Deutsche Bank Securities Inc.
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
As Representatives of the
September 18, 2013
In preparing this letter, we have relied without independent verification upon:
(i) information contained in certificates obtained from governmental authorities; (ii) factual information represented to be true in the Underwriting Agreement and other documents specifically identified at the beginning of this letter as
having been read by us; (iii) factual information provided to us by the Company or its representatives; and (iv) factual information we have obtained from such other sources as we have deemed reasonable. We have assumed that there has been
no relevant change or development between the dates as of which the information cited in the preceding sentence was given and the date of this letter and that the information upon which we have relied is accurate and does not omit disclosures
necessary to prevent such information from being misleading.
Whenever this letter provides advice about (or based upon) our knowledge of
any particular information, such advice is based entirely on the actual knowledge at the time this letter is delivered on the date it bears by the lawyers with Kirkland & Ellis LLP who have represented or are representing the Company in the
issuance of the Securities after consultation with other lawyers with Kirkland & Ellis LLP who have represented the Company on other substantive matters.
Our advice on every legal issue addressed in this letter is based exclusively on the internal law of the State of New York, the General
Corporation Law of the State of Delaware, and the federal laws of the United States (except that we do not opine as to the federal securities laws with respect to the No Conflicts Opinion and the No Consent Opinion), without our having made any
investigation as to the applicability of any specific law unless such advice specifically references a specific law (the Specified Laws), and represents our opinion as to how that issue would be resolved were it to be considered by the
highest court in the jurisdiction which enacted such law. This letter is not intended to guarantee the outcome of any legal dispute that may arise in the future. In addition, none of the opinions or other advice contained in this letter covers or
otherwise addresses any of the following types of provisions which may be contained in the Underwriting Agreement: (i) provisions mandating contribution towards judgments or settlements among various parties; (ii) waivers of benefits and
rights to the extent they cannot be waived under applicable law; (iii) provisions providing for liquidated damages, additional interest and redemption premiums, in each case if deemed to constitute penalties; (iv) provisions which might
require indemnification or contribution in violation of general principles of equity or public policy, including, without limitation, indemnification or contribution obligations which arise out of the failure to comply with applicable state or
federal securities laws; or requirements in the Underwriting Agreement specifying that provisions thereof may only be waived in writing (these provisions may not be valid, binding or enforceable to the extent that an oral agreement or an implied
agreement by trade practice or course of conduct has been created modifying any provision of such documents). None of the opinions or other advice contained in this letter