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(ii) the employer pays the executive, as severance pay and instead of additional compensation, a cash amount equal to two and a half times (2 1/2) of the total amount (A) of the base amount and (B) of the amount of the bonus; However, if there is an employment contract between the company and management on the day of the termination, any amount owed to the executive in accordance with this section 3 b) (ii) is reduced by the basic amount and the amount of the bonus paid as severance pay with severance pay instead of compensation for periods following the termination date. While a review of the fiduciary relationship is outside the scope of this section, the executive must understand that the applicability of amending the control agreement may be greater than previously thought. The ERISA component can have a huge influence on how the payment of parachutes is decided. A change of control is often supported by a company to encourage employees to continue their work at least until a purchase, sale, restructuring or other significant change of the business is completed. As the term indicates, a change in the control agreement provides for what will happen if the business experiences a significant change of ownership. Note: When a company undergoes a change of control, the normal rules on the right to terminate do not apply, as changes to control provisions generally explicitly supersede other termination clauses. Any denunciation should be liable, since the party who accepts a merger does so voluntarily and is under the control of that party. In the event of an acquisition, the due diligence company must be aware that there is a risk of termination and that the other party could get away with it without liability. A licensee should consider the effects of approving a change to the control regime or reduce the value of the business in the eyes of a potential acquirer. This is particularly important for small and medium-sized enterprises. The following language is an example of a double trigger change in the command supply: as the nested instructions „if-then“ in a complex calculation table Provisions to modify control have become an important bargaining factor in executive management contracts. By establishing compensation formulas for different merger and acquisition scenarios, these provisions allow executives to set aside personal financial goals and focus on maximizing the value of a company`s shareholders. The language below is an example of a change in the modified triggering of the control provision: „Termination Upon Change of Control“ means: a) any termination of board activity by the company without cause during the period beginning at or after the date on which the company first engaged in public activity.

announces a final agreement that would lead to a change of control (although still subject to approval by the company`s shareholders and other conditions and contingencies) and ends on the date of twelve (12) months after a change of control; (b) any resignation of management on the basis of a reduction in responsibilities, where (i) this reduction in responsibilities is made during the period from or after the date; the company publicly announces for the first time a final agreement that would lead to a change of control (even if it is still subject to the approval of the company`s shareholders and other conditions and contingencies) and ends on the date of 12 (12) months after the change of control, and (ii) such resignation occurs within a hundred and twenty days (120) days after such a reduction in responsibilities.