623 East 68th Street, Suite 4A
New York, NY 10065
December 19, 2018
Attn: Lee Myers and associates
Reference: Myers versus Jameson Pharmaceuticals Corporation
Dear Mr Myers and Associates,
On December 17, 2018, Jameson Pharmaceuticals Corporation (“Jameson”) accepted the Offer of Settlement and Stipulation and Agreement (the “Settlement Agreement”) tendered December 6, 2018. In addition, all survivors and friends who were claimants in the litigation over 59 Canal Street LLC (“Claimants”), have filed a waiver releasing Jameson of all liability for any claims arising before December 6, 2018 (“Waiver of Liability”). With this Settlement Agreement and Waiver of Liability, Jameson has a agreed to allow access to Schumacher Laboratory, 59 Canal Street, Basement, 59 Canal Street, New York NY 10002 (“Schumacher Laboratory”). As your legal counsel, we believe this settlement is fair and reasonable in accordance with your interests. If accepted, the terms will be effective as of December 17, 2018. This letter details the terms of your access to Schumacher Laboratory, as per the terms and conditions expressed in the Settlement Agreement.
If accepted, you will receive a separate notice informing you of the particular time and date you will be granted access to Schumacher Laboratory. As per the Settlement Agreement, the following restrictions apply:
The Claimants will gain full and complete access to Schumacher Laboratory for a period of 120 consecutive minutes no earlier than January 10, 2019 and no later than February 24, 2019.
Only individuals named as Claimants will be granted access, and must be escorted at all times by legal counsel from the Law Offices of Horse and Associates, LLP (“Horse & Associates”).
Claimants shall not remove any items, equipments or personal effects from Schumacher Laboratory.
Jameson is not liable for any loss or injury that occurs to you, your person, or property in association with your access to Schumacher Laboratory.
All Claimants who will be allowed access will be informed of the specific date and time of access at a later date and with a separate correspondence.
Alexander Von Humbolt, Esq.
Partner, Horse & Associates