Sunday, August 17, 2014

Request to Deny GERs' Motion

A decision on Defendants’ motion for summary judgment of invalidity of the ‘037 patent is pending before the Court. There is no cause for adding a patent that the Court will soon declare invalid.
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SkunK
PS  Is it just me - or is it "brash" to tell the court what the court is about to do?

20 comments:

nobody123789 said...

Imminent? Really? Let's hope so. I for one am tired of paying for the attorney's grandchildren (not children, we are way pass that cost) going to college. And what happened to that contingency agreement where we would only be paying $50,000 a month to C&C? My arithmetic tells me that would be $150,000 for the quarter not the $1 million stated in the Q2! Again, something doesn't add-up because there are so many things we are not told, that if there was true corporate governance we would know.

Anonymous said...

Who cares what you write, you have the playing field all for yourself...

nobody123789 said...

Ignore at your peril. Slash to the rescue please! At least he could intellectually joust.

Anonymous said...

Why would they think GERS is purposefully delaying? Some weak argument!!!

nobody123789 said...

They do not think GERS is delaying. What you think you read in the pleadings is irrelevant. It is the massive amount of pleadings, billable hours, and extensive delays that the pleadings generate that are the issue and the strategy; the classic strategy of David/Goliath IP litigation. The defense will delay, delay, appeal, appeal, followed by more legal maneuvering when adjudication comes down. You scoff -- it is working. The cost to carry on is so high that if GERS becomes de-listed and cannot sell enough sells to pay C&C their $4 million plus a year GERS' data not mine), and stated to go higher when in trial, they WIN! This is common knowledge and why you see a company which has so many fine prospects selling for less than BK companies. So look a little deeper, all is not at it seems.

Anonymous said...

Cleantech's strategy of delay is working flawlessly.

Anonymous said...

Up up up goes the damage award.

Anonymous said...

It's inevitable cleantech will win.

Anonymous said...

Who pays more in legal fees two dozen defendants or cleantech?

Anonymous said...

EC's specialty is merger & acquisitions. KK stepping down & now closing NY office will be followed by a buyout.

nobody123789 said...

The NY office was opened under EC's direction.

nobody123789 said...

Another half million share plus dump in 12 minutes. Any one still doubt that we will be eligible for de-listing by Labor Day?

Anonymous said...

Yes I say that de-listing is another off your delusional fantasy's.

But please keep yourself busy with working those message boards.

nobody123789 said...

You better do some more reading about minimum BID (above a penny) requirements to remain listed on the OTCQB. Their purpose is to keep stocks whose PPS is mainly a function of dilution or manipulation off their exchange. Sound familiar? A little Google and you will find the new policy that started sometime this year. Frankly, it is delusional not to do your homework here; which clearly you have not. You appear to be among the legion of GERS' hopefuls that ignore anything that is inconsistent with that gospel. Good luck -- you are going to need it.

Anonymous said...

What a nonsense, you predicted a bankruptcy by the end of 2013, you predicted that YAGI would walk away with the patents and so forth.

You're an idiot to believe I'm not familiar with OTCQB rules.

nobody123789 said...

Learn how to read; better understand what you read! English a second language?

Anonymous said...

Icm donkey^^^

Evan Blansfield said...

Is there any reason for me to keep my shares?

Anonymous said...

http://www.greenshift.com/content/investorresources/pdf/supplemental_order.pdf

Evan Blansfield said...

Reading that makes me think yes

 
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