive remained employed by the Company until the earlier of # the twelve (12) months following the month in which the Executive’s termination date occurs, or # the maximum period permitted by applicable law, provided that the Company’s obligation to pay a portion of the Executive’s health continuation coverage premiums will terminate if Executive becomes eligible for health insurance benefits from another employer during the reimbursement period. The first installment of the Base Separation Pay will be paid on the Company’s first regular payday occurring following the effectiveness of the Release in an amount equal to the sum of payments of Base Salary that would have been paid if Executive had remained in employment for the period from the termination date through the payment date. The remaining installments will be paid until the end of the 12-month period at the same rate as the Base Salary in accordance with the Company’s normal payroll practices for its employees. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the 60-day period for the execution and non-revocation of the Release begins in one calendar year and ends in a second calendar year, the Base Separation Pay, to the extent it qualifies as “non-qualified deferred compensation” within the meaning of Section 409A of the Code, shall begin to be paid no earlier than the first Company payroll date in the second calendar year and, in any case, by the last day of such 60-day period; provided, however, that the initial payment shall include a catch-up payment to cover amounts retroactive to the day immediately following the termination date. The Executive understands that if the Executive is eligible to receive the Base Separation Benefits, such Base Separation Benefits shall be in lieu of and not in addition to the Change of Control Separation Benefits described in Section 8(b) of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Executive is entitled to receive the Base Separation Benefits but violates any provisions of this Agreement, the PIIA or any other agreement entered into by the Executive and the Company after termination of employment, the Company will be entitled to immediately stop paying any further installments of the Base Separation Benefits.

Base Separation Benefits. If the Executive’s employment is terminated during the Term and outside of the COC Period as a result of the Executive’s Disability pursuant to Section 7(b), by the Company without Cause pursuant to Section 7(e), or by the Executive for Good Reason pursuant to Section 7(d), provided that the Executive signs and does not revoke the Release within the time period specified therein (which time period shall not exceed sixty (60) days), then the Company shall provide the following benefits to the Executive, referred to herein as the “Base Separation Benefits”: # the continued payment in installments of the Executive’s then-current Base Salary for a period of twelve (12) months following the termination date (the “Base Separation Pay”); and # if the Executive properly and timely elects to continue Executive’s health insurance benefits under COBRA or applicable state continuation coverage after the termination date, reimbursement for the portion of the Executive’s health continuation coverage premiums that the Company would have paid had the Executive remained employed by the Company until the earlier of # the twelve (12) months following the month in which the Executive’s termination date occurs, or # the maximum period permitted by applicable law, provided that the Company’s obligation to pay a portion of the Executive’s health continuation coverage premiums will terminate if he becomes eligible for health insurance benefits from another employer during the reimbursement period. The first installment of the Base Separation Pay will be paid on the Company’s first regular payday occurring following the effectiveness of the Release in an amount equal to the sum of payments of Base Salary that would have been paid if Executive had remained in employment for the period from the termination date through the payment date. The remaining installments will be paid until the end of the 12-month period at the same rate as the Base Salary in accordance with the Company’s normal payroll practices for its employees. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the 60-day period for the execution and non-revocation of the Release begins in one calendar year and ends in a second calendar year, the Base Separation Pay, to the extent it qualifies as “non-qualified deferred compensation” within the meaning of Section 409A of the Code, shall begin to be paid no earlier than the first Company payroll date in the second calendar year and, in any case, by the last day of such 60-day period; provided, however, that the initial payment shall include a catch-up payment to cover amounts retroactive to the day immediately following the termination date. The Executive understands that if the Executive is eligible to receive the Base Separation Benefits, such Base Separation Benefits shall be in lieu of and not in addition to the Change of Control Separation Benefits described in Section 8(b) of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Executive is entitled to receive the Base Separation Benefits but violates any provisions of this Agreement, the PIIA or any other agreement entered into by the Executive and the Company after termination of employment, the Company will be entitled to immediately stop paying any further installments of the Base Separation Benefits.

Separation Benefits. Without admission of any liability, fact or claim, the Company hereby agrees, subject to Executive’s execution of this Agreement and this Agreement becoming effective and irrevocable within thirty (30) days following the Separation Date, as well as Executive’s performance of Executive’s continuing obligations pursuant to this Agreement and the Confidentiality Agreement, including, without limitation, the non-solicitation and other restrictive covenants set forth therein, to provide Executive with the severance benefits as follows:

Separation Benefits. Provided that you timely sign (and do not timely revoke) this Agreement, and you otherwise satisfy your obligations as set forth in this Agreement, the Company will provide you with the following benefits (the “Separation Benefits”):

Separation Benefits. You shall be entitled to receive separation benefits upon termination of employment only as set forth in this Section 3; provided, however, that in the event you are entitled to any severance pay under a Company-sponsored severance pay plan, any such severance pay to which you are entitled under such severance pay plan shall reduce the amount of severance pay to which you are entitled pursuant to this Section 3. In all cases, upon termination of employment you will receive payment for all salary and unused vacation accrued as of the date of your termination of employment, and your benefits will be continued under the Company’s then existing benefit plans and policies in accordance with such plans and policies in effect on the date of termination and in accordance with applicable law. In furtherance of, and not in limitation of the foregoing, but without duplication, during the period wherein which you shall be receiving Separation Payments in accordance with the provisions of Section 3(d) hereof (the “Severance Period”), then the Company shall, at its election, either # continue to pay for your health benefits under the Company’s sponsored health care program in which you were enrolled and eligible to receive benefits prior to your termination of employment, or # pay for your health coverage under the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (“COBRA”), in each case, for the Severance Period, when such premiums are due and owing.

Separation Benefits. In exchange for Executive’s agreement to be bound by the terms of this Release, including, but not limited to, the release of claims in Section 3, and subject to the occurrence of the Effective Date as provided in Section 1(a), Executive shall be entitled to receive the following, which shall be the exclusive separation benefits to which Executive is entitled, unless Executive has failed to comply with the provisions of this Release, in which case the last sentence of Section 4(e) shall apply:

SEPARATION BENEFITS. In accordance with Section 8 of the Employment Agreement, which is hereby amended to specify the timing for when you must execute the waiver and release of claims contained herein, in exchange for your covenants and releases herein, and provided that you sign this Agreement not later than 21 days after it is delivered to you and this Agreement becomes effective as specified in Section 8 below, the Company will provide you with the following separation benefits.

Separation Benefits. In consideration for the promises made by Employee, the Company agrees to provide the benefits described in the Employee’s Employment Agreement and the following which the Employee is not otherwise entitled (the “Separation Benefits”):

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