Mr. Steven K. Burke
July 25, 2006
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surviving the Corporate Transaction.
(iii) material diminution in the nature or scope of your responsibilities, duties or authority;
(iv) relocation of your employment by more than fifty (50) miles outside of the Boston, Massachusetts area;
(v) failure of the Company to materially comply with the terms of this Agreement;
(vi) termination of your employment as a result of your death; or
(vii) termination of your employment as a result of the fact that you become disabled during your employment with an illness, injury, accident or condition of either a physical or psychological nature, and, as a result, you are unable to perform substantially all of your duties and responsibilities hereunder, with or without a reasonable accommodation, for 180 consecutive days in any 365 consecutive calendar days.
(c) By the Company Without Cause. The Company may terminate your employment hereunder without Cause. In the event of such termination, in addition to Final Compensation, you shall be entitled to the following: (i) provided that no benefits are payable to you under a separate severance agreement as a result of such termination, an amount equal to twelve (12) months of your Base Salary at the rate in effect on the date of termination, less applicable withholdings and deductions, paid in a lump sum as provided below (the Severance Payment); (ii) if you are participating in the Companys group health insurance plans on the effective date of termination, and you timely elect and remain eligible for continued coverage under COBRA, or, if applicable, state insurance laws, the Company shall pay that portion of your COBRA premiums that the Company was paying prior to the effective date of termination for twelve (12) months following or for the continuation period for which Employee is eligible, whichever is shorter and in the event the continuation period is provided by state law and is less than twelve (12) months, pay to you the premium payments it would have made for the remainder of the twelve (12) month period (the COBRA Premiums); (iii) at your request, the post-termination exercise grace period set forth in your stock option agreements shall be extended to provide for an exercise period of up to 180 days following the Termination Without Cause; provided, however, that such post-termination exercise grace period shall not be extended beyond the period of time that would enable the stock option to remain exempt under IRS Regulation 409A.