Accounting Firm definition

Accounting Firm means a nationally recognized certified public accounting firm or other professional organization that is a certified public accounting firm recognized as an expert in determinations and calculations for purposes of Section 280G of the Code that is selected by the Company prior to a Change in Control for purposes of making the applicable determinations hereunder and is reasonably acceptable to the Executive, which firm shall not, without the Executive’s consent, be a firm serving as accountant or auditor for the individual, entity or group effecting the Change in Control.
Accounting Firm means the independent accounting firm currently engaged by the Company, or a mutually agreed upon independent accounting firm if requested by the Executive; and
Accounting Firm means a nationally recognized certified public accounting firm or other professional organization that is a certified public accounting firm recognized as an expert in determinations and calculations for purposes of Section 280G of the Code that is selected by the Corporation prior to a Change in Control for purposes of making the applicable determinations hereunder.

Examples of Accounting Firm in a sentence

The Agreement Payments shall be so reduced only if the Accounting Firm determines that the Executive would have a greater Net AGer-Tax Receipt (as defined below) of aggregate Payments if the Agreement Payments were so reduced.

All determinations made by the Accounting Firm under this Section 9 shall be binding upon the Company and the Executive and shall be made as soon as reasonably practicable and in no event later than fiGeen (15) days following the Date of Termination.

All fees and expenses of the Accounting Firm shall be borne solely by the Company.

If the Accounting Firm determines that aggregate Agreement Payments should be reduced so that the Parachute Value of all Payments, in the aggregate, equals the Safe Harbor Amount, the Company shall promptly give the Executive notice to that effect and a copy of the detailed calculation thereof.

If the Accounting Firm determines that the Executive would not have a greater Net AGer-Tax Receipt (as defined below) of aggregate Payments if the Agreement Payments were so reduced, the Executive shall receive all Agreement Payments to which the Executive is entitled hereunder.


More Definitions of Accounting Firm

Accounting Firm means (a) an independent certified public accounting firm in the United States of national recognition mutually acceptable to the Seller and Buyer or (b) if the Seller and Buyer are unable to agree upon such a firm, then the regular independent auditors for the Seller and Buyer shall mutually agree upon a third independent certified public accounting firm, in which event, “Accounting Firm” shall mean such third firm.
Accounting Firm means a certified public accounting firm chosen by the Company.
Accounting Firm means the· independent accounting firm engaged by the Company in the Company’s sole discretion.
Accounting Firm means a nationally recognized accounting firm selected by the Company.
Accounting Firm means any nationally recognized, certified public accounting firm selected by the Company and reasonably acceptable to the Executive; provided, however, the firm selected must be within the top 20 in the United States at such time based on annual revenues for certified public accounting firms in the immediately preceding year.
Accounting Firm means KPMG LLP or, if such firm is unable or unwilling to perform the calculations required under this Plan, such other national accounting firm as shall be designated by agreement between the Participant to whom Section 4.1 applies and the Company.
Accounting Firm means a nationally recognized accounting firm, or actuarial, benefits or compensation consulting firm (with experience in performing the calculations regarding the applicability Section 280G of the Code and of the tax imposed by Section 4999 of the Code) selected by the Corporation.