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The Bidding Process, Procedures for the Sale of certain Assets and Intellectual Property of Uptake Medical Corp.

Further to Gerbsman Partners sales letter of June 8, 2016 regarding the sale of certain assets of Uptake Medical Corp. (“Uptake Medical”), I am attaching Uptake Medical information and Exhibit A NDA, for interested parties bidding on the assets and IP of Uptake Medical.

Gerbsman Partners will be following up to review the Bidding Process, schedule due diligence meetings and answer any questions regarding the “Date Certain M&A Process”.

Gerbsman Partners (http://www.gerbsmanpartners.com) has been retained by Uptake Medical (http://uptakemedical.com) to solicit interest for the acquisition of all or substantially all of Uptake Medical’s assets, including its Intellectual Property (“IP”), in whole or in part (collectively, the “Uptake Medical Assets”).

Any and all the assets of Uptake Medical will be sold on an “as is, where is” basis and will be subject to “The Bidding Process for Interested Buyers”, outlined below.

Prior to the bid date of July 8, 2016, and after you receive the draft Asset Purchase Agreement “APA” (will be sent out next week) I would encourage all interested parties to have their counsel speak with Martin J. Waters, Esq. of Wilson Sonsini at 858 350 2308 – mwaters@wsgr.com. He is available to discuss any questions or comments of a legal nature relating to the transactions contemplated by the “APA”.


The information in this memorandum does not constitute the whole or any part of an offer or a contract.

The information contained in this memorandum relating to Uptake Medical’s Assets has been supplied by Uptake. It has not been independently investigated or verified by Gerbsman Partners or their respective agents.

Potential purchasers should not rely on any information contained in this memorandum or provided by Gerbsman Partners (or their respective staff, agents, and attorneys) in connection herewith, whether transmitted orally or in writing as a statement, opinion, or representation of fact. Interested parties should satisfy themselves through independent investigations as they or their legal and financial advisors see fit.

Gerbsman Partners, and their respective staff, agents, and attorneys, (i) disclaim any and all implied warranties concerning the truth, accuracy, and completeness of any information provided in connection herewith and (ii) do not accept liability for the information, including that contained in this memorandum, whether that liability arises by reasons of Uptake’s or Gerbsman Partners’ negligence or otherwise.

Any sale of the Uptake Medical Assets will be made on an “as-is,” “where-is,” and “with all faults” basis, without any warranties, representations, or guarantees, either express or implied, of any kind, nature, or type whatsoever from, or on behalf of Uptake Medical and Gerbsman Partners. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Uptake and Gerbsman Partners and their respective staff, agents, and attorneys, hereby expressly disclaim any and all implied warranties concerning the condition of the Uptake Medical Assets and any portions thereof, including, but not limited to, environmental conditions, compliance with any government regulations or requirements, the implied warranties of habitability, merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose.

This memorandum contains confidential information and is not to be supplied to any person without Gerbsman Partners’ prior consent. This memorandum and the information contained herein are subject to the non-disclosure agreement attached hereto as Exhibit A.

The Bidding Process for Interested Buyers

Interested and qualified parties will be expected to sign a nondisclosure agreement (attached hereto as Exhibit A) to have access to key members of the management and intellectual capital teams and the due diligence “war room” documentation (the “Due Diligence Access”). Each interested party, as a consequence of the Due Diligence Access granted to it, shall be deemed to acknowledge and represent (i) that it is bound by the bidding procedures described herein; (ii) that it has an opportunity to inspect and examine the Uptake Medical Assets and to review all pertinent documents and information with respect thereto; (iii) that it is not relying upon any written or oral statements, representations, or warranties of Gerbsman Partners, or their respective staff, agents, or attorneys; and (iv) all such documents and reports have been provided solely for the convenience of the interested party, and Gerbsman Partners (and their respective, staff, agents, or attorneys) do not make any representations as to the accuracy or completeness of the same.

Following an initial round of due diligence, interested parties will be invited to participate with a sealed bid, for the acquisition of the Uptake Medical Assets. Sealed bids must be submitted so that the bid is actually received by Gerbsman Partners no later than Friday, July 8, 2016, 3:00pm Pacific Standard Time (the “Bid Deadline”) at Gerbsman Partners.  Please also email steve@gerbsmanpartners.com with any bid.

Bids should identify those assets being tendered for in a specific and identifiable way. The attached Uptake fixed asset list may not be complete and Bidders interested in the Uptake Medical Equipment must submit a separate bid for such assets. Be specific as to the assets desired.

Any person or other entity making a bid must be prepared to provide independent confirmation that they possess the financial resources to complete the purchase where applicable. All bids must be accompanied by a refundable deposit check in the amount of $200,000 (payable to Uptake Medical, Inc.). The winning bidder will be notified within 3 business days after the Bid Deadline. Non-successful bidders will have their deposit returned to them. Uptake Medical reserves the right to, in its sole discretion, accept or reject any bid, or withdraw any or all assets from sale.

Uptake will require the successful bidder to close within 7 business days. Any or all of the assets of Uptake will be sold on an “as is, where is” basis, with no representation or warranties whatsoever.

All sales, transfer, and recording taxes, stamp taxes, or similar taxes, if any, relating to the sale of the Uptake Medical Assets shall be the sole responsibility of the successful bidder and shall be paid to Uptake at the closing of each transaction.

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