Friday, February 1, 2013

Major Ruling - GERS PR

The Court disagreed with the defendants’ arguments, and issued a Supplemental Claim Construction Order clarifying that the patents do not require recovery of any particular percentage of oil present in the syrup feed stream.

Significantly, the Court ruled that most of GreenShift’s patent claims cover mechanical processing to recover a product that is largely or mostly oil, and that they are not limited by the amount of oil that is not recovered from the concentrated thin stillage stream.

“We are very pleased with the Court’s ruling,” said David Winsness, GreenShift’s Chief Technology Officer and co-inventor of its patented corn oil extraction technologies. “We have looked at the so-called advanced oil, oil plus, COSS and such other attempts to work around our patents. We are highly confident, and even more so with this latest ruling, that all such attempts plainly infringe our patents.”

Winsness continued: “Ethanol managers, board members, owners, lenders and other stakeholders that have adopted ‘wait-and-see’ infringement strategies are encouraged to pay careful attention to these events. Licensed producers receive a significant competitive advantage that we have pledged to vigorously defend. We will continue to do so and now look forward to expanding our efforts in the coming months.”

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SkunK

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonder what crap Nobody will come up with now. This should be fun!

nobody12378 said...

Well written by the attorneys to advance the litigation -- which is a good thing. The bad thing look at the market response. Too many non believers until closure occurs, too much dilution until closure occurs, too many folks who have this before.

nobody12378 said...

Try and find the order on GERS' web site as of this time it is not there.

nobody12378 said...

"In satisfaction of the requirements of Section 17(b) of the Securities Act of 1933, our compensation is disclosed in the disclaimer for each individual security. In each case we indicate the amount of payment, source of payment and type of payment (i.e., cash or securities), and we update the disclosure to indicate payments received from time to time ..."

nobody12378 said...

As of this moment based on BID and ASK sizes 15:1 trying to get out versus buy in, based on this great news.

Anonymous said...

You clearly have to learn a lot about the workings of the stock market, gambler.

nobody12378 said...

Can't you come back with a better retort than that? So disappointing. This crop of cadets does not measure up to past cohorts of believers.

Anonymous said...

Nobody can I tell you something important?

Anonymous said...

OMG! I haven't logged on here for quite a while. I see Nobody's still here, but now just talking to himself. What's up with that? Everybody else get tired of his BS and leave so he could drool and babble in a corner alone?

nobody12378 said...

Looks like folks on the outside are smarter than folks on the inside at least as far as market response to the PR is concerned.

Anonymous said...

Nobody, your day will come...I promise!!

nobody12378 said...

Making personal threats over the internet is a felony.

nobody12378 said...

"The news will spread and the pps rises as folks learn of this ruling.

Leibert

February 1, 2013 at 11:08 AM"

Perhaps not as convincing as you thought.

nobody12378 said...

"Anonymous said...

Nobody, your day will come...I promise!!

February 1, 2013 at 1:26 PM"

Yes it will when I make a fortune form GERS but that will be many years from now, outside the lifetime of many posters here.

Anonymous said...

Ha ha ha ha.....too funny!!! "Anonymous" tells some joker named "Nobody" his day will come and the Nobody guy responds with some crap about "personnal" threats on the internet!! How are words from "Anonymous" to someone else's moniker "personnal"??? Ha ha ha ha.....Is your computer screen going to choke my computer screen.?...ha ha ha....
What a joke......ha ha ha!!!!

Anonymous said...

Reread what I said slow learner

The news will spread and the pps rises as folks learn of this ruling.

Leibert

Anonymous said...

the dilution shares may offer an easy metric by which to count the infringement damages...

glta

Anonymous said...

Actually Nobody, "you day will come" is stated in general terms. So, it could mean a good thing or a bad thing. You decide. Ask your son who's an attorney, as you say! lol Nocase here!!

So, on that felon statement based on what you say is a threat, you really have come across as an idiot or moron. You decide!!

Anonymous said...

both^^^

Slashnuts said...

I'm Extremely Pleased With The Court Ruling

It's nice to see a PR as well. The good judge got it right.
I expect another motion for summary judgement, on the new claims, to be granted in GERS favor in the near future.

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$!$!$

nobody12378 said...

But the market provides this perspective on the PR -- BID at the low for the day, closed down 9%, very near low for the day. What does everyone else know or think they know about GERS that we do not?

Anonymous said...

Has anyone come up with the theory the so-called infringers could be hedging there bets by loading up on GERS stock? Only to give it back to the market if there is a GERS favorable ruling and GERS stock goes up to pay any damages. I do not think this would bode well for GERS value as the infringers would be putting a damper on any quick rise in value by managing the dumping of their shares.

Anonymous said...

That is a sound opinion that has been discussed in several various scenarios over the past year or so.

Probably will come to pass to some extent, but will be no worse than the Pip dippers dumping their shares at bargin prices. But they will both be trampled in the Stampede when the logjam breaks up and the float is sucked up, DHOLE

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