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10-Q
BIOTIME INC filed this Form 10-Q on 08/09/2017
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2.5.
The Company shall be entitled to grant Sublicenses under the License provided that in each case (i) Hadasit approves the identity of the Sublicensee, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed; (ii) each Sublicense agreement shall contain inter alia, provisions necessary to ensure the Company's ability to perform its obligations under this Agreement, including with respect to reporting requirements and Hadasit's audit rights as well as a provision that specifies that the Sublicense automatically expires upon termination of the License; (iii) the Company remains responsible to Hadasit for its adherence to the terms and obligations of this Agreement; (iv) the Company shall not grant any right or license in the Licensed Technology or the Licensed Materials outside of the Field; (v) each Sublicensee commits to at least the same level of insurance coverage, liability and indemnification obligations towards the Company and Hadasit/HMO as set forth herein; (vi) the Sublicense is at bona fide arms-length conditions; (vii) the material commercial terms of the Sublicense agreement and all other related agreements are provided to Hadasit at least 21 (twenty one) business days prior to the signature of the Sublicense agreement by the parties thereto to the extent practicable, and the full final versions at least 24 (twenty four) hours prior to signature, so that Hadasit can ascertain that the Sublicense agreement does not derogate from its rights under, or is otherwise inconsistent with, this Agreement, provided that nothing in this provision shall be construed as exempting the Company from any of its obligations under this Agreement; (viii) the Company and each Sublicensee commits in writing (A) to report to HMO, in advance, in accordance with the guidelines of the Institution Review Board of HMO (Helsinki Committee), regarding any potential and/or planned use of the Licensed Materials and (B) to comply with all applicable ethical guidelines; (ix) the approval of the IIA to the transfer of Licensed Technology and Licensed Materials to the Sublicensee is obtained by the Company, to the extent applicable; (x) the approval of the Israeli Ministry of Health (the "MOH")  to the transfer of the Licensed Materials to the Sublicensee is obtained by the Company; in this respect, Hadasit agrees to use its reasonable efforts to assist the Company in obtaining such approval, to the extent that such approval requires action by Hadasit or HMO; and (xi) the Company shall provide to Hadasit a copy of the signed agreement and all amendments thereto (any which proposed amendment shall again be subject to the provisions of this Section 2.4 before being signed and coming into force), forthwith upon the signature thereof.

For the avoidance of any doubt, it is hereby acknowledged and agreed that (A) nothing contained in any sublicense agreement under the License shall be interpreted or applied as (i) diminishing or derogating from the rights of Hadasit hereunder for any purpose, (ii) increasing or extending the liability, obligation or commitment of Hadasit to the Company or any Sublicensee on any account, (iii) expanding or extending the rights granted hereunder by Hadasit to the Company for such Sublicense or any other purpose, or (iv) diminishing or derogating from the liability, obligation or commitment of the Company to Hadasit hereunder for any purpose; and (B) the foregoing provision shall apply notwithstanding the application or otherwise of Section 2.4(vii) above.
 
[ * ] = Certain confidential information contained in this document, marked by brackets, has been omitted and filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission pursuant to Rule 24b-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.
 
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