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10-Q
INTERPUBLIC GROUP OF COMPANIES, INC. filed this Form 10-Q on 10/26/2017
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Release is delivered to him/her within which to consider whether he/she will sign it, and to the extent he/she executes it before expiration of the review period, he/she has done so knowingly and voluntarily.
6.    [Except in Minnesota, this paragraph need not be included if Employee is under age 40 when his employment terminates.] Revocation Period. If Employee signs this Agreement and Release, he/she acknowledges that he/she understands that he/she may revoke this Agreement and Release within seven (7) [if Employer is in Minnesota: “fifteen (15)”] days after he/she has signed it by notifying Employer in writing that he/she has revoked this Agreement and Release. Such notice shall be addressed to ___________________ [insert name and address of person to whom revocation should be sent]. This Agreement and Release shall not be effective or enforceable in accordance with its terms until the 7-day [15-day in Minnesota] revocation period has expired.
7.    Employment with Another IPG Agency. In the event Employee accepts employment (including work as a temporary employee, freelancer, consultant, or independent contractor) with any company owned or controlled by Interpublic during the period in which payments are being made pursuant to this Agreement and Release, all such payments shall cease upon commencement of such employment. Furthermore, if Employee has received a lump sum payment representing severance and commences employment with another company owned or controlled by Interpublic, Employee agrees to reimburse Employer for any portion of the severance payment that compensates Employee for the subsequent employment period. If, however, Employee’s new salary is lower than the salary upon which the severance payments are based, Employee will continue to receive as severance, or will not be obligated to repay, the difference in salary for the period of overlap.
8.    Intellectual Property Rights. Employee acknowledges and agrees that all concepts, writings and proposals submitted to and accepted by Employer (“Intellectual Property”) which relate to the business of Employer and which have been conceived or made by him/her during the period of his employment, either alone or with others are the sole and exclusive property of Employer or its clients. As of the date hereof, Employee hereby assigns in favor of Employer all the Intellectual Property covered by this paragraph. On or subsequent to the date hereof, Employee shall execute any and all other papers and lawful documents required or necessary to vest sole rights, title and interest in the Employer or its nominee of the Intellectual Property.
9.    Non-Admission. This Agreement and Release shall not in any way be construed as an admission by Employer of any liability for any reason, including, without limitation, based on any claim that Employer has committed any wrongful or discriminatory act.
10.    Non-Disparagement. Employee agrees that he/she will not say, write or cause to be said or written, any statement that may be considered defamatory, derogatory or disparaging of any of the Releasees.
11.    Confidentiality/Company Property. Employee acknowledges that he/she has had access to confidential, proprietary business information of Employer as a result of employment, and Employee hereby agrees not to use such information personally or for the benefit of others. Employee also agrees not to disclose to anyone any confidential information at any time in the future so long as it remains confidential. Employee further agrees to keep the terms and the existence of this Agreement and Release confidential and not to discuss it with anyone other