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10-Q
BIOTIME INC filed this Form 10-Q on 08/09/2017
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As of June 30, 2017, AgeX had received $5.1 million in the escrow account from certain AgeX Investors but the conditions required by AgeX for the sale of the AgeX common stock had not been satisfied as of that date. Accordingly, AgeX recorded the $5.1 million as a restricted cash equivalent and a corresponding escrow liability on the condensed consolidated balance sheet at June 30, 2017.

Second Amended and Restated License Agreement

On June 15, 2017, Cell Cure entered into a Second Amended and Restated License Agreement (the “License Agreement”) with Hadasit Medical Research Services and Development Ltd. (“Hadasit”), the commercial arm and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hadassah Medical Organization. Pursuant to the License Agreement, Hadasit granted Cell Cure an exclusive, worldwide, royalty bearing license (with the right to grant sublicenses) in its intellectual property portfolio of materials and technology related to human stem cell derived photoreceptor cells and retinal pigment epithelial cells (the “Licensed IP”), to use, commercialize and exploit any part thereof, in any manner whatsoever in the fields of the development and exploitation of (i) human stem cell derived photoreceptor cells, solely for use in cell therapy for the diagnosis, amelioration, prevention and treatment of eye disorders, and (ii) human stem cell derived retinal pigment epithelial cells, solely for use in cell therapy for the diagnosis, amelioration, prevention and treatment of eye disorders.

As consideration for the Licensed IP, Cell Cure will pay a small one-time lump sum payment, a royalty in the mid single digits of net sales from sales of Licensed IP by any invoicing entity, and a royalty of between 15 and 25 percent of sublicensing receipts. In addition, Cell Cure will pay Hadasit an annual minimal non-refundable royalty, which will become due and payable the first January 1 following the completion of services to Cell Cure by a research laboratory.

Cell Cure agreed to pay Hadasit non-refundable milestone payments upon the recruitment of the first patient for the first Phase IIB clinical trial, upon the enrollment of the first patient in the first Phase III clinical trials, upon delivery of the report for the first Phase III clinical trials, upon the receipt of an NDA or marketing approval in the European Union, whichever is the first to occur, and upon the first commercial sale in the United States or European Union, whichever is the first to occur. Such milestones, in the aggregate, may be up to $3.5 million. As of June 30, 2017, Cell Cure had not accrued any milestone payments under the License Agreement.

The License Agreement terminates upon the expiration of Cell Cure’s obligation to pay royalties for all licensed products, unless earlier terminated. In addition, the License Agreement may be terminated by (i) Hadasit if, among other reasons, Cell Cure fails to continue the clinical development of the Licensed IP or fails to take actions to commercialize or sell the Licensed IP over any consecutive 12 month period, and (ii) by either party for (a) a material breach which remains uncured following a cure period, or (b) the granting of a winding-up order in respect of the other party, or upon an order being granted against the other party for the appointment of a receiver or a liquidator in respect of a substantial portion of such other party’s assets. The License Agreement also contains mutual confidentiality obligations of Cell Cure and Hadasit, and indemnification obligations of Cell Cure.

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Subsequent Events

On July 10, 2017, BioTime purchased all of the outstanding Cell Cure Convertible Notes and Cell Cure ordinary shares held by Hadasit Bio-Holdings Ltd. (“HBL”), a Cell Cure shareholder that owned 21.2% of the issued and outstanding Cell Cure ordinary shares and substantially all of the Cell Cure Convertible Notes issued by Cell Cure shareholders other than BioTime. On the same date, BioTime also purchased all of the Cell Cure ordinary shares owned by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (“Teva”). BioTime issued a total of 4,924,542 common shares valued at $15.2 million based on closing prices of BioTime common shares on the NYSE MKT to acquire the Cell Cure Convertible Notes and ordinary shares from HBL and Teva. Prior to the consummation of the transactions with HBL and Teva, BioTime held 62.5% of the issued and outstanding Cell Cure ordinary shares and upon the consummation, BioTime held 99.8%. BioTime will account for the transactions with HBL and Teva in accordance with ASC 810-10-45-23, ConsolidationOther Presentation Matters, which prescribes the accounting for changes in ownership interest that do not result in a change in control of the subsidiary, as defined by GAAP, before and after the transaction.  Furthermore, BioTime expects to record a noncash loss on extinguishment for the Cell Cure Convertible Notes purchased from HBL during the three months ended September 30, 2017.
 
On August 8, 2017, the Israel Innovation Authority (the “IIA”) approved a grant for 2017 of up to 7.2 million Israeli New Shekels (approximately $2.0 million) for the development of OpRegen®.

On August 9, 2017, BioTime shareholders reaffirmed and approved the Articles Amendment for 150,000,000 authorized shares (see Note 10). BioTime will file a Certificate of Amendment to its Articles of Incorporation which will confirm that the authorized number of common shares is 150,000,000 and will supersede the Certificate of Amendment filed during June 2016.

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