Juror Declarations

DECLARATION OF JONETTE L. MAUCH

I, Jonette L. Mauch declare as follows:

I have personal knowledge of the facts stated in this Declaration

and if called upon as a witness, I could and would completely testify thereto.

I participated as a juror in the Sargon Enterprises, Inc. v. USC trial which took

place in Department 38 of the Los Angeles Superior Court on March 10 through March 20, 2003.

3. I came to the conclusion based upon the evidence submitted at trial that Dr. Winston Chee, the principal investigator of the Sargon Implant Study was incompetent, woefully unqualified to serve as a principal investigator for this study, and never should have been appointed to lead the Study. His appointment by USC to run the study was but one of numerous breaches engaged in by USC. I was also convinced that USC was grossly derelict in its obligations to ensure that a competent study be run. I further found that USC breached the contract in the following particulars:

(a) failing to appoint a principal investigator who was experienced in conducting clinical trials to perform, supervise and manage and document the Study on the Sargon implant;

(b) failing to follow administrative standards and applicable institutional standards, procedures, rules and regulations, particularly USC's IRB procedures in conducting the study;

(c) failing to timely submit the written reports to Sargon Enterprises as required by the contract;

(d) failing to provide Sargon Enterprises with patient records after they were requested and as required by the contract;

(e) disclosing information about the Sargon implant and the results of the Study to third parties in violation of the confidentiality provisions of the contract;

(f) failing to follow the research protocol by admitting patients in the Study who should have been excluded; and failing to properly document and keep accurate records of the results of theStudy as required by the research protocol.

4. Concerning Dr. Chee, in addition to his incompetence and his general lack of expertise to conduct the study, I also came to the opinion based on the evidence presented that Dr. Chee intentionally sought to do harm to The Sargon Implant and Dr. Sargon Lazarof and that his motivation for these actions was jealousy and a great personal dislike for Dr. Lazarof and that his actions were not based on a legitimate belief that the Sargon Implant was in any way harmful.

5. Based upon the numerous and significant breaches of the contract, there was never an issue in my mind as to USC's liability, and USC did not present any credible or legitimate defense to its numerous breaches.

As to USC's claim for breach of contract against Sargon Enterprises, there was not any evidence presented which showed that Sargon did anything wrong or did anything to violate the contract. In fact, the evidence presented during the trial demonstrated that USC consented to Sargon Enterprises's use of its trademark and logo in connection with the teaching and promotion of the Sargon implant.

Based upon the totality of the evidence presented, I was convinced that Sargon Enterprises was the clear victor at the trial and USC's defenses, including its cross complaint, were entirely without evidentiary support.

I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed this 19, day of May, 2003, at Los Angeles, California.

Jonette L. Mauch

DECLARATION OF MICHELE LEIBOVITZ

I, Michele Leibovitz, declare as follows:

I have personal knowledge of the facts stated in this Declaration and if called upon as a witness, I could and would completely testify thereto.

2. I participated as a juror in the Sargon Enterprises, Inc. v. USC trial which took place in Department 38 of the Los Angeles Superior Court on March 10 through March 20, 2003.

3. Upon presentation and consideration of the evidence during trial, I believed that USC breached its contract with Sargon Enterprises by:

(a) failing to appoint a principal investigator who was unbiased;

failing to appoint a principal investigator who was experienced in conducting clinical trials to perform, supervise and manage and document the Study on the Sargon implant;

failing to follow administrative standards and applicable institutional standards, procedures, rules and regulations, particularly USC's IRB procedures in conducting the study;

failing to timely submit the written reports to Sargon Enterprises as required by the contract;

failing to provide Sargon Enterprises with patient records after they were requested and as required by the contract;

(f) disclosing information about the Sargon Implant and the results of the Study to third parties in violation of the confidentiality provisions of the contract;

failing to follow the research protocol by admitting patients in the Study who should have been excluded; and

failing to properly document and keep accurate records of the results of the Study as required by the research protocol;

4. In addition, I believed that the principal investigator, Winston Chee was incompetent in the performance of the Study and that USC failed to correct or stop his errors. It was clear to me that Winston Chee was motivated by a personal dislike for Dr. Lazarof and tried to cast a negative cloud on the Sargon Implant by sending e-mails to third parties about its efficacy. However, the evidence at trial showed that the Sargon Implant is efficacious and was successful in patients in the Study even though some of the patients should have been excluded and some of the implants should not have placed.

Based upon the numerous and significant breaches of the contract, there was never an issue in my mind as to USC's liability, and USC did not present any credible defenses to these breaches.

As to USC's claim for breach of contract against Sargon Enterprises, there was not any evidence presented which showed that Sargon did anything to violate the contract. In fact, the evidence presented during the trial demonstrated that USC consented to Sargon Enterprises's use of its trademark and logo in connection with the teaching and promotion of the Sargon Implant.

Based upon the totality of the evidence presented at trial, there was no doubt in my mind that ruling in favor of Sargon Enterprises was the correct lawful and moral decision and I was convinced that Sargon Enterprises was the obvious victor at the trial.

I found it terribly upsetting that in a matter of such seriousness, USC and Dr. Chee performed their duties in such a grossly incompetent manner. By all accounts at the trial, The Sargon Implant system is efficacious and revolutionary. Dr. Chee and USC were charged with the duty of testing the system so it could ultimately be determined if the system is safe for patient use. It was apparent to me, based on the evidence, that Dr. Chee had no interest in fairly evaluating the Implant, but was rather only concerned with how he could do damage to Dr. Lazarof and the Sargon Implant System because of his great dislike for Dr. Lazarof. It was further readily apparent, based on the evidence, that the University of Southern California did nothing to stop Dr. Chee even though it was well within its power to take some positive action. That the University Of Southern California would allow Dr. Chee's behavior to go unchecked, I found to be a great failure on the University's part. I also found it enormously upsetting that Dr. Chee and the University of Southern California would

place their own interests, namely harming Dr. Lazarof and advancing non-meritorious defenses above the interests of the patients who could potentially benefit from the Sargon Implant System. In summary, I found both Dr. Chee and the University of Southern California's behavior to be extremely unprofessional.

I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed this ____, day of May, 2003, at Los Angeles, California.

Michele Lebovitz

DECLARATION OF DENISE McDONALD

I, Denise McDonald, declare as follows:

I was a juror and the foreperson in the case entitled, Sargon

Enterprises, Inc. v. University of Southern California, Case No.: BC 209992, which was tried in the Superior Court of California for the County of Los Angeles from March 10, 2003 through March 20, 2003.

I was present throughout the entire trial and participated in the jury

deliberations. The jury unanimously found in favor of Sargon Enterprises, Inc. ("SEI") and against USC on SEI's claim for breach of contract.

3. As to the damages requested by SEI for breach of contract, upon careful consideration of the evidence presented at trial, the jury found as follows:

In reaching its verdict in the amount of $77,155.80, for the equipment and supplies provided to USC, the jury eliminated the 20% discount that SEI had given USC and which SEI sought to recover. The jury unanimously believed that anyone in SEI's position would have given the USC Dental School a 20% discount on equipment and supplies. Next, a member of the jury totaled the value of the equipment and supplies which were given to USC as set forth on the invoices contained in Trial Exhibit "53." Also, the invoices for the equipment and supplies which were supplied to Dr. Abou-Rass prior to the commencement of the Clinical Trial were not included in the jury's calculation of damages for equipment and supplies.

4. As to the damages claimed by SEI for the time spent by Dr. Lazarof at USC during the course of the Clinical Trial, the jury awarded the amount of $144,000. This amount was reached by carefully considering the evidence presented by both sides and determining that the 16 hours per week for 40 weeks per year for 2 years requested by SEI at a rate of $300.00 an hour be reduced to 12 hours per week for 40 weeks for a 2 year period at $150.00 an hour.

I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct and that this Declaration was executed on April , 2003, at Los Angeles, California.

Denise McDonald