Sunday, August 10, 2014

Lets Not Leave out ICM

Through recent depositions, CleanTech has confirmed that ICM was pivotal to the implementation of WNYE’s accused oil separation system. More particularly, ICM installed and optimized the accused system and provided training and documents on the operation of the system (id. at 54:14-57:10). Further, ICM has indemnified WNYE against the infringement claims of the patents-in-suit. (Deposition of WNYE Controller Timothy Winters 14:4-16:6).3

Because a claim for indirect infringement requires an act of direct infringement, Limelight Networks, Inc. v. Akamai Tech., Inc., 134 S. Ct. 2111, 2117 (2014), it is practical and efficient to decide ICM’s liability at the same time as WNYE’s.

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SkunK

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://sec.edgar-online.com/cardinal-ethanol-llc/10-q-quarterly-report/2014/08/07/section21.aspx

"...However, in the event that damages are awarded, if ICM, Inc. is unable to fully indemnify us for any reason, the Company could be liable. In addition, we may need to cease use of its current oil separation process and seek out a replacement or cease oil production altogether."

nobody123789 said...

Old, old news, been in filings for a long time. Sure hasn't changed the market's view of the value of a share.

Anonymous said...

8\7\14

http://sec.edgar-online.com/cardinal-ethanol-llc/10-q-quarterly-
report/2014/08/07/section21.aspx

"...However, in the event that damages are awarded, if ICM, Inc. is unable to fully indemnify us for any reason, the Company could be liable. In addition, we may need to cease use of its current oil separation process and seek out a replacement or cease oil production altogether."

Anonymous said...

never been more true

nobody123789 said...

It is entirely possible that you are becoming unrealistically euphoric. Be careful not to enter the vast legions of the GERS' dissociated frustrated by their unrequited expectations for GERS.

Anonymous said...

/reality check\

8\7\14

http://sec.edgar-online.com/cardinal-ethanol-llc/10-q-quarterly-
report/2014/08/07/section21.aspx

"...However, in the event that damages are awarded, if ICM, Inc. is unable to fully indemnify us for any reason, the Company could be liable. In addition, we may need to cease use of its current oil separation process and seek out a replacement or cease oil production altogether."

nobody123789 said...

A little time-table will help. Even if your euphoric expectations come to fruition and GERS "bankrupts" ICM and "owns" many ethanol producers as result of the first round of litigation, how many months/years will it be before they collect a dime? Appeals, legal maneuverings to reduce award, enforcement proceedings, etc, will consume many months/years. All the while the stock is diluted to hell and back. Adding to this challenge is the specter of de-listing. How will GERS raise the necessary capital to stay in business if it cannot sell shares during this intervening period? In other words, we, the common shareholders are between a rock and a hard place, and euphoria, excitement, giddiness, whatever are totally unjustified.

Anonymous said...

DEFENDANTS statement not mine!


8\7\14

http://sec.edgar-online.com/cardinal-ethanol-llc/10-q-quarterly-
report/2014/08/07/section21.aspx

"...However, in the event that damages are awarded, if ICM, Inc. is unable to fully indemnify us for any reason, the Company could be liable. In addition, we may need to cease use of its current oil separation process and seek out a replacement or cease oil production altogether."

Anonymous said...

It will continue to "raise the necessary capital" by earning profits from their operations. Where are you conjuring up the specter of Bankruptcy from? Your fertile imagination?

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't give much credence to
Cardinal's Safe Harbor Statement. All companies are required to include Doomsday type statements of this type in their filings with the SEC. That's where Nobody gets most of his "viral vortex" on GERS from.

Anonymous said...

Oh come on. Does anyone really think this scam will make a profit? Don't count on it.

nobody123789 said...

It is the "PPS vortex", that continuously sucks the PPS down the toilet and has done so for more than eight years. As for earnings; I wonder what kind of crow is going to be eaten here within the next two weeks? Pay their expenses from earnings, you must be kidding!

Anonymous said...

Market Outlook

The market is finally giving hints of a bullish resurgence. Today a bullish pattern is detected.

Anonymous said...

This turd goes n nowhere but down the drain. Next stop .000bk

nobody123789 said...

Signal Update
Our system’s recommendation today is to STAY IN CASH. The previous SELL recommendation was issued on 6/24/2014, 45 days ago, when the stock price was 0.0170. Since then GERS has fallen by -52.94%.

AND

Short Term Indicators Average: 60% Sell
Medium Term Indicators Average: 100% Sell
Long Term Indicators Average: 100% Sell
Overall Average: 88% Sell

Price Support Pivot Point Resistance
0.0080 0.0052 0.0079 0.0106

Your "bullish" is another form of "bull" market.

Anonymous said...

Pattern Description

This is a major bullish reversal pattern, which is even more significant than a regular Bullish Harami. The outline again looks like a pregnant woman, as with the Bullish Harami Pattern. However, now the baby is a Doji. Basically, the pattern is characterized by a black body followed by a Doji that is completely inside the range of the prior black body.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Oh come on. Does anyone really think this scam will make a profit? Don't count on it.

August 11, 2014 at 12:24 PM

Anonymous said...

jackass^

Anonymous said...

nobody123789 said...
It is the "PPS vortex", that continuously sucks the PPS down the toilet and has done so for more than eight years. As for earnings; I wonder what kind of crow is going to be eaten here within the next two weeks? Pay their expenses from earnings, you must be kidding!

August 11, 2014 at 12:49 PM

Anonymous said...

salt & pepper jackass?

 
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