Board Uses in Notice of Claim Clause

Notice of Claim from Employment Agreement

THIS EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") is made on the 11th day of March, 2015, by and between Tumi, Inc., a New Jersey corporation (the "Company") and Peter L. Gray ("Executive").

Notice of Claim. A party asserting a Claim (the "Claimant") shall deliver written notice to each party against whom the Claim is asserted (collectively, the "Opposing Party"), with a copy to the persons required to receive copies of notices under the Agreement (the "Additional Notice Parties"), specifying the nature of the Claim and requesting a meeting to resolve same. The Additional Notice Parties shall be given reasonable notice of and invited and permitted to attend any such meeting. If no resolution is reached within 10 business days after delivery of such notice, the Claimant or the Opposing Party may, within 45 days after giving such notice, invoke the arbitration procedure provided herein by delivering to each Opposing Party and the Additional Notice Parties a Notice of Arbitration, which shall specify the Claim as to which arbitration is sought, the nature of the Claim, the basis for the Claim, and the nature and amount of any damages or other compensation or relief sought (a "Notice of Arbitration"). Each party agrees that no punitive damages may be sought or recovered in any arbitration, judicial proceeding or otherwise. Failure to file a Notice of Arbitration within 45 days shall constitute a waiver of any right to relief for the matters asserted in the notice of claim. Any Claim shall be forever barred, and no relief may be sought therefor, if written notice of such Claim is not made as provided above within one year of the date such claim accrues.

Notice of Claim from Amended and Restated Employment Agreement

THIS AMENDED AND RESTATED EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") is made on the 11th day of March, 2015, by and between Tumi, Inc., a New Jersey corporation (the "Company") and Jerome S. Griffith ("Executive"). This Agreement amends and restates the Employment Agreement by and between the Company and the Executive dated December 22, 2008 (the "Prior Agreement") in its entirety.

Notice of Claim. A party asserting a Claim (the "Claimant") shall deliver written notice to each party against whom the Claim is asserted (collectively, the "Opposing Party"), with a copy to the persons required to receive copies of notices under the Agreement (the "Additional Notice Parties"), specifying the nature of the Claim and requesting a meeting to resolve same. The Additional Notice Parties shall be given reasonable notice of and invited and permitted to attend any such meeting. If no resolution is reached within 10 business days after delivery of such notice, the Claimant or the Opposing Party may, within 45 days after giving such notice, invoke the arbitration procedure provided herein by delivering to each Opposing Party and the Additional Notice Parties a Notice of Arbitration, which shall specify the Claim as to which arbitration is sought, the nature of the Claim, the basis for the Claim, and the nature and amount of any damages or other compensation or relief sought (a "Notice of Arbitration"). Each party agrees that no punitive damages may be sought or recovered in any arbitration, judicial proceeding or otherwise. Failure to file a Notice of Arbitration within 45 days shall constitute a waiver of any right to relief for the matters asserted in the notice of claim. Any Claim shall be forever barred, and no relief may be sought therefor, if written notice of such Claim is not made as provided above within one year of the date such claim accrues.

Notice of Claim from Amended and Restated Employment Agreement

THIS AMENDED AND RESTATED EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") is made on the 11th day of March, 2015, by and between Tumi, Inc., a New Jersey corporation (the "Company") and Steven M. Hurwitz ("Executive"). This Agreement amends and restates the Employment Agreement by and between the Company and the Executive dated May 15, 2006 (the "Prior Agreement") in its entirety.

Notice of Claim. A party asserting a Claim (the "Claimant") shall deliver written notice to each party against whom the Claim is asserted (collectively, the "Opposing Party"), with a copy to the persons required to receive copies of notices under the Agreement (the "Additional Notice Parties"), specifying the nature of the Claim and requesting a meeting to resolve same. The Additional Notice Parties shall be given reasonable notice of and invited and permitted to attend any such meeting. If no resolution is reached within 10 business days after delivery of such notice, the Claimant or the Opposing Party may, within 45 days after giving such notice, invoke the arbitration procedure provided herein by delivering to each Opposing Party and the Additional Notice Parties a Notice of Arbitration, which shall specify the Claim as to which arbitration is sought, the nature of the Claim, the basis for the Claim, and the nature and amount of any damages or other compensation or relief sought (a "Notice of Arbitration"). Each party agrees that no punitive damages may be sought or recovered in any arbitration, judicial proceeding or otherwise. Failure to file a Notice of Arbitration within 45 days shall constitute a waiver of any right to relief for the matters asserted in the notice of claim. Any Claim shall be forever barred, and no relief may be sought therefor, if written notice of such Claim is not made as provided above within one year of the date such claim accrues.

Notice of Claim from Employment Agreement

THIS EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") is made on the 11th day of March, 2015, by and between Tumi, Inc., a New Jersey corporation (the "Company") and Adam Levy ("Executive").

Notice of Claim. A party asserting a Claim (the "Claimant") shall deliver written notice to each party against whom the Claim is asserted (collectively, the "Opposing Party"), with a copy to the persons required to receive copies of notices under the Agreement (the "Additional Notice Parties"), specifying the nature of the Claim and requesting a meeting to resolve same. The Additional Notice Parties shall be given reasonable notice of and invited and permitted to attend any such meeting. If no resolution is reached within 10 business days after delivery of such notice, the Claimant or the Opposing Party may, within 45 days after giving such notice, invoke the arbitration procedure provided herein by delivering to each Opposing Party and the Additional Notice Parties a Notice of Arbitration, which shall specify the Claim as to which arbitration is sought, the nature of the Claim, the basis for the Claim, and the nature and amount of any damages or other compensation or relief sought (a "Notice of Arbitration"). Each party agrees that no punitive damages may be sought or recovered in any arbitration, judicial proceeding or otherwise. Failure to file a Notice of Arbitration within 45 days shall constitute a waiver of any right to relief for the matters asserted in the notice of claim. Any Claim shall be forever barred, and no relief may be sought therefor, if written notice of such Claim is not made as provided above within one year of the date such claim accrues.

Notice of Claim from Amended and Restated Employment Agreement

THIS AMENDED AND RESTATED EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") is made on the 11th day of March, 2015, by and between Tumi, Inc., a New Jersey corporation (the "Company") and Michael J. Mardy ("Executive"). This Agreement amends and restates the Employment Agreement by and between the Company and the Executive dated November 17, 2004 (the "Prior Agreement") in its entirety.

Notice of Claim. A party asserting a Claim (the "Claimant") shall deliver written notice to each party against whom the Claim is asserted (collectively, the "Opposing Party"), with a copy to the persons required to receive copies of notices under the Agreement (the "Additional Notice Parties"), specifying the nature of the Claim and requesting a meeting to resolve same. The Additional Notice Parties shall be given reasonable notice of and invited and permitted to attend any such meeting. If no resolution is reached within 10 business days after delivery of such notice, the Claimant or the Opposing Party may, within 45 days after giving such notice, invoke the arbitration procedure provided herein by delivering to each Opposing Party and the Additional Notice Parties a Notice of Arbitration, which shall specify the Claim as to which arbitration is sought, the nature of the Claim, the basis for the Claim, and the nature and amount of any damages or other compensation or relief sought (a "Notice of Arbitration"). Each party agrees that no punitive damages may be sought or recovered in any arbitration, judicial proceeding or otherwise. Failure to file a Notice of Arbitration within 45 days shall constitute a waiver of any right to relief for the matters asserted in the notice of claim. Any Claim shall be forever barred, and no relief may be sought therefor, if written notice of such Claim is not made as provided above within one year of the date such claim accrues.