American Arbitration Association Uses in Agreement to Arbitrate Clause

Agreement to Arbitrate from Employment Agreement

This EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT (hereinafter Agreement) is dated as of the 28th day of May 2015, by and between MONGOLIA HOLDINGS, INC., a Delaware corporation (the Company) and Jeffrey Leach (the Executive).

Agreement to Arbitrate. Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement, or breach of this Agreement, shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the Employment Arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association, or any arbitral forum mutually agreed to in writing by the parties. The arbitrator shall issue a written decision that will provide for any and all damages otherwise available in a court of law. Judgment on the award rendered by arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.

Agreement to Arbitrate from Settlement Agreement and General Release

|This Settlement Agreement and General Release (the "Agreement") is made by and between Bradford Crutchfield ("Executive") and Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc., on behalf of itself and its subsidiaries and affiliates (together, the "Company"), effective as of the eighth day following Executive's signature of this Agreement without revocation (the "Effective Date") with reference to the following facts:

Agreement to Arbitrate. Any dispute, claim or controversy based on, arising out of or relating to Executive's employment or this Agreement shall be settled by final and binding arbitration in San Jose, California, before a single neutral arbitrator in accordance with the National Rules for the Resolution of Employment Disputes (the "Rules") of the American Arbitration Association ("AAA"), and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. Arbitration may be compelled pursuant to the California Arbitration Act (Code of Civil Procedure SSSS 1280 et seq.). If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator, one shall be appointed by the AAA in accordance with its Rules. Each party shall pay the fees of its own attorneys, the expenses of its witnesses and all other expenses connected with presenting its case; provided, however, Executive and the Company agree that, to the extent permitted by law, the arbitrator may, in his or her discretion, award reasonable attorneys' fees to the prevailing party; provided, further, that the prevailing party shall be reimbursed for such fees, costs and expenses within forty-five (45) days following any such award, but in no event later than the last day of the Executive's taxable year following the taxable year in which the fees, costs and expenses were incurred; provided, further, that the parties' obligations pursuant to this sentence shall terminate on the tenth (10th) anniversary of the Separation Date . Other costs of the arbitration, including the cost of any record or transcripts of the arbitration, AAA's administrative fees, the fee of the arbitrator, and all other fees and costs, shall be borne by the Company. This Section 10 is intended to be the exclusive method for resolving any and all claims by the parties against each other for payment of damages under this Agreement or relating to Executive's employment; provided, however, that neither this Agreement nor the submission to arbitration shall limit the parties' right to seek provisional relief, including without limitation injunctive relief, in any court of competent jurisdiction pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure SS 1281.8 or any similar statute of an applicable jurisdiction. Seeking any such relief shall not be deemed to be a waiver of such party's right to compel arbitration. Both Executive and the Company expressly waive their right to a jury trial.

Agreement to Arbitrate from Change in Control Severance Agreement

This Change in Control Severance Agreement (Agreement) is made effective as of June 27, 2014 (Effective Date), by and between Tessera Technologies, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the Company), and John Thode (Executive). For purposes of this Agreement (other than Section 1(c) below), the Company shall mean the Company and its subsidiaries.

Agreement to Arbitrate. Any dispute, claim or controversy based on, arising out of or relating to Executives employment or this Agreement shall be settled by final and binding arbitration in San Jose, California, before a single neutral arbitrator in accordance with the National Rules for the Resolution of Employment Disputes (the Rules) of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.1 Arbitration may be compelled pursuant to the California Arbitration Act (Code of Civil Procedure SSSS 1280 et seq.). If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator, one shall be appointed by the AAA in accordance with its Rules. Each party shall pay the fees of its own attorneys, the expenses of its witnesses and all other expenses connected with presenting its case; provided, however, Executive and the Company agree that, to the extent permitted by law, the arbitrator may, in his or her discretion, award reasonable attorneys fees to the prevailing party; provided, further, that the prevailing party shall be reimbursed for such fees, costs and expenses within forty-five (45) days following any such award, but in no event later than the last day of the Executives taxable year following the taxable year in which the fees, costs and expenses were incurred; provided, further that the parties obligations pursuant to this sentence shall terminate on the tenth (10th) anniversary of the date of Executives termination of employment; provided, however, that Executive shall retain the right to file administrative charges with or seek relief through any government agency of competent jurisdiction, and to participate in any government investigation, including but not limited to (a) claims for workers compensation, state disability insurance or unemployment insurance; (b) claims for unpaid wages or waiting time penalties brought before the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement; provided, however, that any appeal from an award or from denial of an award of wages and/or waiting time penalties shall be arbitrated pursuant to the terms of this Agreement; and (c) claims for administrative relief from the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and/or the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (or any similar agency in any applicable jurisdiction other than California); provided, further, that Executive shall not be entitled to obtain any monetary relief through such agencies other than workers compensation benefits or unemployment insurance benefits. Other costs of the arbitration, including the cost of any record or transcripts of the arbitration, AAAs administrative fees, the fee of the arbitrator, and all other fees and costs, shall be borne by the Company. This Section 5 is intended to be the exclusive method for resolving any and all claims by the parties against each other for payment of damages under this Agreement or relating to Executives employment; provided, however, that neither this Agreement nor the submission to arbitration shall limit the parties right to seek provisional relief, including without limitation injunctive relief, in any court of competent jurisdiction pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure SS 1281.8 or any similar statute of an applicable jurisdiction. Seeking any such relief shall not be deemed to be a waiver of such partys right to compel arbitration. Both Executive and the Company expressly waive their right to a jury trial.

Agreement to Arbitrate from Employment Agreement

THIS EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT, dated as of May 31, 2006 (the Agreement), is made by and between Casella Waste Systems, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the Company), and David L. Schmitt, an individual and a resident of Rutland Town, Vermont (the Employee).

Agreement to Arbitrate. The undersigned parties agree that any disputes that may arise between them (including but not limited to any controversies or claims arising out of or relating to this Agreement or any alleged breach thereof, and any dispute over the interpretation or scope of this arbitration clause) shall be settled by arbitration administered by the American Arbitration Association in accordance with its Commercial Arbitration Rules, and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator(s) may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof. No party shall be entitled to punitive, consequential or treble damages. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF ARBITRATION PURSUANT TO 12 V.S.A. SS 5651 et seq. THE PARTIES HERETO ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS AN AGREEMENT TO ARBITRATE. AFTER SIGNING THIS DOCUMENT EACH PARTY UNDERSTANDS THAT HE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO BRING A LAWSUIT CONCERNING ANY DISPUTE THAT MAY ARISE WHICH IS COVERED BY THIS ARBITRATION AGREEMENT EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN THIS PARAGRAPH OR UNLESS IT INVOLVES A QUESTION OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW OR CIVIL RIGHTS. INSTEAD EACH PARTY HAS AGREED TO SUBMIT ANY SUCH DISPUTE TO AN IMPARTIAL ARBITRATOR. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, all parties have set their hand and seal to this Agreement and Acknowledgement of Arbitration pursuant to 12 V .S.A. SS 5651 et seq. as of the dates written below: DAVID L. SCHMITT Witness: Shelley S. Rogers /s/ David L. Schmitt Date: 11/28/08 Date: 11/28/08 CASELLA WASTE SYSTEMS, INC. Witness: Shelley S. Rogers By: /s/ John W. Casella Name: John W. Casella Date: 11/28/08 Date: 11/28/08

Agreement to Arbitrate from Executive Employment Agreement

This Executive Employment Agreement (Agreement) is made effective as of July 30, 2013 (Effective Date), by and between Ambrx, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the Company), and Peter Alec Kiener (Executive).

Agreement to Arbitrate. Any dispute, claim or controversy based on, arising out of or relating to Executives employment or this Agreement shall be settled by final and binding arbitration in San Diego, California, before a single neutral arbitrator in accordance with the National Rules for the Resolution of Employment Disputes (the Rules) of the American Arbitration Association, and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. Arbitration may be compelled pursuant to the California Arbitration Act (Code of Civil Procedure SSSS 1280 et seq.). If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator, one shall be appointed by the AAA in accordance with its Rules. Each party shall pay the fees of its own attorneys, the expenses of its witnesses and all other expenses connected with presenting its case; however, Executive and the Company agree that, to the extent permitted by law, the arbitrator may, in his or her discretion, award reasonable attorneys fees to the prevailing party. Other costs of the arbitration, including the cost of any record or transcripts of the arbitration, AAAs administrative fees, the fee of the arbitrator, and all other fees and costs, shall be borne by the Company. This Section 13 is intended to be the exclusive method for resolving any and all claims by the parties against each other for payment of damages under this Agreement or relating to Executives employment; provided, however, that neither this Agreement nor the submission to arbitration shall limit the parties right to seek provisional relief, including without limitation injunctive relief, in any court of competent jurisdiction pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure SS 1281.8 or any similar statute of an applicable jurisdiction. Seeking any such relief shall not be deemed to be a waiver of such partys right to compel arbitration. Both Executive and the Company expressly waive their right to a jury trial.

Agreement to Arbitrate from Executive Employment Agreement

This Executive Employment Agreement (Agreement) is made effective as of July 30, 2013 (Effective Date), by and between Ambrx, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the Company), and Peter Alec Kiener (Executive).

Agreement to Arbitrate. Any dispute, claim or controversy based on, arising out of or relating to Executives employment or this Agreement shall be settled by final and binding arbitration in San Diego, California, before a single neutral arbitrator in accordance with the National Rules for the Resolution of Employment Disputes (the Rules) of the American Arbitration Association, and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. Arbitration may be compelled pursuant to the California Arbitration Act (Code of Civil Procedure SSSS 1280 et seq.). If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator, one shall be appointed by the AAA in accordance with its Rules. Each party shall pay the fees of its own attorneys, the expenses of its witnesses and all other expenses connected with presenting its case; however, Executive and the Company agree that, to the extent permitted by law, the arbitrator may, in his or her discretion, award reasonable attorneys fees to the prevailing party. Other costs of the arbitration, including the cost of any record or transcripts of the arbitration, AAAs administrative fees, the fee of the arbitrator, and all other fees and costs, shall be borne by the Company. This Section 13 is intended to be the exclusive method for resolving any and all claims by the parties against each other for payment of damages under this Agreement or relating to Executives employment; provided, however, that neither this Agreement nor the submission to arbitration shall limit the parties right to seek provisional relief, including without limitation injunctive relief, in any court of competent jurisdiction pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure SS 1281.8 or any similar statute of an applicable jurisdiction. Seeking any such relief shall not be deemed to be a waiver of such partys right to compel arbitration. Both Executive and the Company expressly waive their right to a jury trial.

Agreement to Arbitrate from Change in Control Severance Agreement

This Change in Control Severance Agreement (Agreement) is made effective as of January 2, 2014 (Effective Date), by and between Tessera Technologies, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the Company), and Robert Andersen (Executive). For purposes of this Agreement (other than Section 1(c) below), the Company shall mean the Company and its subsidiaries.

Agreement to Arbitrate. Any dispute, claim or controversy based on, arising out of or relating to Executives employment or this Agreement shall be settled by final and binding arbitration in San Jose, California, before a single neutral arbitrator in accordance with the National Rules for the Resolution of Employment Disputes (the Rules) of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.1 Arbitration may be compelled pursuant to the California Arbitration Act (Code of Civil Procedure SSSS 1280 et seq.). If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator, one shall be appointed by the AAA in accordance with its Rules. Each party shall pay the fees of its own attorneys, the expenses of its witnesses and all other expenses connected with presenting its case; provided, however, Executive and the Company agree that, to the extent permitted by law, the arbitrator may, in his or her discretion, award reasonable attorneys fees to the prevailing party; provided, further, that the prevailing party shall be reimbursed for such fees, costs and expenses within forty-five (45) days following any such award, but in no event later than the last day of the Executives taxable year following the taxable year in which the fees, costs and expenses were incurred; provided, further, that the parties obligations pursuant to this sentence shall terminate on the tenth (10th) anniversary of the date of Executives termination of employment; provided, however, that Executive shall retain the right to file administrative charges with or seek relief through any government agency of competent jurisdiction, and to participate in any government investigation, including but not limited to (a) claims for workers compensation, state disability insurance or unemployment insurance; (b) claims for unpaid wages or waiting time penalties brought before the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement; provided, however, that any appeal from an award or from denial of an award of wages and/or waiting time penalties shall be arbitrated pursuant to the terms of this Agreement; and (c) claims for administrative relief from the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and/or the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (or any similar agency in any applicable jurisdiction other than California); provided, further, that Executive shall not be entitled to obtain any monetary relief through such agencies other than workers compensation benefits or unemployment insurance benefits. Other costs of the arbitration, including the cost of any record or transcripts of the arbitration, AAAs administrative fees, the fee of the arbitrator, and all other fees and costs, shall be borne by the Company. This Section 5 is intended to be the exclusive method for resolving any and all claims by the parties against each other for payment of damages under this Agreement or relating to Executives employment; provided, however, that neither this Agreement nor the submission to arbitration shall limit the parties right to seek provisional relief, including without limitation injunctive relief, in any court of competent jurisdiction pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure SS 1281.8 or any similar statute of an applicable jurisdiction. Seeking any such relief shall not be deemed to be a waiver of such partys right to compel arbitration. Both Executive and the Company expressly waive their right to a jury trial.

Agreement to Arbitrate from Severance Agreement

This Severance Agreement (Agreement) is made effective as of January 2, 2014 (Effective Date), by and between Tessera Technologies, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the Company), and Robert Andersen (Executive). For purposes of this Agreement, the Company shall mean the Company and its subsidiaries.

Agreement to Arbitrate. Any dispute, claim or controversy based on, arising out of or relating to Executives employment or this Agreement shall be settled by final and binding arbitration in San Jose, California, before a single neutral arbitrator in accordance with the National Rules for the Resolution of Employment Disputes (the Rules) of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.1 Arbitration may be compelled pursuant to the California Arbitration Act (Code of Civil Procedure SSSS 1280 et seq.). If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator, one shall be appointed by the AAA in accordance with its Rules. Each party shall pay the fees of its own attorneys, the expenses of its witnesses and all other expenses connected with presenting its case; provided, however, Executive and the Company agree that, to the extent permitted by law, the arbitrator may, in his or her discretion, award reasonable attorneys fees to the prevailing party; provided, further, that the prevailing party shall be reimbursed for such fees, costs and expenses within forty-five (45) days following any such award, but in no event later than the last day of the Executives taxable year following the taxable year in which the fees, costs and expenses were incurred; provided, further, that the parties obligations pursuant to this sentence shall terminate on the tenth (10th) anniversary of the date of Executives termination of employment; provided, however, that Executive shall retain the right to file administrative charges with or seek relief through any government agency of competent jurisdiction, and to participate in any government investigation, including but not limited to (a) claims for workers compensation, state disability insurance or unemployment insurance; (b) claims for unpaid wages or waiting time penalties brought before the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement; provided, however, that any appeal from an award or from denial of an award of wages and/or waiting time penalties shall be arbitrated pursuant to the terms of this Agreement; and (c) claims for administrative relief from the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and/or the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (or any similar agency in any applicable jurisdiction other than California); provided, further, that Executive shall not be entitled to obtain any monetary relief through such agencies other than workers compensation benefits or unemployment insurance benefits. Other costs of the arbitration, including the cost of any record or transcripts of the arbitration, AAAs administrative fees, the fee of the arbitrator, and all other fees and costs, shall be borne by the Company. This Section 5 is intended to be the exclusive method for resolving any and all claims by the parties against each other for payment of damages under this Agreement or relating to Executives employment; provided, however, that neither this Agreement nor the submission to arbitration shall limit the parties right to seek provisional relief, including without limitation injunctive relief, in any court of competent jurisdiction pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure SS 1281.8 or any similar statute of an applicable jurisdiction. Seeking any such relief shall not be deemed to be a waiver of such partys right to compel arbitration. Both Executive and the Company expressly waive their right to a jury trial.

Agreement to Arbitrate from Severance Agreement

This Severance Agreement (Agreement) is made effective as of December 9, 2013 (Effective Date), by and between Tessera Technologies, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the Company), and Thomas Lacey (Executive). For purposes of this Agreement, the Company shall mean the Company and its subsidiaries.

Agreement to Arbitrate. Any dispute, claim or controversy based on, arising out of or relating to Executives employment or this Agreement shall be settled by final and binding arbitration in San Jose, California, before a single neutral arbitrator in accordance with the National Rules for the Resolution of Employment Disputes (the Rules) of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.1 Arbitration may be compelled pursuant to the California Arbitration Act (Code of Civil Procedure SSSS 1280 et seq.). If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator, one shall be appointed by the AAA in accordance with its Rules. Each party shall pay the fees of its own attorneys, the expenses of its witnesses and all other expenses connected with presenting its case; provided, however, Executive and the Company agree that, to the extent permitted by law, the arbitrator may, in his or her discretion, award reasonable attorneys fees to the prevailing party; provided, further, that the prevailing party shall be reimbursed for such fees, costs and expenses within forty-five (45) days following any such award, but in no event later than the last day of the Executives taxable year following the taxable year in which the fees, costs and expenses were incurred; provided, further, that the parties obligations pursuant to this sentence shall terminate on the tenth (10th) anniversary of the date of Executives termination of employment; provided, however, that Executive shall retain the right to file administrative charges with or seek relief through any government agency of competent jurisdiction, and to participate in any government investigation, including but not limited to (a) claims for workers compensation, state disability insurance or unemployment insurance; (b) claims for unpaid wages or waiting time penalties brought before the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement; provided, however, that any appeal from an award or from denial of an award of wages and/or waiting time penalties shall be arbitrated pursuant to the terms of this Agreement; and (c) claims for administrative relief from the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and/or the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (or any similar agency in any applicable jurisdiction other than California); provided, further, that Executive shall not be entitled to obtain any monetary relief through such agencies other than workers compensation benefits or unemployment insurance benefits. Other costs of the arbitration, including the cost of any record or transcripts of the arbitration, AAAs administrative fees, the fee of the arbitrator, and all other fees and costs, shall be borne by the Company. This Section 5 is intended to be the exclusive method for resolving any and all claims by the parties against each other for payment of damages under this Agreement or relating to Executives employment; provided, however, that neither this Agreement nor the submission to arbitration shall limit the parties right to seek provisional relief, including without limitation injunctive relief, in any court of competent jurisdiction pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure SS 1281.8 or any similar statute of an applicable jurisdiction. Seeking any such relief shall not be deemed to be a waiver of such partys right to compel arbitration. Both Executive and the Company expressly waive their right to a jury trial.

Agreement to Arbitrate from Change in Control Severance Agreement

This Change in Control Severance Agreement (Agreement) is made effective as of December 9, 2013 (Effective Date), by and between Tessera Technologies, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the Company), and Thomas Lacey (Executive). For purposes of this Agreement (other than Section 1(c) below), the Company shall mean the Company and its subsidiaries.

Agreement to Arbitrate. Any dispute, claim or controversy based on, arising out of or relating to Executives employment or this Agreement shall be settled by final and binding arbitration in San Jose, California, before a single neutral arbitrator in accordance with the National Rules for the Resolution of Employment Disputes (the Rules) of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.1 Arbitration may be compelled pursuant to the California Arbitration Act (Code of Civil Procedure SSSS 1280 et seq.). If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator, one shall be appointed by the AAA in accordance with its Rules. Each party shall pay the fees of its own attorneys, the expenses of its witnesses and all other expenses connected with presenting its case; provided, however, Executive and the Company agree that, to the extent permitted by law, the arbitrator may, in his or her discretion, award reasonable attorneys fees to the prevailing party; provided, further, that the prevailing party shall be reimbursed for such fees, costs and expenses within forty-five (45) days following any such award, but in no event later than the last day of the Executives taxable year following the taxable year in which the fees, costs and expenses were incurred; provided, further, that the parties obligations pursuant to this sentence shall terminate on the tenth (10th) anniversary of the date of Executives termination of employment; provided, however, that Executive shall retain the right to file administrative charges with or seek relief through any government agency of competent jurisdiction, and to participate in any government investigation, including but not limited to (a) claims for workers compensation, state disability insurance or unemployment insurance; (b) claims for unpaid wages or waiting time penalties brought before the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement; provided, however, that any appeal from an award or from denial of an award of wages and/or waiting time penalties shall be arbitrated pursuant to the terms of this Agreement; and (c) claims for administrative relief from the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and/or the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (or any similar agency in any applicable jurisdiction other than California); provided, further, that Executive shall not be entitled to obtain any monetary relief through such agencies other than workers compensation benefits or unemployment insurance benefits. Other costs of the arbitration, including the cost of any record or transcripts of the arbitration, AAAs administrative fees, the fee of the arbitrator, and all other fees and costs, shall be borne by the Company. This Section 5 is intended to be the exclusive method for resolving any and all claims by the parties against each other for 1 The Rules may be found online at: www.adr.org. payment of damages under this Agreement or relating to Executives employment; provided, however, that neither this Agreement nor the submission to arbitration shall limit the parties right to seek provisional relief, including without limitation injunctive relief, in any court of competent jurisdiction pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure SS 1281.8 or any similar statute of an applicable jurisdiction. Seeking any such relief shall not be deemed to be a waiver of such partys right to compel arbitration. Both Executive and the Company expressly waive their right to a jury trial.