The language below is an example of a modified trigger change in the control provision: «Date upon Change of Control» means: (a) any termination of the board of directors by the company without cause during the period announcing the date on which the company first publicly announces a final agreement that would lead to a change of control (although it is still subject to the approval of the company`s shareholders and other conditions and contingencies) the end of the velvet decision. 12 (12) months after the change of control; (b) any resignation of management on the basis of a reduction in responsibilities if (i) this reduction in responsibilities occurs during or after the date on which the company first publicly announces a final agreement that would lead to a change of control (although this is still subject to the approval of the company`s shareholders and other conditions and contingencies) and on which the closing date expires which is twelve (12) months after the change of control. and (ii) this resignation comes within one hundred and twenty (120) days from such a reduction in responsibilities. (a) any «person» (as this clause is used in sections 13 (d) and 14 (d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the «Exchange Act»), with an agent or other fiduciary securities of the company as part of a performance plan for the company`s employees, becomes the «effective beneficiary» (in accordance with Rule 13d-3 , adopted under the Exchange Act), directly or indirectly, of shares of the company representing 50% or more of the outstanding common shares of the company or (B) of the combined voting force of the shares of the company then outstanding; Carman J. Overholt is a chief lawyer and founder of Overholt Law in Vancouver. He has extensive experience in labour law, labour relations and civil proceedings, with a particular emphasis on the direction of employers in the resolution of labour disputes. (b) Subject to the provisions of Section 8, Point (c), all findings to be made under this section 8, including whether and to what extent contractual payments exceed the executive`s 280G threshold and when a gross payment is required, as well as the amount of that gross payment and the assumptions to be used to obtain such a provision are set by the nationally certified public audit firm. , which is ultimately used by the company, the «modified trigger», even favorable to the company, requires dismissal without good reason or good reason.