Master Alliance Provisions Guide (MAPGuide)

Ocugen-BBIL, COVID-19 Vaccine (Covaxin), Co-development, Supply & Commercialization Agreement

  • Consortium structure & management | Reporting Requirements

Definitions

Significant Development Event” means any of the following material Development events: (a) any material interaction and/or written correspondence between a Party or any of its Affiliates and any Regulatory Authority with respect to theProduct; or (b) any material event or result with respect to any Clinical Trial involving the Product.

2. Governance

2.9. Reports. At each regularly scheduled meeting of the JSC, each Party will provide to the JSC a progress update on such Party’s activities under the Development Plan or Commercialization Plan, as applicable. Such progress update can take the form of a PowerPoint presentation. Each Party will endeavor to provide a copy of any such PowerPoint presentation to the JSC at least two (2) Business Days prior to the meeting of the JSC at which such presentation will be made. Such presentation will include a summary of the Development or Commercialization activities conducted by such Party pursuant to the Development Plan or Commercialization Plan, as applicable, since the prior meeting of the JSC.

4. Co-Development of the Product

4.8. Records and Reports. Each Party shall maintain complete and accurate records of its Development Activities in accordance with good business practices and in sufficient detail, including in sufficient detail for the purpose of making patent filings and Regulatory Filings, in good scientific manner, or otherwise in a manner that reflects all work done and results achieved. Each Party may review and copy such records at reasonable times, and upon reasonable notice to the other Party. Each Party shall provide to the other Party, at least once each [***] until the First Commercial Sale of the Product in the Ocugen Territory, a reasonably detailed report that summarizes: (a) all Development Activities conducted and the results obtained by such Party with respect to the Product during the most recently completed Calendar Quarter; and (b) any Significant Development Events applicable to the Product.

6. Commercialization

6.5. Commercialization Reports. Each Party shall maintain a record of all of its Commercialization activities in accordance with good business practices. No later than [***], such Party shall provide to the other Party a reasonably detailed report that summarizes the Commercialization activities conducted by such Party during [***].

8. Profit Share

8.2. Sales Reports; Payments. Within [***] after the end of each of the first three Calendar Quarters of each Calendar Year (each such report, a “Quarterly Report”) and [***] after the end of each such Calendar Year (each such report, an “Annual Report”), Ocugen shall provide a written report to BBIL showing: (a) the gross Sales and Net Sales of the Product in and for the Ocugen Territory through the end of such Calendar Quarter (or Calendar Year, if applicable); (b) the total amount of deductions from gross Sales taken to determine Net Sales of the Product in and for the Ocugen Territory for such Calendar Quarter (or Calendar Year, if applicable); (c) a calculation of Operating Profit in accordance with Exhibit B for such Calendar Quarter (or Calendar Year, if applicable), and (d) a calculation of the Profit Share payable to BBIL in respect of such Calendar Quarter (or Calendar Year, if applicable). In addition, each Annual Report will include any applicable adjustments to Operating Profit reported in the Quarterly Reports for such Calendar Year. Ocugen shall pay any Profit Share owed to BBIL within [***] after the end of each of the first three Calendar Quarters of each Calendar Year and [***] after the end of such Calendar Year in which Sales of the Product by Ocugen, its Affiliates or Sublicensees occur in the Ocugen Territory, commencing with the Calendar Quarter in which the First Commercial Sale of the Product in the Ocugen Territory occurs. To the extent that the actual Operating Profit for the first three Calendar Quarters of any Calendar Year were in excess of the Operating Profit included in the applicable Quarterly Reports, Ocugen will pay to BBIL, within [***] after the end of the applicable Calendar Year, an amount equal to the Profit Share on such excess. To the extent that the actual Operating Profit for the first three Calendar Quarters of any Calendar Year were less than the Operating Profit included in the applicable Quarterly Reports, Ocugen may apply the amount of any overpayment as a credit against any Profit Share that may be payable to BBIL within [***] after the end of the applicable Calendar Year, or if no Profit Share is payable, against the future Profit Share payments owed to BBIL under this Agreement. If no such future Profit Share payments are payable, then BBIL shall refund the overpayment to Ocugen within [***] after the end of such Calendar Year.