Excluding Yourself From the Settlement

If you do not want a payment from this Settlement, but you want to keep any right you may have to sue or continue to sue Defendants and the other Released Defendant Parties on your own concerning the Released Claims, then you must take steps to remove yourself from the Settlement Class. This is called excluding yourself or “opting out.” Please note: if you decide to exclude yourself, there is a risk that any lawsuit you may thereafter file to pursue claims alleged in the Action may be dismissed, including if such suit is not filed within the applicable time periods required for filing suit. Also, Spectrum may terminate the Settlement if Settlement Class Members who purchased or acquired in excess of a certain number of shares of Spectrum publicly traded common stock seek exclusion from the Settlement Class.

To exclude yourself from the Settlement Class, you must mail a signed letter stating that you “wish to be excluded from the Settlement Class in In re: Spectrum Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Securities Litigation, No. 2:13-cv-00433-LDG (CWH) (D. Nev.).” You cannot exclude yourself by telephone or e-mail. Your letter must state the date(s), price(s), and number(s) of shares of publicly traded Spectrum common stock, Spectrum call options, and/or Spectrum put options purchased, acquired, or sold during the Class Period. Your letter must include your name, mailing address, telephone number, e-mail address, and your signature. You must submit your exclusion request so that it is received no later than May 23, 2016 to:

Spectrum Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Securities Litigation
c/o Analytics, Claims Administrator
P.O. Box 2007
Chanhassen, MN 55317-2007

Your exclusion request must comply with these requirements in order to be valid. If you ask to be excluded, you will not receive any payment from the Net Settlement Fund, and you cannot object to the Settlement. Moreover, if you submit a valid exclusion request, you will not be legally bound by anything that happens in connection with this Settlement, and you may be able to sue (or continue to sue) Defendants and the other Released Defendant Parties in the future.