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Overview. Often referred to as “MJ”, “His Airness” or “Air Jordan”, Michael Jordan is almost universally considered the greatest to ever play the game of basketball and one of the most culturally relevant athletes in the entire world. · Drafted 3rd overall in the 1984 NBA Draft after Hakeem Olajuwon and Sam Bowie, Michael Jordan played 15 seasons in the NBA, winning 6 NBA Titles with the Chicago Bulls. · He was also a 5 time NBA MVP, 10 time NBA scoring leader, 14 time NBA All-Star, 1984 NBA Rookie of the Year and 2 time Olympic Gold Medalist. He was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2009 and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2016, the highest civilian award. · From his Air Jordan brand with Nike to his appearances in film and television Jordan’s cultural significant and relevance cannot be overstated, making him one of the most recognizable and popular figures in the world. Asset Description Overview and authentication: · This offering contains a Michael Jordan’s AJ13 Sneakers Worn on June 5, 1998 in Game 2 of the 1998 NBA Finals in UtahThe Final Bred’s”. · The shoes have been photomatched by Meigray · Jordan scored 37 points and recorded 3 assists and 5 rebounds in the 93-88 victory. · Accompanied by letter of provenance from locker room attendant Preston Truman. Notable Features: · These shoes were worn in the NBA Finals featured in “The Last Dancedocumentary. Schedules to Twelfth Amendment to Limited Liability Company AgreementCollectable Sports Assets, LLCPage 81 of 205 Notable Defects: There are none. Depreciation The Company treats Memorabilia and Collectibles assets as collectible and therefore will not depreciate or amortize the SERIES #JordanLastDanceSneakers going forward. Schedules to Twelfth Amendment to Limited Liability Company Agreement – Collectable Sports Assets, LLC – Page 82 of 205 Schedule XXX to Twelfth Amendment to Collectable Sports Assets, LLC Amended and Restated Limited Liability Company Agreement Exhibit 270 Series Designation of #SCOTTIEPIPPENLASTDANCESNEAKERS, a series of Collectable Sports Assets, LLC Capitalized terms used but not defined herein have the meanings assigned to such terms in the Limited Liability Company Agreement of Collectable Sports Assets, LLC, as in effect as of the effective date set forth below (the “Agreement”). References to Sections and Articles set forth herein are references to Sections and Articles of the Agreement. Name of Series #SCOTTIEPIPPENLASTDANCESNEAKERS, a series of ...
Overview. The purpose of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority’s (“Authority”) Housing Education Program (HEP) is to facilitate education for clients seeking to purchase or retain a home. Funds received through this opportunity will allow an agency to assist first-time and repeat homebuyers by providing education on the many facets of the home purchase process, which may include overcoming challenges they may encounter throughout the process. Additionally, the agency may provide foreclosure counseling, and other related counseling, to current homeowner’s in need of such assistance.
Overview. Upon execution of this Agreement, the Shareholder and the Corporation shall be obliged to deliver to the Company, within thirty (30) days after execution of this Agreement: (i) the audited and unaudited financial statements required pursuant to Section 1.3 below; and (ii) the agreements required pursuant to Section 3.1 below. After approval of the same by the Company, and prior to filing the registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission relating to the initial public offering of the common stock, par value $.01 per share, of the Company (the "Initial Public Offering"), the Company will deliver to the Shareholder a disclosure document, together with a notice (the "Notice") specifying the date by which the Shareholder must execute and deliver a satisfactory shareholder representation letter in order to consummate the sale of the Stock pursuant to the terms of this Agreement. At the Company's option, the Notice shall include a requirement that the Shareholder purchase certain assets of the Corporation (at then current book value), assume certain liabilities of the Corporation, and cause certain employees of the Corporation to be terminated from employment by the Corporation. If, prior to the Closing Date (as defined in Section 1.4 below): (i) the Shareholder does not purchase the (unwanted) assets specified by the Company in the Notice, then such assets will be acquired by the Company without any adjustment to the Purchase Price (as defined in Section 1.3 below); (ii) the Shareholder does not assume the (unwanted) liabilities specified by the Company in the Notice, then the Company will reduce the cash portion of the purchase price by the dollar amount of any such liabilities (including early repayment costs, if any) of the Corporation existing as at the Closing Date; and (iii) the Corporation has not terminated the employment of the (unwanted) employees specified by the Company in the Notice, then the Company will make a reasonable estimate of the costs and expenses to be incurred in connection with such terminations of employment, and the Company will reduce the cash portion of the purchase price by the amount of such reasonable estimate. Upon timely delivery from the Shareholder of a shareholder representation letter satisfactory to the Company, the parties will close in escrow (the "Closing in Escrow") pursuant to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. Such Closing in Escrow shall take place at the offices of Akin, Gump, Strauss,...
Overview. Prescription drugs and diabetic equipment and supplies bought at a pharmacy are administered by our Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM). Prescription drugs bought at a pharmacy are subject to the benefit limits and the amount you pay as shown in the Summary of Pharmacy Benefits. For details, see Section A. Pharmacy Program for Prescription Drugs and Diabetic Equipment/Supplies Purchased at a Pharmacy listed below. Generic, preferred brand name, and non-preferred brand name prescription drugs dispensed and administered by a licensed health care provider (other than a pharmacy) are subject to the benefit limit and the amount you pay as shown in the Summary of Medical Benefits. Specialty prescription drugs are not separately reimbursed when dispensed by a professional provider unless bought from a Specialty Pharmacy. For details, see Section B. Generic, Preferred Brand Name, or Non-Preferred Brand Name Prescription Drugs Dispensed and Administered by a Licensed Health Care Provider (other than a Pharmacy) listed below.
Overview. BMS will have the exclusive right and shall be solely responsible for the manufacture (including having a Third Party manufacture on its behalf) of all Compound and Product (including all such manufacturing for use in Clinical Trials and for commercial sale), including all activities related to developing the process, analytics and formulation for the manufacture of clinical and commercial quantities of Compounds and/or Product, the production, manufacture, processing, filling, finishing, packaging, labeling, inspection, receiving, holding and shipping of Compounds and/or Products, or any raw materials or packaging materials with respect thereto, or any intermediate of any of the foregoing, including process and cost optimization, process qualification and validation, commercial manufacture, stability, in-process and release testing, quality assurance and quality control.
Overview. The Parties executed the First Amendment to the Tribal-State Compact, known as Appendix X2. Appendix X2 became effective May 31, 2007. This Appendix X2 Addendum further supplements Appendix X2 as follows:
Overview. The Parties executed the First Amendment to the Tribal-State Compact, known as Appendix X2. Appendix X2 became effective May 31, 2007. This Appendix X2 Addendum further supplements Appendix X2 as follows: