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In the past, the SEC charged XXII CEO Joseph Pandolfino, Jr. Insiders have enjoyed exorbitant wealth at the expense of shareholders.

Indeed, the size of Drexel's bonuses was long a legend on Wall Street, but yesterday's lawsuit for the first time provides details of how rich those payments were, showing that many executives got between 0,000 and

In the past, the SEC charged XXII CEO Joseph Pandolfino, Jr. Insiders have enjoyed exorbitant wealth at the expense of shareholders.

Indeed, the size of Drexel's bonuses was long a legend on Wall Street, but yesterday's lawsuit for the first time provides details of how rich those payments were, showing that many executives got between $100,000 and $1 million each month.

The largest bonus, $16.6 million, went to Leon Black, former head of mergers and acquisitions, less than a month before the bankruptcy filing.

(OTCQB: CATS) Q1 2017 Earnings Conference Call May 16, 2017 AM ET Executives Garth Russell – KCSA Strategic Communications Terren Peizer – Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Rick Anderson – President and Chief Operating Officer Analysts George Melas – MKH Management Jeff Kobylarz – Diamond Bridge Capital Bob Cowen – Private Investor Operator Good day and welcome to the Catasys’ First Quarter 2017 Conference Call. At this time I would like to turn the conference over to Garth Russell, KCSA Strategic Communications. All statements in this conference call other than historical facts are forward-looking statements.

Before we turn the call over to management, I would like to make the following remarks concerning forward-looking statements.

sued hundreds of its former employees yesterday in an attempt to recover more than $250 million in bonuses paid shortly before the company filed for bankruptcy in early 1990.

The bonuses have been at the heart of some of the biggest controversies resulting from the collapse of the Wall Street powerhouse.

In 2011, the company touted the potential of its X-22 product as its future growth driver.

We feel that investors should note initial FDA trials of X-22 failed, and that per XXII's 2013 10-K filing, the company admitted that it would be suspending its X-22 FDA clinical trials.

Peizer is Chairman at Xcorporeal Operations, Inc., Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Catasys, Inc., Chief Executive Officer at Intellect Capital Ventures LLC, and Chairman at Crede Captial Group, formerly Socius Capital Group LLC. Peizer served as President and Vice Chairman of Hollis-Eden Pharmaceuticals.

He served as a senior member of the investment banking firm of Drexel Burnham Lambert, Inc.'s High Yield Bond Department. Peizer held investment banking positions from 1981 to 1985 at Goldman, Sachs & Co.'s Risk and International Arbitrage Division as well as the First Boston Corp.'s High Yield Securities Department. Peizer received his BSE in Finance from the University of Pennsylvania-Wharton School of Finance and Commerce.

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In the past, the SEC charged XXII CEO Joseph Pandolfino, Jr. Insiders have enjoyed exorbitant wealth at the expense of shareholders.Indeed, the size of Drexel's bonuses was long a legend on Wall Street, but yesterday's lawsuit for the first time provides details of how rich those payments were, showing that many executives got between $100,000 and $1 million each month.The largest bonus, $16.6 million, went to Leon Black, former head of mergers and acquisitions, less than a month before the bankruptcy filing. (OTCQB: CATS) Q1 2017 Earnings Conference Call May 16, 2017 AM ET Executives Garth Russell – KCSA Strategic Communications Terren Peizer – Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Rick Anderson – President and Chief Operating Officer Analysts George Melas – MKH Management Jeff Kobylarz – Diamond Bridge Capital Bob Cowen – Private Investor Operator Good day and welcome to the Catasys’ First Quarter 2017 Conference Call. At this time I would like to turn the conference over to Garth Russell, KCSA Strategic Communications. All statements in this conference call other than historical facts are forward-looking statements. Before we turn the call over to management, I would like to make the following remarks concerning forward-looking statements. sued hundreds of its former employees yesterday in an attempt to recover more than $250 million in bonuses paid shortly before the company filed for bankruptcy in early 1990.The bonuses have been at the heart of some of the biggest controversies resulting from the collapse of the Wall Street powerhouse.In 2011, the company touted the potential of its X-22 product as its future growth driver.We feel that investors should note initial FDA trials of X-22 failed, and that per XXII's 2013 10-K filing, the company admitted that it would be suspending its X-22 FDA clinical trials. Peizer is Chairman at Xcorporeal Operations, Inc., Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Catasys, Inc., Chief Executive Officer at Intellect Capital Ventures LLC, and Chairman at Crede Captial Group, formerly Socius Capital Group LLC. Peizer served as President and Vice Chairman of Hollis-Eden Pharmaceuticals.He served as a senior member of the investment banking firm of Drexel Burnham Lambert, Inc.'s High Yield Bond Department. Peizer held investment banking positions from 1981 to 1985 at Goldman, Sachs & Co.'s Risk and International Arbitrage Division as well as the First Boston Corp.'s High Yield Securities Department. Peizer received his BSE in Finance from the University of Pennsylvania-Wharton School of Finance and Commerce.

million each month.

The largest bonus, .6 million, went to Leon Black, former head of mergers and acquisitions, less than a month before the bankruptcy filing.

(OTCQB: CATS) Q1 2017 Earnings Conference Call May 16, 2017 AM ET Executives Garth Russell – KCSA Strategic Communications Terren Peizer – Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Rick Anderson – President and Chief Operating Officer Analysts George Melas – MKH Management Jeff Kobylarz – Diamond Bridge Capital Bob Cowen – Private Investor Operator Good day and welcome to the Catasys’ First Quarter 2017 Conference Call. At this time I would like to turn the conference over to Garth Russell, KCSA Strategic Communications. All statements in this conference call other than historical facts are forward-looking statements.

Before we turn the call over to management, I would like to make the following remarks concerning forward-looking statements.

sued hundreds of its former employees yesterday in an attempt to recover more than 0 million in bonuses paid shortly before the company filed for bankruptcy in early 1990.

The bonuses have been at the heart of some of the biggest controversies resulting from the collapse of the Wall Street powerhouse.

In 2011, the company touted the potential of its X-22 product as its future growth driver.

We feel that investors should note initial FDA trials of X-22 failed, and that per XXII's 2013 10-K filing, the company admitted that it would be suspending its X-22 FDA clinical trials.

Peizer is Chairman at Xcorporeal Operations, Inc., Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Catasys, Inc., Chief Executive Officer at Intellect Capital Ventures LLC, and Chairman at Crede Captial Group, formerly Socius Capital Group LLC. Peizer served as President and Vice Chairman of Hollis-Eden Pharmaceuticals.

He served as a senior member of the investment banking firm of Drexel Burnham Lambert, Inc.'s High Yield Bond Department. Peizer held investment banking positions from 1981 to 1985 at Goldman, Sachs & Co.'s Risk and International Arbitrage Division as well as the First Boston Corp.'s High Yield Securities Department. Peizer received his BSE in Finance from the University of Pennsylvania-Wharton School of Finance and Commerce.