Tuesday, August 27, 2013

GERS Responds to Western Stay Request

Here are some gems below . . .
 
" . . . the ethanol plants serviced by ICM are more than mere resellers, they are the actual infringers of the patent, and they use the patented method to recover and sell corn oil worth millions of dollars per year."
 
". . . infringement is a determination that must be made in reference to each defendant’s particular plant."
 
"The continued infringement hinders CleanTech’s ability to license the technology to ethanol plant operators who consider using (or are currently using) the corn oil extraction technology. When CleanTech is able to successfully license the patents-insuit to a customer, it is at a substantially reduced rate than it would be but for the infringement. Worse still, the continued infringement may cause current licensees to reconsider their licenses."
 
 
SkunK
 
Finally some new filings . . .

24 comments:

nobody123789 said...

Finally an admission of the obvious that we have known for almost two years -- The royalties are no where near 20% and their clients are looking elsewhere.

"The continued infringement hinders CleanTech’s ability to license the technology to ethanol plant operators who consider using (or are currently using) the corn oil extraction technology. When CleanTech is able to successfully license the patents-insuit to a customer, it is at a substantially reduced rate than it would be but for the infringement. Worse still, the continued infringement may cause current licensees to reconsider their licenses."

Anonymous said...

There is the answer to your silly serious questions. Some of us told you already 2 years ago that there was no missing revenue only your inability to piece the puzzle together.
Even more specific: some posted the specific part in the SEC files to point out to you that the recognition of revenue etc. etc.
Your reaction was the same as always blablabla hallelujah chorus" some posh words in wrong places and then more blabla".

Now you are gloating that after 8 years you sold and therefore you are smarter then the rest.
Keep it up, you incredible pea brain.

nobody123789 said...

If you still think that "revenue recognition" is the answer to why there is a disconnect between GERS' COES revenue and their clients after what the Skunk has posted, I feel sorry for you. You truly need treatment.

As for share ownership; I will load up again after the crush of the denied SJ hits home and the next R/S.

Anonymous said...

You still don't get it, no problem.
Ain't gone spell it out for ya.
As for your share owner ship, what are you trying to prove. You need a message board to talk about shares you don't own and how smart you was eight f* years long.... No need to tell us when your mom let's you buy shares again.

nobody123789 said...

No, you do not "get it". The argument that revenue was missing (made by several, myself included) was in response to the many that insisted that the royalty was uniformly 20% as had been stated by GERS and never corrected until this legal filing. This was a mechanism to demonstrate our thesis that the royalties were no were near that level, as documented by the disconnect between the GERS' revenue and that of clients. Otherwise, there would have been missing revenue and GERS would not venture into that SEC conflict. So get your arguments straight.

If you think that this proposition is old news just last week the Slashmeister used the 20% figure to "demonstrate" how much the increase in ethanol production was going to (falsely) translate into gold and riches for the common shareholders

Again, if you still believe that the disconnect is due to delayed revenue recognition, that train left the station two years ago. Hop on a new caboose, you are still at the end of the line of reality acceptance.

Slashnuts said...

U.S. Ethanol Industry Launches Ad Campaign...

Though its response wasn't immediate, the U.S. ethanol industry launched a multi-million-dollar national television ad campaign of its own Monday.

http://www.yourenodummy.com/#lies

The short spot shows a ventriloquist in a suit sitting on stage with a dummy on his right knee. Answering a question about why renewable fuels shouldn't be used, the dummy responds, "Because they're bad for your car, right?"

The man responds, "Why do you say that?" The dummy responds, "Because that's what you made me say. I mean the more renewable fuels we use the less oil we use."

The man covers the dummy's mouth, as a narrator closes by saying, "Why doesn't the oil industry want you to know the truth about ethanol? You're no dummy. Don't let the oil industry treat you like one."

http://www.dtnprogressivefarmer.com/dtnag/common/link.do?symbolicName=/free/news/template1&product=/ag/news/renewablefuels/news&vendorReference=0702BAC3&paneContentId=35&paneParentId=0&pagination_num=1

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Anonymous said...

n0b0dy still on board trying to learn to trade, dont read book stoopid rednek. come to my klass ill teach oyu how trade securities, you are bad and wife left becaz poor

techguess said...

little baby bullshit lawyers and judges....send them back to kindergarten... to learn the definition of 'stolen'

nobody123789 said...

If you expected quick justice instead of the steadfast defense of legal process that we have encountered you now stand corrected.

Slashnuts said...

GPRE: Form S3 Raising $200M!$!$!$!$!$

GPRE's most recent acquisition was a 50MGY plant purchased for $15M in Atkinson, NE. It's already up and running at full capacity with it's COES to be online in the near future.

Who or what will they buy with $200M? GERS' #1 largest customer is raising the cash which may be used to...

"..acquire or invest in complementary businesses, products and technologies."

http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1309402/000119312513345501/d586910ds3.htm

GERS' #1 customer is the 4th largest producer in the world. At the rate they're growing, VLO will soon be ousted from their #3 position.

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nobody123789 said...

SLAP DAT ASK!

nobody123789 said...

It is not working Slash -- the PPS collapse continues.

Anonymous said...

bids up ask up !

nobody123789 said...

SLAP DAT ASK LIKE ME WIFE SLAP ME!

nobody123789 said...

Therefore expect another dilution salvo to be fired -- always has and until it stops always will.

Anonymous said...

8s bout gone !

Anonymous said...

Thanx for the heads up Slash!608

nobody123789 said...

STOP BUYING DAMN IT! STOP!

Anonymous said...

8s gone 9s up to bat !

Anonymous said...

15000000 bid !

Anonymous said...

ask @ 1 !

nobody123789 said...

One of the problems with this plea to convince the Court that because of the infringement they are suffering financial deprivation is its impact on any awarded damages.

In other venues Slash is purporting damages to exceed $500 million. This estimate is based on the 20% royalty that the company has now publicly refuted and will be used to calculate damages when/if they are warded. So, sorry Slash, estimates are way off, again.

Anonymous said...

n0b0dy still on board trying to learn to trade, dont read book stoopid rednek. come to my klass ill teach oyu how trade securities, you are bad and wife left becaz poor

Slashnuts said...

Guardian Energy's Motion to Stay DENIED!$!$!$!$!$
A stay is NOT WARRANTED!$!$!$!$!$
The September 5, 2013 hearing on Defendant’s Motion to Stay is CANCELLED!$!$!$!$!$

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA
GS CleanTech Corporation,
Plaintiff,
v. Civil No. 13-1387 (JNE/SER)
ORDER
Guardian Energy, LLC,
Defendant.
This case is before the Court on Defendant’s Motion to Stay. The Court has considered the arguments presented by counsel in their written submissions and concludes that a stay is not warranted. The motion is DENIED without prejudice. The September 5, 2013 hearing on Defendant’s Motion to Stay [Docket No. 9] is cancelled.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: August 28, 2013
s/ Joan N. Ericksen
JOAN N. ERICKSEN
United States District Judge

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