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Firstwave Technologies – Final Settlement Agreement (May 30th, 2017)

THIS FINAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT (this "Agreement") is made and entered into as of this ___ day of May, 2017, by and among JSJ Investments Inc. ("JSJ" or "Plaintiff") on the one hand, and Textmunication Holdings, Inc. ("TXHD" or "Defendant"), on the other hand. This Agreement resolves the dispute in the pending case styled JSJ Investments Inc. v. Textmunication Holdings, Inc., Cause No. DC-17-01404, in the 95th Judicial District Court of Dallas County, Texas (the "Lawsuit"). JSJ and TXHD shall be referred to individually as a "Party" or collectively as the "Parties."

RADIENT PHARMACEUTICALS CORP Common Stock – Final Settlement Agreement (August 29th, 2011)

This Final Settlement Agreement (the "Final Agreement") is dated this 25th day of August 2011, to be effective as of August 19, 2011 (the "Effective Date"), is being entered into among Radient Pharmaceuticals Corporation ("RPC" or the "Company"), Whalehaven Capital Fund, Ltd. ("Whalehaven") and Alpha Capital Anstalt ("Alpha Capital," and together with Whalehaven, the "Plaintiffs" or the "Holder(s)"). The Company and the Holders are hereinafter sometimes collectively referred to as the "Parties."

Gastar Exploration – FINAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT and COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL RELEASE Between and Among JAMES D. LYON, CHAPTER 7 TRUSTEE OF CLASSICSTAR LLC, GASTAR EXPLORATION LTD., AND OTHER INDIVIDUALS AND ENTITIES SET FORTH HEREIN (November 2nd, 2010)

THIS FINAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT AND COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL RELEASE (the "Agreement") is made and entered into as of the Effective Date by and between the Parties as defined below.

Final Settlement Agreement (January 6th, 2010)

This Final Settlement Agreement is made and entered into this 30th day of December, 2009, by and among Westar Energy, Inc., a Kansas corporation (Westar), Westar Industries, Inc., a Delaware corporation and wholly owned subsidiary of Westar (WII), Protection One, Inc., a Delaware corporation (POI), Protection One Alarm Monitoring, Inc., a Delaware corporation and wholly owned subsidiary of POI (POAMI and together with POI, the POI Parties), POI Acquisition, L.L.C., a Delaware limited liability company (POIA), on behalf of itself and as a successor-in-interest to POI Acquisition I, Inc. (POIA Inc.), and Monarch Master Funding Ltd, f/k/a Quadrangle Master Funding Ltd, a Cayman Islands exempted company incorporated with limited liability (MMFL and together with POIA and POIA Inc., the Buyer Parties), as a successor-in-interest to POIA Inc. (each of Westar, WII, POI, POAMI, POIA and MMFL, a Party and collectively, the Parties).

Mesa Offshore Trust – Final Settlement Agreement (May 19th, 2009)

OF ASSIGNEE OF ITS RIGHTS UNDER CONSUMER PROTECTION STATUTES AND ASSIGNEE FURTHER RECOGNIZES THAT ASSIGNOR IN DETERMINING TO PROCEED WITH THE ENTERING INTO OF THIS ASSIGNMENT, HAS EXPRESSLY RELIED ON THIS WAIVER AND THE INAPPLICABILITY OF THE DTPA AND THE CONSUMER PROTECTION STATUTES.

Amendment Number 33 Final Settlement Agreement (December 23rd, 2008)

This Amendment Number 33 (Final Settlement Agreement) is effective as of November 26, 2008, between Gaylord National, LLC (Gaylord), Perini/Tompkins, Joint Venture, a joint venture of Perini Building Company, Inc. and Turner Construction Company, t/a Tompkins Builders, Inc. (Joint Venture), Perini Building Company, Inc. (Perini) and Turner Construction Company, t/a Tompkins Builders, Inc. (Tompkins) (the Joint Venture, Perini, and Tompkins are hereinafter referred to as PTJV).

Gastar Exploration – FINAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT AND COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL RELEASE Between and Among GASTAR EXPLORATION, LTD., GEOSTAR CORPORATION, AND OTHER INDIVIDUALS AND ENTITIES SET FORTH HEREIN June 11,2008 (June 13th, 2008)
Ford Motor Company – Approval Order Shall Mean the Order to Be Obtained From the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, Approving in All Respects This MOU and the Final Settlement Agreement Documentation, on a Class-Wide Basis, Applicable to the Covered Group. (November 15th, 2007)
Confidential Final Settlement Agreement (March 16th, 2007)

This Confidential Final Settlement Agreement and Mutual Release ("Final Settlement Agreement") is made and entered into on October 9, 2006, by and among American Interbanc Mortgage, LLC ("American Interbanc") and Bankrate, Inc. ("Bankrate"), and in light of the following facts:

International Stem Cell CORP – Lifeline/Asc Final Settlement Agreement (December 29th, 2006)

This Final Settlement Agreement is entered into effective as of June 30, 2006 between, on the one hand, each of the ASC Parties (which include American Stem Cell Corporation Kenneth Swaisland, Ken Sorensen, Milton Datsopoulos, Michael McClain, Array Capital, Catalytix LDC, Catalytix Life Sciences Hedge, Avion Holdings, Inc., jointly and severally), and, on the other hand, the Lifeline Parties (which include Lifeline Cell Technology, LLC, Jeffrey Janus, William B. Adams, Kenneth C. Aldrich, jointly and severally). Both sides collectively are the Parties, and references to the Parties are intended as references to them jointly and severally, as well as their respective parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, and sister entities, and their respective shareholders, partners, members, directors, officers, managers and employees, and their respective attorneys, insurers, agents, representatives, predecessors, successors and assigns.

Prourocare Medical – Final Settlement Agreement and Unconditional Release (March 3rd, 2006)

This Final Settlement Agreement and Unconditional Release (Settlement) is entered into between Todd E. Leonard and his attorneys (Leonard), and ProUroCare, Inc. and ProUroCare Medical, Inc., and their divisions, operations, parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, management companies or entities, predecessors, successors, insurers, and assigns, and past and present owners, directors, stockholders, officers, trustees, agents, employees, attorneys and representatives (PUC)(collectively, Parties). The Parties have entered into this Agreement to fully and finally settle any and all differences between them that have arisen out of the negotiation of Parties August 1, 2005 Settlement Agreement (attached hereto), PUCs alleged breach of said Settlement Agreement and Case No. CT 05-017496 pending before Hennepin County District Court. The Parties have agreed to the following terms and conditions:

Ocata Therapeutics, Inc. – Final Settlement Agreement (May 23rd, 2005)

THIS FINAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT (the Agreement) is entered into this 6th day of August, 1999, among INFIGEN, INC., a Delaware corporation, whose principal place of business is 6908 River Road, DeForest, Wisconsin 53532 (Infigen), and ADVANCED CELL TECHNOLOGY, INC. (Advanced Cell) a Delaware corporation, whose principal place of business Is One Innovation Drive, Worcester, Massachusetts 01605, and STEVEN L. STICE (Dr. Stice), an individual, whose business address is University of Georgia, 125 Cedar Street, Athens, Georgia 30602.

Hytek Microsystems Inc – Amendment Number 3 to Final Settlement Agreement Re Cancellation of Syntron, Inc. Purchase Orders 45224 & 203491 (March 28th, 2005)

Amendment Number 3 modifies the Final Settlement Agreement as amended to incorporate a revised pricing agreement between Sercel, Inc. (Sercel) and Hytek, Microsystems, Inc. (Hytek). Also, the monthly storage fee of $400 for the Sercel, Inc. owned parts is reduced.

Hytek Microsystems Inc – Amendment Number 2 to Final Settlement Agreement Re Cancellation of Syntron, Inc. Purchase Orders 45224 & 203491 (April 2nd, 2004)

This Amendment Number 2 modifies the Final Settlement Agreement Re Cancellation of Syntron, Inc. Purchase Orders 45224 & 203491 between Chesapeake Sciences Corporation and Syntron, Inc. and Amendment 1 thereto. The Final Settlement Agreement Re Cancellation of Syntron, Inc. Purchase Orders 45224 & 203491 between Chesapeake Sciences Corporation and Syntron, Inc., Amendment Number 1 thereto, and this Amendment Number 2 shall be referred to collectively as the Agreement. Chesapeake Sciences Corporation, Syntron, Inc., Hytek Microsystems Incorporated and Sercel, Inc. agree as follows:

Hytek Microsystems Inc – Amendment Number 1 to Final Settlement Agreement Re Cancellation of Syntron, Inc. Purchase Orders 45224 & 203491 (April 2nd, 2004)

This Amendment Number 1 modifies the Final Settlement Agreement Re Cancellation of Syntron, Inc. Purchase Orders 45224 & 203491 between Chesapeake Sciences Corporation and Syntron, Inc. The Final Settlement Agreement Re Cancellation of Syntron, Inc. Purchase Orders 45224 & 203491 and this Amendment Number 1 shall be referred to collectively as the Agreement. Chesapeake Sciences Corporation and Syntron, Inc. agree as follows:

Final Settlement Agreement and Termination of Bargaining Relationship Recitals (March 30th, 2004)

Chart Industries, Inc. (Chart) for several years has operated a manufacturing facility in Plaistow, New Hampshire. The International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, Forgers and Helpers Local Lodge No. 752 of the AFL-CIO (the Union) has been the exclusive bargaining representative of Charts production and maintenance employees at the Plaistow facility. Chart and the Union currently are party to a collective bargaining agreement for the term of August 26, 2003 through August 25, 2006. Chart desires to permanently close the Plaistow facility, thereby terminating its relationship with the Union and the employment relationship with the Unions members working there.