Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc. – COOPER-STANDARD HOLDINGS INC. 2011 OMNIBUS INCENTIVE PLAN RESTRICTED STOCK UNIT AWARD AGREEMENT (Non-Management Directors) (February 28th, 2013)
THIS AGREEMENT (this Agreement), is made effective as of the 9th day of May, 2012 (the Date of Grant), between Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc., a Delaware corporation (the Company), and the non-management director of the Company whose name is set forth on the signature page hereof (the Participant):
Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc. – Commitment Agreement (March 31st, 2010)
This Commitment Agreement (this Agreement), dated as of March 19, 2010, is made by and between Cooper-Standard Holdings Inc., a Delaware corporation (as a debtor-in-possession and a reorganized debtor, as applicable, the Company) and the Backstop Purchasers identified on Schedule I hereto (the Backstop Purchasers).
FEDERAL SIGNAL CORPORATION SAVINGS RESTORATION PLAN (Amended and Restated Effective January 1, 2007) McDermott Will & Emery LLP Chicago (February 27th, 2009)
Release and Severance Agreement (May 2nd, 2008)
This Release and Severance Agreement (the Agreement) will confirm the understanding of Federal Signal Corporation and Kimberly Dickens (Employee) in connection with the termination of Employees employment with Federal Signal Corporation (the Company). We have reached Agreement upon the following arrangements.
March 24, 2006 PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL Dear Steve: (February 22nd, 2007)
As we have discussed, your employment with Federal Signal Corporation (the Company) will end effective April 30, 2006 (the Separation Date). As of your Separation Date you will be eligible to receive severance benefits under the Companys Executive General Severance Plan (the Severance Pay Plan).
August 31, 2006 PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL Dear Karen: (February 22nd, 2007)
As we have discussed, your employment with Federal Signal Corporation (the Company) will end effective December 31, 2006 (the Separation Date). The period beginning on September 1, 2006 through and including December 31, 2006 will be a transition period (the Transition Period) during which you agree that you will work 20 eight-hour days, and will be compensated with a monthly transitional salary of $3,605 (less any applicable taxes including federal employment withholding taxes that are payable in connection with said amounts). During the Transition Period you will assist the Company with the transition of your responsibilities to your successors, as agreed between the parties. If and to the extent the Company requests that you provide additional services, beyond the 20 day maximum during the Transition Period, you will be compensated for such time at the rate of $275 per hour (less any applicable taxes including federal withholding taxes that are payable in connection with said amount