This Agreement is dated November 14, 1997, and is between William M. Pastore, who resides at
_________________________________________ (referred to as “MR. PASTORE”), and Connecticut
General Life Insurance Company, a Connecticut corporation (referred to as “Employer”).
MR. PASTORE and Employer, intending to be legally bound and in consideration of the promises in this
Agreement and Release, mutually agree as follows:
1. Employer agrees to provide to MR. PASTORE the supplemental pension described in a memorandum dated
November 14, 1997 from H. Edward Hanway, President, CIGNA Healthcare, to MR. PASTORE. MR.
PASTORE agrees that the above promise and the supplemental pension are adequate consideration for his
promises set forth below.
2. For the twenty-four month period (in the event MR. PASTORE’s employment is involuntarily terminated
without cause, the period shall be twelve (12) months) beginning on the day immediately following the date MR.
PASTORE terminates employment with a CIGNA division and does not immediately begin working for another
CIGNA division (hereinafter “Termination Date”), MR. PASTORE will not, within any part of the United States
where a CIGNA division for which MR. PASTORE worked during his CIGNA career (hereinafter “Former
CIGNA Division”) is doing business or where, during the one-year period ending on Termination Date, a Former
CIGNA Division has been actively planning to do business:
3. MR. PASTORE acknowledges that the Employer will have no adequate remedy at law if MR. PASTORE
violates the terms of paragraph 2 above. In such event, Employer shall have the right, in addition to any other
rights it may have, to obtain in any court of competent jurisdiction injunctive relief to restrain any breach or
threatened breach of specific performance of paragraph 2 of this Agreement. If, in any such proceeding, the court
finds that the scope of protections afforded Employer or its affiliates is too broad to be enforceable under
relevant law, then it is t