Thursday, July 24, 2014

Orders 2-1

Order on Motion to Compel by ‘037 Defendants (Master Dkt. 975) 

These matters are before the court on a motion by defendants that have been accused of infringing the ‘037 patent to compel attorney Peter Hagerty to answer certain questions relating to the prosecution of the ‘037 patent before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.1 Mr. Hagerty refused to answer generally on work product grounds. For the reasons discussed below, the court DENIES the defendants’ motion.

For the foregoing reasons, the ‘037 Defendants’ Motion to Compel (Master Dkt. 975) is DENIED.

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The recent Supreme Court decision in Daimler AG reaffirmed that simply "doing business" in a state is not enough to confer general jurisdiction over a party.

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 GRANTS GS CleanTech’s motion. The Scheduling Order for the Old Tag-Along (MDN 1131) is hereby amended as follows:

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SkunK

40 comments:

nobody123789 said...

If DVG is not held personally accountable (meaning his personal wealth, not just the company's is at stake) then this legal process will go on for years. Appeals, motions, counter motions, up to an including the Supreme Court are in our future. A future that delays the resources required to get out from under the dilution, a future that now can have only more losses and R/Ss until that time. This was a desperate gamble by GERS to hold DVG's "feet to the fire" and it has failed.

Anonymous said...

only in Idaho.

Anonymous said...

Read it again (or maybe the first time) nobody.

It only pertains to the tiny case against VG in Ida-hoe.

Taking a mole hill and describing it as a mountain for the uninformed is how you have earned your reputation.

nobody123789 said...

$0.0088 111,000 OTO 15:51:20

Another new all-time low; the hits they just keep coming.

Anonymous said...


Greenshift Corp. (QB) (GERS)

$ 0.01 ▲ 0.0011 (12.36%)
Volume: 542,746

Anonymous said...

dilution = debt elimination

Anonymous said...

are you pretending or really that dumb? Dvg IS a defendant and IS being held accountable.

Anonymous said...

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_ch8gAs4lCcODVJRzFsSXJsNE0/edit?pli=1

nobody123789 said...

You must be newbie -- it is affectionately called "pimping the cadets".

Anonymous said...

called twisting the truth. a lie

Anonymous said...

http://www.google.com/patents/US8765827

Anonymous said...

http://www.iccm-central.org/Proceedings/ICCM18proceedings/data/2.%20Oral%20Presentation/Aug23(Tuesday)/T03%20Composite%20Materials%20from%20Biorenewable%20Resources/T3-3-AF1960.pdf

nobody123789 said...

Naive -- the other shoe has yet to drop. Do you really think that the rest of the world isn't greedy and would look away from a fortune? The market tells you everything you need to know.

nobody123789 said...

Where is Slash when we need him?

Anonymous said...

These matters are before the court on a motion by defendants that have been accused of infringing the ‘037 patent to compel attorney Peter Hagerty to answer certain questions relating to the prosecution of the ‘037 patent before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.1 Mr. Hagerty refused to answer generally on work product grounds. For the reasons discussed below, the court DENIES the defendants’ motion.

For the foregoing reasons, the ‘037 Defendants’ Motion to Compel (Master Dkt. 975) is DENIED.

Anonymous said...

Therefore, because ICM lacked standing to assert Vander Griend’s rights as explained in the Court’s February 8, 2012 Order, the Court DENIES Vander Griend’s Motion as to its February 8, 2012 Order [dkt. no. 231].
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However, Vander Griend’s argument improperly conflates the question of whether the Court had jurisdiction over him with the question of whether he was a party to the action. Vander Griend was named as a party in the law suit by CleanTech’s Second Amended Complaint.

Therefore, the Court did not err when it concluded in its February 6, 2012 Order that Vander Griend was a party to the action. Vander Griend’s Motion for Reconsideration with respect to the Court’s February 6, 2012 Motion is DENIED [dkt. no. 231].

Anonymous said...

https://docs.google.com/file/d/1BS4CDvSDKNCgsaSQWK_qUXGQJYE3jlvyI3g8q4lEG9GlgtnXnVPrBvE_gXUA/edit?pli=1

nobody123789 said...

Just fodder for the appeal that may take us down.

Anonymous said...

An Appeals Court panel upheld decisions in 2012 by Lenawee County Circuit Judge Margaret M.S. Noe, dismissing claims by an investor group led by Terry Nosan. The panel agreed that no documents were ever signed giving the investors a security interest in equipment or cash flows from corn oil extraction equipment installed at ethanol plants in Riga and Albion.

“The trial court properly found that the borrower (CleanTech) never signed any documents that granted a security interest to plaintiffs in any collateral, including net cash flows,” stated the Appeals Court opinion.

Anonymous said...

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_ch8gAs4lCceGNRZWJ1SHRxR0k/edit?pli=1

Anonymous said...


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Three projects in South Bend are moving forward. The South Bend Tribune reports the city's redevelopment commission has approved proposals including additional improvements for a mixed-use development and equipment lease agreements with two employers.

The city has also reach an equipment purchase and lease agreement with Connecticut-based Noble Americas, which is upgrading the former New Energy Ethanol plant. Noble Americas will lease $2 million of corn oil extraction equipment for five years at $100,000 per year.

nobody123789 said...

1) First, old news.
2) ICM, not GERS is getting contract.
http://ethanolproducer.com/articles/10605/icm-retrofits-indiana-ethanol-plant-for-new-owners
3) Your attempt to boost the PPS fail when you bring forward information that validates companies not giving a hoot about the outcome of the litigation. The industry is not at all concerned. They have smart attorneys advising them, what does this say about GERS' future?

Anonymous said...

Royalties will go to GERS point

nobody123789 said...

You hoping? or just waiting for another lawsuit to claim damages?

Anonymous said...

Last: 0.012
Change: +0.0022 (22.45%)

Anonymous said...

It is estimated that over 80% of the industry has
installed a corn oil extraction system that is producing corn oil with, in our opinion, at least one claimed invention of
the GreenShift patents.

Anonymous said...

including Icm's

Anonymous said...

It's funny how the rat comes out off his hole if news is posted. And yes it is news even though the rat can't see it.

nobody123789 said...

Do you understand that GPRE, as one example, is paying royalties to BOTH ICM and GERS for COE? This is substantially reduced from what was asked and is a direct result of their attorney's recommendations to immunize ICM against both. That is some positive working relationship!

Anonymous said...

all Icm users will pay gers royaltys

nobody123789 said...

Now we know; you are just hoping, and you struggle with spelling.

Anonymous said...

Talking about spelling what a moron to add a comma before and!

GPRS is not paying both, 13 years invested (time on message boards after losing all his money) in GERS and he still does not grasp it......

Tomorrow will be another day and another to hush up your faults.

nobody123789 said...

First, it is GPRE and second I will make it easy for you. Call Jim Stark, Vice President - Investor and Media Relations, Green Plains (402) 884-8700. Ask the direct question, he has answered it in the past; if you have the gonads for it. But once you hear the answer I hope that you do not soil your underwear.

Anonymous said...

http://advancedbiofuelsusa.info/toolkit-for-ethanols-next-stage

"...the most important investment of the past five years has been corn oil extraction, estimated to be installed at 90-plus percent of ethanol plants..."

"...just as producers widely adopted oil extraction in the past five years, the industry is going to move into fiber extraction for cellulosic ethanol in the next five..."

Anonymous said...

First, second and third, I told you so. GPRZ is not paying both.

nobody123789 said...

"GPRS","GPRZ"; your prevarication is obvious.

Anonymous said...

"We are pleased to report another strong quarter as ethanol, distillers grains and corn oil set new production records. All of our plants were operating at optimal levels, even as rail transportation continues to impact movement of our products," said Todd Becker, President and Chief Executive Officer. "Market fundamentals are favorable and based on a continuation of these conditions, we expect stronger earnings per share performance in the second half of the year."

nobody123789 said...

Absolutely proves that Slash has exited stage-left. This is the type of news that he would have brandished as proof that we were going to have banner quarter, and of course we never have nor will we this one.

Anonymous said...

You proof whatever you want with nothing. We all know that you would rather read our customers are doing really bad....

nobody123789 said...

"badly", it is an adverb. Just pick your knuckles off the ground and pay attention. What I want has nothing to do with what happens.

 
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