Wednesday, March 29, 2017

The Only Open Case is the Appeal



Anonymous said...

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nobody123789 said...

Thank you Skunk. It is clear that eventually a lot of money is coming to the principals (KK, DW, C&C, and others of the inner circle). How much, if any, will the common shareholders see; will any benefit accrue to the folks that have kept this company alive to the tune of $138,111,776 over the years? The actual damages and likely treble punitive damages will likely be stunning for a micro cap publicly traded company. IF KK does not take GERS private or declare BK is there a chance for the common shareholders? Most people think not.

Appeal Case Number 17-1832
Date of Docketing March 27, 2017
Appellant’s opening brief due within 60 days of docketing
Cross-appellant’s opening brief due within 40 days of appellant’s opening brief
Appellee’s brief due within 40 days of cross-appellant’s brief
The appellant’s response/reply brief due with 40 days of appellee’s brief
Cross-appellant’s reply brief due within 14 days of appellant’s response reply brief
Joint appendix is due within 10 days cross-appellant’s reply brief
[204 days total]

There is some some certainty for the Federal Circuit; BUT settlement/mediation could change this:

Settlement/mediation provisions

nobody123789 said...


We have struck out, perhaps you will help. Several years ago (5 - 8 ?), KK paid common shareholders ($0.50 ?) a share as he "privatized" one of the Greenshift companies. Will you help with the details; I know it happened even though my recall of the details is poor as I got paid. The importance of this documentation is to provide an example where KK "took care of" the common shareholders.

Than you in advance.

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