Common use of Governing Law and Dispute Resolution Clause in Contracts

Governing Law and Dispute Resolution. (i)Good Faith Negotiation Requirement. Mr. DeGhetto, TTEC Parent and the Company agree that in the event of any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to Mr. DeGhetto’s employment with and/or separation from the Company, they shall negotiate in good faith to resolve the controversy or claim privately, amicably and confidentially. Each Party may consult with counsel in connection with such negotiations. (ii)Governing Law. This Agreement will be construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Colorado without regard to conflict of law principles. (iii)Disputes. The Parties agree that any action arising from or relating in any way to this Agreement, shall be resolved and tried in the state or federal courts situated in Denver, Colorado. The parties consent to jurisdiction and venue of those courts to the greatest extent allowed by law. In this regard, the Employee acknowledges and admits to all or a combination of several following substantial contacts with Colorado: (v) the Employee is employed, provides services for or otherwise is affiliated with an legal entity headquartered in the state of Colorado; (w) the Employee receives the compensation in a form of Employee checks or wire transfers that are drawn either directly or indirectly, from bank accounts in Colorado; (x) the Employee regularly interacts with, contacts and is contacted by other TTEC and Company employees and executives in Colorado; (y) the Employee either routinely travels to or attends business meetings in Colorado; and (z) the Employee receives substantial compensation and benefits as a result of TTEC Parent being a corporation headquartered in and subject to the laws of Colorado. Based on these and other contacts, the Employee acknowledges that he could reasonably be subject to the laws of Colorado.

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Samples: Executive Employment Agreement (TTEC Holdings, Inc.)

Governing Law and Dispute Resolution. (i)Good Faith Negotiation Requirement. Mr. DeGhetto, TTEC TeleTech Parent and the Company agree that in the event of any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to Mr. DeGhetto’s employment with and/or separation from the Company, they shall negotiate in good faith to resolve the controversy or claim privately, amicably and confidentially. Each Party may consult with counsel in connection with such negotiations. (ii)Governing Law. This Agreement will be construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Colorado without regard to conflict of law principles. (iii)Disputes. The Parties agree that any action arising from or relating in any way to this Agreement, shall be resolved and tried in the state or federal courts situated in Denver, Colorado. The parties consent to jurisdiction and venue of those courts to the greatest extent allowed by law. In this regard, the Employee acknowledges and admits to all or a combination of several following substantial contacts with Colorado: ( v i) the Employee is employed, provides services for or otherwise is affiliated with an legal entity headquartered in the state of Colorado; ( w ii) the Employee receives the compensation in a form of Employee checks or wire transfers that are drawn either directly or indirectly, from bank accounts in Colorado; ( x iii) the Employee regularly interacts with, contacts and is contacted by other TTEC TeleTech and Company employees and executives in Colorado; ( y iv) the Employee either routinely travels to or attends business meetings in Colorado; and ( z v) the Employee receives substantial compensation and benefits as a result of TTEC TeleTech Parent being a corporation headquartered in and subject to the laws of Colorado. Based on these and other contacts, the Employee acknowledges that he could reasonably be subject to the laws of Colorado.

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Samples: Executive Employment Agreement (Teletech Holdings Inc)

Governing Law and Dispute Resolution. (i)Good Faith Negotiation Requirement. Mr. DeGhetto Ms. Hand, TTEC Parent and the Company agree that in the event of any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to Mr. DeGhetto Ms. Hand’s employment with and/or separation from the Company, they shall negotiate in good faith to resolve the controversy or claim privately, amicably and confidentially. Each Party may consult with counsel in connection with such negotiations. (ii)Governing Law. This Agreement will be construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Colorado without regard to conflict of law principles. ( iii)Disputes iii) Disputes. The Parties agree that any action arising from or relating in any way to this Agreement, shall be resolved and tried in the state or federal courts situated in Denver, Colorado. The parties consent to jurisdiction and venue of those courts to the greatest extent allowed by law. In this regard, the Employee acknowledges and admits to all or a combination of several following substantial contacts with Colorado: (v) the Employee is employed, provides services for or otherwise is affiliated with an legal entity headquartered in the state of Colorado; (w) the Employee receives the compensation in a form of Employee checks or wire transfers that are drawn either directly or indirectly, from bank accounts in Colorado; (x) the Employee regularly interacts with, contacts and is contacted by other TTEC and Company employees and executives in Colorado; (y) the Employee either routinely travels to or attends business meetings in Colorado; and (z) the Employee receives substantial compensation and benefits as a result of TTEC Parent being a corporation headquartered in and subject to the laws of Colorado. Based on these and other contacts, the Employee acknowledges that he could reasonably be subject to the laws of Colorado.

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Samples: Executive Employment Agreement (TTEC Holdings, Inc.)

Governing Law and Dispute Resolution. (i)Good Faith Negotiation Requirement. Mr. DeGhetto Ms. Hand, TTEC TeleTech Parent and the Company agree that in the event of any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to Mr. DeGhetto Ms. Hand’s employment with and/or separation from the Company, they shall negotiate in good faith to resolve the controversy or claim privately, amicably and confidentially. Each Party may consult with counsel in connection with such negotiations. (ii)Governing Law. This Agreement will be construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Colorado without regard to conflict of law principles. (iii)Disputes. The Parties agree that any action arising from or relating in any way to this Agreement, shall be resolved and tried in the state or federal courts situated in Denver, Colorado. The parties consent to jurisdiction and venue of those courts to the greatest extent allowed by law. In this regard, the Employee acknowledges and admits to all or a combination of several following substantial contacts with Colorado: ( v i) the Employee is employed, provides services for or otherwise is affiliated with an legal entity headquartered in the state of Colorado; ( w ii) the Employee receives the compensation in a form of Employee checks or wire transfers that are drawn either directly or indirectly, from bank accounts in Colorado; ( x iii) the Employee regularly interacts with, contacts and is contacted by other TTEC TeleTech and Company employees and executives in Colorado; ( y iv) the Employee either routinely travels to or attends business meetings in Colorado; and ( z v) the Employee receives substantial compensation and benefits as a result of TTEC TeleTech Parent being a corporation headquartered in and subject to the laws of Colorado. Based on these and other contacts, the Employee acknowledges that he could reasonably be subject to the laws of Colorado.

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Samples: Executive Employment Agreement (Teletech Holdings Inc)

Governing Law and Dispute Resolution. (i)Good Faith Negotiation Requirement. Mr. DeGhetto Ms. McLean, TTEC Parent and the Company agree that in the event of any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to Mr. DeGhetto Ms. McLean’s employment with and/or separation from the Company, they shall negotiate in good faith to resolve the controversy or claim privately, amicably and confidentially. Each Party may consult with counsel in connection with such negotiations. (ii)Governing Law. This Agreement will be construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Colorado without regard to conflict of law principles. ( iii)Disputes iii) Disputes. The Parties agree that any action arising from or relating in any way to this Agreement, shall be resolved and tried in the state or federal courts situated in Denver, Colorado. The parties consent to jurisdiction and venue of those courts to the greatest extent allowed by law. In this regard, the Employee acknowledges and admits to all or a combination of several following substantial contacts with Colorado: (v) the Employee is employed, provides services for or otherwise is affiliated with an legal entity headquartered in the state of Colorado; (w) the Employee receives the compensation in a form of Employee checks or wire transfers that are drawn either directly or indirectly, from bank accounts in Colorado; (x) the Employee regularly interacts with, contacts and is contacted by other TTEC and Company employees and executives in Colorado; (y) the Employee either routinely travels to or attends business meetings in Colorado; and (z) the Employee receives substantial compensation and benefits as a result of TTEC Parent being a corporation headquartered in and subject to the laws of Colorado. Based on these and other contacts, the Employee acknowledges that he could reasonably be subject to the laws of Colorado.

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Samples: Executive Employment Agreement (TTEC Holdings, Inc.)

Governing Law and Dispute Resolution. (i)Good Faith Negotiation Requirement. Mr. DeGhetto Ms. Paolillo, TTEC Parent and the Company agree that in the event of any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to Mr. DeGhetto Ms. Paolillo’s employment with and/or separation from the Company, they shall negotiate in good faith to resolve the controversy or claim privately, amicably and confidentially. Each Party may consult with counsel in connection with such negotiations. (ii)Governing Law. This Agreement will be construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Colorado without regard to conflict of law principles. (iii)Disputes. The Parties agree that any action arising from or relating in any way to this Agreement, shall be resolved and tried in the state or federal courts situated in Denver, Colorado. The parties consent to jurisdiction and venue of those courts to the greatest extent allowed by law. In this regard, the Employee acknowledges and admits to all or a combination of several following substantial contacts with Colorado: (v) the Employee is employed, provides services for or otherwise is affiliated with an legal entity headquartered in the state of Colorado; (w) the Employee receives the compensation in a form of Employee checks or wire transfers that are drawn either directly or indirectly, from bank accounts in Colorado; (x) the Employee regularly interacts with, contacts and is contacted by other TTEC and Company employees and executives in Colorado; (y) the Employee either routinely travels to or attends business meetings in Colorado; and (z) the Employee receives substantial compensation and benefits as a result of TTEC Parent being a corporation headquartered in and subject to the laws of Colorado. Based on these and other contacts, the Employee acknowledges that he could reasonably be subject to the laws of Colorado.

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Samples: Executive Employment Agreement (TTEC Holdings, Inc.)