SECTION 14. OTHER PLAN INFORMATION.
(a) Employer And Plan Identification Numbers. The Employer Identification Number assigned to the Company (which is the Plan Sponsor as that term is used in ERISA) by the Internal Revenue Service is ###-###-####. The Plan Number assigned to the Plan by the Plan Sponsor pursuant to the instructions of the Internal Revenue Service is 502.
(b) Ending Date For Plans Fiscal Year. The date of the end of the fiscal year for the purpose of maintaining the Plans records is December 31.
(c) Agent For The Service Of Legal Process. The agent for the service of legal process with respect to the Plan is the General Counsel, Progenity, Inc., 4330 La Jolla Village Drive, Suite 200, San Diego, California 92122. The service of legal process may also be made on the Plan by serving the Plan Administrator.
(d) Plan Sponsor And Administrator. The Plan Sponsor of the Plan is Progenity, Inc., and the Plan Administrator of the Plan is the Compensation Committee of the Board. Each of the Plan Sponsor and the Plan Administrator can be reached by contacting Clarke Neumann in writing at 4330 La Jolla Village Drive, Suite 200, San Diego, California 92122, and by telephone at ###-###-####. The Plan Administrator is the named fiduciary charged with the responsibility for administering the Plan.
SECTION 15. STATEMENT OF ERISA RIGHTS.
This statement of ERISA rights is required by United States federal law and regulation, and follows the model disclosure set forth in federal regulations.
Participants in the Plan (which is a welfare benefit plan sponsored by Progenity, Inc.) are entitled to certain rights and protections under ERISA if the participant is employed in the United States. If you are an Eligible Participant employed in the United States, you are considered a participant in the Plan and, under ERISA, you are entitled to:
(a) Examine, without charge, at the Plan Administrators office and at other specified locations, such as work sites, all Plan documents and copies of all documents filed by the Plan with the U.S. Department of Labor, such as detailed annual reports;
(b) Obtain copies of all Plan documents and Plan information upon written request to the Plan Administrator. The Plan Administrator may make a reasonable charge for the copies;
(c) Receive a summary of the Plans annual financial report, in the case of a plan which is required to file an annual financial report with the Department of Labor. (Generally, all pension plans and welfare plans with 100 or more participants must file these annual reports.)