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Full title: Order Authorizing The Employment And Retention of Loeb & Loeb as Counsel To The Debtor, Effective As Of The Petition Date (Related Doc # 17)(related document(s)17) Order Signed on 5/20/2021. (AJL) (Entered: 05/20/2021)

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The Court, having considered the Application Pursuant to Bankruptcy Code Sections 327(a), 328, 330 and 1107 for Order Authorizing the Debtor’s Employment and Retention of Loeb & Loeb LLP (“Loeb”) as Counsel to the Debtor, effective as of the Petition Date [D.I. 17] (the “Application”), and upon consideration of the Pursuant to section 327(a) of the Bankruptcy Code, the Debtor is authorized to retain and employ Loeb in accordance with the terms of the Engagement Letter as modified by this Order, effective as of the Petition Date, to serve as the Debtor’s attorneys in the above-captioned bankruptcy case.Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure (the “Bankruptcy Rule[s]”), the Local Rules and such other procedures as may be fixed by order of this Court.Notwithstanding anything in the Application or the Declarations to the contrary, Loeb shall, to the extent that Loeb uses the services of independent contractors, subcontractors, or employees of foreign affiliates or subsidiaries (collectively, the “Contractors”) in this case, pass through the cost of such Contractors to the Debtor at the same rate that Loeb pays the Contractors; (ii) seek reimbursement for actual costs only; (iii) ensure that the Contractors are subject to the same conflicts checks as required for Loeb; and (iv) file with this Court disclosures pertaining to such use required by Bankruptcy Rule 2014.Consistent with governing law, Loeb shall not receive payment from the Debtor’s estate for any fees or costs arising from the defense of an objection to its fees or expenses in the above-captioned case.

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE In re: Chapter 11 ADARA ENTERPRISES CORP.,1 Case No. 21-10736 (JKS) Debtor. Re: D.I. 17, 72 and 73 ORDER AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING EMPLOYMENT AND RETENTION OF LOEB & LOEB LLP AS ATTORNEYS FOR THE DEBTOR, EFFECTIVE AS OF THE PETITION DATE The Court, having considered the Application Pursuant to Bankruptcy Code Sections 327(a), 328, 330 and 1107 for Order Authorizing the Debtor’s Employment and Retention of Loeb & Loeb LLP (“Loeb”) as Counsel to the Debtor, effective as of the Petition Date [D.I. 17] (the “Application”), and upon consideration of the Declaration of Daniel B. Besikof and the Supplemental Declaration of Daniel B. Besikof [D.I. 72] (together, the “Besikof Decls.”) in support of the Application;2 the Court hereby finds: A. The Court has jurisdiction over the matters raised in the Application pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1134(b). B. This is a core proceeding pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 157(b). C. The Debtor’s retention of bankruptcy counsel is necessary and in the best interests of the Debtor and its estate, creditors and other parties in interest. D. Proper and adequate notice of the Application and hearing on the Application has been given, and no further or other notice is necessary under the circumstances. 1 The last four digits of the Debtor’s federal tax identification number are 8502. The Debtor’s address is 411 E 57th Street Suite 1-A, New York, New York 10022. 2 Capitalized terms used but not defined herein shall have the meanings ascribed to such terms in the Application.

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E. Based upon the record before the Court, Loeb does hold or represent an interest adverse to the estate and is a “disinterested person” as that term is defined under section 101(14) of the Bankruptcy Code. F. Good cause exists to grant the Application, effective nunc pro tunc to the Petition Date. THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED AS FOLLOWS: 1. The Application is granted to the extent provided herein. 2. Pursuant to section 327(a) of the Bankruptcy Code, the Debtor is authorized to retain and employ Loeb in accordance with the terms of the Engagement Letter as modified by this Order, effective as of the Petition Date, to serve as the Debtor’s attorneys in the above-captioned bankruptcy case. To the extent this Order is inconsistent with the Engagement Letter, this Order shall control. 3. Loeb shall use its reasonable efforts to avoid any duplication of services provided by any of the Debtor’s other retained professionals in this Chapter 11 case. 4. Loeb shall be compensated in accordance with sections 330 and 331 of the Bankruptcy Code, the applicable Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure (the “Bankruptcy Rule[s]”), the Local Rules and such other procedures as may be fixed by order of this Court. 5. Notwithstanding anything in the Application or the Declarations to the contrary, Loeb shall seek reimbursement from the Debtor’s estate for its engagement-related expenses at the firm’s actual cost paid. 6. Notwithstanding anything in the Application or the Declarations to the contrary, Loeb shall, to the extent that Loeb uses the services of independent contractors, subcontractors, or employees of foreign affiliates or subsidiaries (collectively, the “Contractors”) in this case, pass

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through the cost of such Contractors to the Debtor at the same rate that Loeb pays the Contractors; (ii) seek reimbursement for actual costs only; (iii) ensure that the Contractors are subject to the same conflicts checks as required for Loeb; and (iv) file with this Court disclosures pertaining to such use required by Bankruptcy Rule 2014. 7. Consistent with governing law, Loeb shall not receive payment from the Debtor’s estate for any fees or costs arising from the defense of an objection to its fees or expenses in the above-captioned case. 8. The Court shall retain jurisdiction to hear and determine all matters arising from or related to this Order. J. KATE STICKLES Dated: May 20th, 2021 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY JUDGE Wilmington, Delaware

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