6. Term & Termination
6.2 Early Termination by Company. Company may terminate this Agreement at any time effective upon completion of each of the following conditions: (a) providing at least [***] days prior written notice to Cellscript of such intention to terminate; (b) ceasing to make, have made, use, import, offer for sale and sell all Licensed Products under the Sublicense; (c) providing documentation stating that all sublicenses granted by Company which are still in force at the date of termination can be assigned to Cellscript and working with Cellscript to assign or terminate such sublicenses based on the specific circumstances related thereto; and (d) paying all amounts owed to Cellscript under this Agreement through the effective date of termination. For clarity, Company may individually terminate either the Sublicense to Exhibit A-1 Patent Rights or the Sublicense to Exhibit A-2 Patent Rights or the Sublicense to Exhibit D Patents provided that each of the conditions stipulated in Section 6.2 is met with respect to the Patent Rights and Exhibit D Patents terminated from the Sublicense. [***]
6.3 Early Termination by Cellscript. Cellscript may, to the extent permissible by law, terminate this Agreement if: (a) Company is more than [***] late in paying to Cellscript any amounts owed under this Agreement and does not pay Cellscript in full, including accrued interest, within [***] after receiving written notice of the breach from Cellscript (a “Payment Default”); or (b) other than a Payment Default, Company materially breaches this Agreement and Company does not cure the breach within [***] after receiving written notice of the breach from Cellscript; or (c) Company causes or experiences a Trigger Event, or an Affiliate or Third Party sublicensee of Company commences or causes a Patent Challenge (as defined Section in 6.4 below) and Company does not terminate the sublicense or cause the Patent Challenge to be terminated prior to or promptly upon learning of said Patent Challenge. It is understood that, with respect to both of (a) and (b), Company is also responsible for its Affiliates and Third Parties sublicensees.
6.4 Trigger Event. The term “Trigger Event” means any of the following: (a) Company (i) becomes insolvent, bankrupt or generally fails to pay its debts as such debts become due, (ii) is adjudicated insolvent or bankrupt, (iii) admits in writing its inability to pay its debts, (iv) suffers the appointment of a custodian, receiver or trustee for its assets and, if appointed without its consent, not discharged [***], (v) makes an assignment of its assets for the benefit of creditors, or (vi) suffers proceedings being instituted against it under any law related to bankruptcy, insolvency, dissolution, liquidation or the reorganization, readjustment or release of multiple debtors and, if contested by it, not dismissed or stayed within [***]; (b) the institution or commencement by Company of any proceeding under any law related to bankruptcy, insolvency, liquidation or the reorganization, readjustment or release of multiple debtors; (c) the entering of any order for relief relating to any of the proceedings described in Section 6.4(a) or(b) above; (d) the calling by Company of a meeting of multiple creditors with a view to arranging a composition of adjustment of its debts; (e) the act or failure to act by Company that results in its consent to, approval of, or acquiescence in any of the proceedings described in Section 6.4(a) – (d) above; or(f) the commencement by Company or an Affiliate or Third Party sublicensee of Company of any action against Penn to declare or render invalid or unenforceable the Patent Rights or Exhibit D Patents or any claim thereof, including but not limited to an action for declaratory judgment (a “Patent Challenge”).