& RESTATED CONFIRMATORY PATENT ASSIGNMENT AND
AMENDED & RESTATED CONFIRMATORY PATENT ASSIGNMENT AND ROYALTY AGREEMENT (this “Agreement”) is entered into as of
November 11, 2020 (the “Effective Date”), by and between SRQ PATENT HOLDINGS, LLC, a Florida limited liability company (“Assignor”),
located at 324 South Hyde Park Ave Suite 350 Tampa FL 33606, and MYMD PHARMACEUTICALS, INC., a Florida corporation, (“Assignee”),
located at 324 S. Hyde Park Avenue, Suite 350, Tampa FL 33606 to amend, restate and replace that certain Confirmatory Patent and Assignment
Agreement among the parties originally entered into effective as of November 17, 2017 and that certain First Amended Confirmatory Patent
Assignment and Royalty Agreement entered into effective November 9, 2020. Assignor and Assignee are herein referred to collectively as
Assignor assigned its entire right, title, and interest in the Assigned Patent Applications, inventions and improvements therein, and
Letters Patent (referred to herein collectively as the “Innovation”) to Assignee via that certain Assignment, dated November
15, 2016 (referred to herein as the “Assignment”), recorded with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on November
16, 2016 at reel and frame number 040337/0243; and
as part of the consideration for the Assignment, Assignee desires to grant Assignor royalties as set forth herein;
THEREFORE, for good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the Parties hereby
agree as follows:
Capitalized terms used but not defined herein shall have the meanings for such terms that are set forth in the Assignment.
“Assigned Product” shall mean: (a) any product whose manufacture, use, sale, offer for sale, or importation infringes a Valid
Claim of an Assigned Patent Application or Letters Patent either directly or by contributory infringement or inducement of infringement
(collectively “covered”); (b) any product which is applied using any method that is covered by a Valid Claim of an Assigned
Patent Application or Letters Patent; or (c) any method covered by a Valid Claim of an Assigned Patent Application or Letters Patent.
For purposes of clarity, an Assigned Product shall continue to be covered by this definition after expiration of such Assigned Patent
Application or Letters Patent for as long as such Assigned Product remains covered by terms of any strategic partnership/joint venture
and/or License agreement with any third party.
“Licensee” shall mean any entity, whether a partnership, firm, company, corporation or otherwise to which Assignee grants
a license of the Innovation or a part thereof.
“Net Sales Price” shall mean the invoice price for Assigned Products sold in arm’s length sales or commercial transactions
to a third party by Assignee, its affiliates, or any third party which acquired ownership of any Assigned Product from Assignee, less
deductions for taxes, duties, and shipping charges separately stated on the invoice.
“Revenue” shall mean any and all revenue or other consideration received for an Assigned Product, including but not limited
to, revenue or royalties from sales of Assigned Products, upfront revenue, milestone revenue, royalty income (e.g., running royalty
or minimum royalty), license fees, and the market value at the time of transfer of all non-monetary consideration such as in-kind contribution
valued in money in the country of disposition.
“Valid Claim” shall mean a claim in an Assigned Patent Application or unexpired Letters Patent which has not been held invalid
or unenforceable by a court or tribunal of competent jurisdiction from which no further appeal can be taken or has been taken within
the required time period.
2—ROYALTY PAYMENTS AND REPORTS
Royalties. Assignee agrees to pay to Assignor eight percent (8.0%) of the following consideration actually received in the aggregate
Net Sales Price; and
Revenue, excluding any commercial sales accounted for in the Net Sales Price
(i) and (ii) being the “Royalties”), where the term “milestone revenue” as used in Section 1.5 (Revenue) refers
to consideration paid to Assignee, by any third party, upon the first achievement of any developmental or regulatory approval event as
to all Assigned Product(s). These Royalties will be distributed as follows:
Trust, or its assigns
Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, FL 34234
percent (7.0 %) Revenue|
Samuel S. Duffey, Esq., or his assigns
Grey Oaks Ave.
of one percent (0.5%) Revenue
James A. McNulty, CPA, or his assigns
South Hyde Park Ave., Suite 350,
of one percent (0.5%) Revenue
Licensees. To the extent Assignee grants a license of the Innovation, or any part thereof, to any third party, and receives Revenue
therefrom, then Assignee agrees to pay to Assignor eight percent (8.0%) of Revenue received in the aggregate by Assignee from all such
licensees granting rights to the Innovation, distributed by Assignee as set forth in Section 2.1, to the extent such Revenue has not
been accounted for in Section 2.1(ii). For clarity, Assignee will owe at most eight percent (8.0%) of all consideration collectively
received from all commercial sales and all third parties under all sections of this Article 2.
Term of Royalty Obligations. The Royalties specified in Section 2.1 shall commence on the Effective Date, and shall continue,
in each country on a product-by-product and country-by-country basis until the later of i) the date of expiration of the last to expire
patent included within the Innovation, or ii) the date of expiration of the last strategic partnership/licensing agreement including
Payments of Royalties. Royalties shall be paid no later than sixty (60) days following the end of the calendar quarter during
which Assigned Products are sold and invoiced, or Revenues are received.
Place of Payment. Assignee agrees to pay the respective amounts contemplated by Article 2 to Assignor, Mr. Duffey, and Mr. McNulty
at the respective addresses listed hereinabove, or at such other places as Assignor, Mr. Duffey, and Mr. McNulty may specify from time
to time, in United States dollars and through a United States bank as designated by each of Assignor, Mr. Duffey, and Mr. McNulty.
No royalty shall be paid twice on the Assigned Product.
Interest. All payments due hereunder that are not paid when due and payable as specified in this Agreement shall bear interest
at an accrual rate equal to the prime rate for U.S. dollar deposits in effect from time to time, as published daily in the Wall Street
Journal plus 5%, compounded monthly from the date due until paid, or at such lower rate of interest as shall then be the maximum rate
permitted by applicable law.
Right to Documentation. Upon request, Assignor, Mr. Duffey, and Mr. McNulty shall have the right to request reasonable documentation
of Assignee’s calculations to determine Royalties and to request discussion of such calculations with appropriate representatives
Records Retention and Audits. Assignee agrees to keep true and accurate records, files, and books of account containing all the
data reasonably required for the full computation and verification of the Royalties to be paid in Article 2 hereof, and Assignee further
agrees to permit its books and records to be examined from time to time to the extent necessary to verify such Royalties, such examination
to be made at the expense of Assignor, Mr. Duffey, or Mr. McNulty, as applicable, by any auditor appointed by any of Assignor, Mr. Duffey,
or Mr. McNulty who shall be acceptable to Assignee, or by a certified public accountant appointed by any of Assignor, Mr. Duffey, or
Mr. McNulty; provided that only those Royalties paid by Assignee within the two (2) year period immediately preceding the start of the
audit, and their supporting records, files, and books of account will be subject to audit.
3—ASSIGNMENT OF RIGHTS
Royalty recipients identified in section 2.1 above acknowledge and agree that Assignee may assign, license or otherwise convey any part
or all of the Innovation to a third party without the consent of any or all of the Royalty recipients. Such assignment shall be through
an arms-length transaction to a non-affiliate, made at fair value, and shall result in treatment of Royalty recipients which is proportional
to the rights granted in section 2.1 above. Assignee shall give written notice to Starwood Trust, Mr. Duffey, and Mr. McNulty with respect
to any assignment of the Innovation granted by Assignee.
Assignee shall give written notice to Starwood Trust, Mr. Duffey, and Mr. McNulty with respect to any license of the Innovation granted
by Assignee. Such license shall be through an arms-length transaction to a non-affiliate, made at fair value, and shall result in treatment
of Royalty recipients which is proportional to the rights granted in section 2.1 above
Relationship of Parties. Nothing in this Agreement is or shall be deemed to constitute a partnership, agency, employee or joint
venture relationship between the Parties. No Party shall incur any debts or make any commitments for the other, except to the extent,
if at all, specifically provided herein.
This Agreement shall inure to the benefit of the Parties, Starwood Trust, Mr. Duffey, Mr. McNulty, their successors and lawful assigns,
and be binding upon the Parties, their successors, and lawful assigns.
Amendment. This Agreement may not be amended except in writing by all the Parties, and upon the written consent of Starwood Trust,
Mr. Duffey and Mr. McNulty. This Agreement may be signed in counterparts, each of which when taken together, will constitute one and
the same instrument.
Waiver. No provision of this Agreement shall be waived by any act, omission or knowledge of a Party or its agents or employees
except by an instrument in writing expressly waiving such provision and signed by the waiving Party.
Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of Florida and the laws of The United States of America as applicable,
and any dispute between the Parties with respect to this Agreement shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Florida Courts.
Severability. Whenever possible, each provision of this Agreement will be interpreted in a manner as to be effective and valid
under applicable law, but if any provision of this Agreement is held to be prohibited by or invalid under applicable law, such provision
will be ineffective only to the extent of such prohibition or invalidity, without invalidating the remainder of this Agreement.
Force Majeure. Neither Party shall lose any rights hereunder or be liable to the other Party or beneficiary for damages or losses
(except for payment obligations) on account of failure of performance by the defaulting party to the extent such the failure is occasioned
by war, strike, fire, Act of God, earthquake, flood, lockout, embargo, governmental acts or orders or restrictions (except if imposed
due to or resulting from the party’s violation of law or regulations), failure of suppliers, or any other reason where failure
to perform is beyond the reasonable control and not caused by the negligence, intentional conduct or misconduct of the nonperforming
party and the nonperforming party has exerted all reasonable efforts to avoid or remedy such force majeure; provided, however, that in
no event shall a force majeure excuse performance for a period of more than six (6) months.
Notice. All notices required or permitted by this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be given by first class postage pre-paid
mail, via electronic mail with receipt verification, or by facsimile transmission, effective in each case upon the date of mailing or
facsimile transmission thereof to the parties addressed as follows:
Bay Shore Road
South Hyde Park Avenue, Suite 350
to Mr. Duffey:
Grey Oaks Ave.
to Mr. McNulty:
A. McNulty, CPA
South Hyde Park Ave Suite 350
to such other address as the party to receive such notice shall have designated by written notice to the other party hereto.
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WITNESS WHEREOF, each of the Parties has caused this Agreement to be executed by its duly authorized officer as of the day and year
first above written.
PATENT HOLDINGS, LLC (Assignor)|
Williams/Starwood Trust |
– Starwood Trust|
PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. (Assignee)|
James A. McNulty|