MPEG Lawyers Accused Of Taking Inventions They Reviewed And Patenting Them

from the seems-questionable dept

Someone anonymous has submitted this story which we're initially pretty skeptical about. At this point, it's all quite one sided, and some more details would be useful. However, we're posting it here to see if others have more info on the story: "Primary patent reviewer for MPEG, Kenneth Rubenstein and a former IBM patent counsel (and few others) are accused of taking inventions from small inventors and patenting them in their own names, when they were acting as patent counsel for them. A patent attorney filing for 90 patents in his own name is definitely not ok. Who can you trust if not your own patent lawyer?" There are some pretty wild claims as you read through the details (death threats and attempted car bombings, included). While MPEG is no saint, it's a huge jump to go from similar patents being filed to claiming that the patent reviewers literally took the invention and patented it in their own names. It's possible -- we're not denying that -- but it seems that it should be backed up with more proof. Considering the space they were in, it's quite possible that multiple people came up with similar ideas -- and, in fact, this could be an argument that these particular patents aren't valid (if multiple people all had the same idea, that suggests it fails the "non-obvious to the skilled practitioner" test). As we said, the details so far are one-sided and not entirely clear -- so we'd love to hear from others with more details.


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    David Amherst, Jan 19th, 2006 @ 3:24pm

    legalities

    its true - multiple inventors filing applications close in time suggests obviousness - however - whether or not the distinct publications can actually be used for obviousness-type rejection is an unsurety.

    However, more generally, one cannot patent invention of which he is not the actual inventor (in US at least) - if in court, the outcome would rely on proving derivation, and likely require evidence of conception/reduction to practice and/or privity amongst inventors.

    generally speaking, I don't see any reason why patent attorneys should be barred from inventing -invention is sort of one of our most treasured civil rights. i know of many, many patent attorneys whom file patent applications on several occasions.

    finally, should a court find the attorney's application to be valid, ethical considerations may come into play. i.e. even though their applications may be valid, original, and not specifically derived from the mpeg, issues such as breach of confidentiality, and conflict of interest come into play - resulting in possibility of sanctions before the bar ... who knows ... lol, but please don't chalk this up to "another patent problem" - attorneys are in a priveleged position and sometimes act in bad faith... hopefully, appropriate action will take place

     

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      Eliot I. Bernstein, Jan 22nd, 2006 @ 9:21pm

      MPEG - Proskauer Stealing Inventions - A fraud on

      My name is Eliot Bernstein and I am one of the inventors of the Iviewit inventions. Many of the quotes here are from me and the proof for many of these claims can be found at the iviewit.tv website. Simply go to left navigation bar and click on the Supreme Court button and then click on either Appendix C or Exhibit Gallery. Although voluminous in size, the exhibits are chalk full of evidence and information regarding the ongoing investigations. Also, much can be learned at the Iviewit blog at http://patentgate.blogspot.com .

      In response to this post, Rubenstein and Proskauer took invention disclosures from Iviewit inventors and patented those concepts into their management referral, Brian Utley's name. Rubenstein also contracted Raymond Joao at the law firm Meltzer Lippe Goldstein Wolfe & Schlissel to file the applications, while Rubenstein and Proskauer handled all of the other intellectual property work, including Rubenstein acting as a board member and opining to many investors on the inventions. Joao worked at the law firm that Rubenstein was at immediately prior to his learning of the Iviewit inventions, MLGWS and then after learning of the inventions, Rubenstein instantly jumped to Proskauer, a firm that had no other intellectual property department to speak of and had been a real estate firm since the 1800's. Proskauer had already been retained and began work for Iviewit prior to Rubenstein leaving Meltzer and in fact, Rubenstein and Joao were initially represented as Proskauer attorneys, although they were still at Meltzer.

      Joao filed patents into his own name while retained by Iviewit to file patents as Rubenstein’s lackey. Joao’s patents contained many of the ideas he and Rubenstein learned from the Iviewit inventors, the disclosures and business plans of Iviewit. It is absurd to think that a patent attorney could file any patents in his name without a thorough conflict waiver from all clients and approval from the patent bar. History has never had a case where the patent attorney ran out and filed a blizzard of patents all crossing into his clients patent applications.

      Joao was also part of an elaborate scheme to move the patents out of Iviewit and into companies that Proskauer set up that had similar and identical names to the Iviewit companies. Yet, the shareholder of those companies appears to be Proskauer and others, not the true Iviewit shareholders or inventors. Iviewit shareholders, including the SBA were totally unaware that these similar companies had been set up and unaware that that similar patents were being filed into these companies with the false inventor Utley, false owners and assignees. Joao was discovered patenting ideas into his name and other dubious behavior and he was fired for his actions.

      Proskauer and Utley referred William Dick of Foley and Lardner to replace Joao, Utley stated that Dick was the IBM Far East patent attorney and his very close personal friend. The original Proskauer attorney, Christopher Clarke Wheeler, Esq. (recently arrested in Del Ray Beach, FL for DUI with bodily injury) failed to disclose that he, Utley and Dick were involved in intellectual property crimes from Utley's former employ, Diamond Turf Equipment owned by Monte Freidkin of Boca Raton. Friedkin discovered that patents were walking out the door to Utley's sole (souless) name and fired him. It was not learned until Wheeler and Utley's deposition and Dick's response to the Virginia Bar that the three of them had been involved in the crime. Wheeler set up the company, Dick wrote the patents from Utley's employer secretly into Utley's name at home and Utley got in and stole the inventions from his employer. This is the same type of scam that they instituted on Iviewit and again appear to be failing achieving their ends.

      Dick was Joao's replacement and since it was never disclosed by any of them the fact of their prior past patent theft attempt, Iviewit was dumbfounded to find this prior history out after learning they were stealing Iviewit inventions. Moreover, Wheeler and Proskauer submitted a resume on Utley that claimed that Diamond Turf went on to be a huge success do to Utley's inventions, when the truth was that the company was instantly closed by Friedkin after he found Utley stealing from his company while acting as the President of Friedkin’s company. Utley failed to disclose this, Wheeler and Proskauer never disclosed this when Iviewit retained them and Dick and Foley failed to inform us of Dick's past with this group. This is a criminal organization of patent thieves, they have a history and they are a danger to inventors, good lawyers everywhere and the United States and foreign countries patent systems.

      I am not against patent attorneys filing patents as long as there is a hefty review by the patent department or the USTPO OED, to investigate if those attorney inventions lay claim on any client inventions they may have represented or as in our case misrepresented. It is very dangerous for patent attorneys to be patenting inventions for themselves while representing client interests, and the obvious collusion amongst patent attorneys to work together to steal each others clients inventions remains a gaping hole. Yet these guys filed false oaths on applications in others names for inventions they learned while retained by the Iviewit inventors, no excuse can be had for this, this is plain theft, fraud on the patent office, fraud on the Iviewit inventors, the Iviewit shareholders and all the EPO foreign offices and the history of the world and invention. This is not even close to a patent attorney having a novel idea (although that seems far fetched as attorneys are not typically inventive) and then patenting it in his name with no client involved. Joao has stated that some of his inventions were prior to ours and that Iviewit was in fact infringing on his inventions (he claimed this to the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division First Department Departmental Disciplinary Committee), yet Joao failed to seek waivers or disclose this in writing or verbally to anyone seems absurd.

      I find it further disgusting that MPEG patent inclusion is controlled by a single person, Rubenstein, where the temptation is all to obvious. Patent pooling schemes have been killed historically by the Justice Department for the very reasons that Iviewit complains of, anti-competitive monopolistic practices that violate Sherman and Clayton and almost every antitrust practice. Patent pooling schemes created by lawyers to make money as middlemen also seems to violate ethics. For instance, how can Proskauer and Rubenstein profit from MPEG as counsel for MPEG, as Rubenstein discloses in his deposition at the Iviewit Exhibit gallery and at the same time taking invention disclosure as counsel under Proskauer for review from the inventors for patent concepts that could completely render MPEG useless, as the Iviewit inventions do? How can Rubenstein review Iviewit patents for MPEG and at the same time give Iviewit unbiased advice on their patents or control their fate by inclusion or exclusion. The conflict is as wide as the Grand Canyon, no China Wall, in fact an open door for crime to occur, crimes that violate Article 1, Section 8, Clause 8 inventor protections by those entrusted to protect those rights as part of the patent bar. The obvious is happening here, MPEG and Proskauer have found a way to review patents as patent counsel and then steal them as patent poolers looking to profit from others inventions.

      The first complaint that was filed at the patent office was in an invention format as a joke, not a joke to laugh at, it was appropriately titled, "System and Method for Committing Fraud on the United States Patent Office and the Iviewit Inventors". I wonder if the patent department will approve it. This is the only thing that Joao, Proskauer, Rubenstein, Utley and others accused ever invented.

      Please feel free to contact me for further information or an interview

      Eliot I. Bernstein
      Inventor
      Iviewit Technologies, Inc.
      iviewit@iviewit.tv

       

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        P. Stephen Lamont, Apr 11th, 2006 @ 11:00pm

        Re: MPEG - Proskauer Stealing Inventions - A fraud

        By way of introduction, I am P. Stephen Lamont, the former CEO of Iviewit Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiaries, affiliates and related parties (collectively “Iviewit”), from 2001 to 2005, with more than a fifteen year track record as a multimedia technology and consumer electronics executive and holder of a J.D. in Intellectual Property Law, an M.B.A in Finance, and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering, and I write in reply to “Mike” and
        in support of Eliot I. Bernstein, the founder of Iviewit and the principal inventor of the technologies in question; I have been silent since my departure, but in this age of on-line blogs, I can be silent no more.

        Moreover, and while grant it I was not a participant during the alleged
        burying and purported theft of the technologies, I found myself leading a company in the midst of a cover up of the aforementioned depictions of frauds, deceits, and misrepresentations that run so wide and so deep that
        it tears at the very fabric of what has become to be know as free commerce in this country, and, in the fact that it pertains to inventors rights, tears at the very fabric of the Constitution of the United States.

        Furthermore, early in my tenure, rumors began swirling
        around the company with finger pointing and all from Florida to Los Angeles wherein it catches the jet stream and arrived very soon in New York of alleged breaches of confidentiality pertaining to Iviewit technology, transfers of trade secrets, and, even in certain circumstances, the knowing and willful invention fraud by the outright switching of signature pages of patent filings by early patent counsels. Additionally, during my tenure, I was in possession of an executed patent
        application pertaining to Iviewit’s core imaging technology with the inventors of Bernstein and Shirajee, when, out of thin air, and just prior to filing, such patent application witnesses the addition of a one Brian G. Utley (“Utley”) as an inventor, and an individual who could not have been farther from the heat of the inventive stage of the imaging technology.

        Still further, and this is where I may depart from Mr. Bernstein and the Iviewit board (this is a democracy after all), I submit that at the first disclosures of the inventions, patent counsel, who had spent half a lifetime procuring technologies for the transmission of full screen, full frame rate video across a variety of transmission networks, and who during the Iviewit disclosures have been known to state “[I] missed that,” and
        “[I] never thought of that,” and “[This] changes everything,” or words to those effects, were so fearful that Iviewit would partner with other proprietary technologies across the video value chain and wipe the carefully crafted patent pools off the face of the map, therefore, the Iviewit inventions HAD to be buried to preserve those pools.

        That was the first step, with the second step, through the direct and indirect introductions of Iviewit, with executed NDA’s, to some five hundred potential licensees by colleagues of patent counsel, being the proliferation of Iviewit disclosures across a wide array of potential licensees and competitors (have you ever wondered why the free download of Windows Media Encoder defaults to a 320x240 frame size, the first
        essential characteristic of the Iviewit video scaling technology that proceeds to innovate and enhance that frame size?).

        Following along, we arrive at the point in the past when the Iviewit inventions had been buried and that everyone had begun to use it, when past management in the company and new patent counsel may have thought “Hey, okay, great, but now what’s in it for us,” that proceeded to a final step, and in addition to the intentional change of inventors with the
        inclusion of Utley, the corporate shell game that involved multiple, unauthorized, similarly named corporate formations and unauthorized stock swaps and unauthorized asset transfers that resulted in the core patent applications assigned to an entity that may have only one shareholder, the limited liability partnership of the alleged perpetrating patent counsel,
        perhaps, with a view towards resurrecting the backbone technologies at some future point.

        Lastly, does it seem too far fetched when you include house break-ins, death threats, car bombings, and wrongful evictions? I further submit that I had been a victim as well where every file on my former Iviewit machines were changed from the original date of creation to on or about August 25,
        2003, a time in which I was on a business trip in Florida to meet with the Boca Raton Police Department. Still too unbelievable? Then recall the browser wars, particularly the Internet Explorer/Microsoft/Spyglass/University of Illinois at Urbana battle, a situation I was very close to during my tenure at Thomson Multimedia S.A. (in IE click “Help” then “About IE” and read all about it), and you may agree that, as I had many times termed it, “invention stealing is the world’s second oldest profession,” only this time, as Jack Nicholson has termed it, “[They] fucked with the wrong marine.”

        Finally, I wish I could have continued in the Iviewit battles, but
        personal events took an unexpected turn in losing my 38 year old Midwestern gem to breast cancer in December 2003 and left with our then seventeen month old baby boy; I know Eliot will be there for an eternity slugging it out to make it up to Jenni and little Stephen.

         

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          Robert J. Logan, Ph.D., Apr 13th, 2006 @ 8:03pm

          Re: Re: MPEG - Proskauer Stealing Inventions - A f

          If Lamont says it happened that way, rest assured that it happened that way. In addition to being one of the most honorable, keen minded, executives I have had the pleasure of working with, Lamont is a man of integrity to the utmost degree.

           

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        dfafs, Mar 13th, 2008 @ 12:08am

        Re: MPEG - Proskauer Stealing Inventions - A fraud

         

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        candy, Mar 10th, 2009 @ 4:54am

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        GO IVIEWIT

         

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    ?, Jan 20th, 2006 @ 9:44am

    No Subject Given

    "I call it...Smith's Theory of Relativity!"

     

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    P. Stephen Lamont, Jan 25th, 2006 @ 6:33am

    Iviewit Patents Pending

    By way of introduction, I am P. Stephen Lamont, the former CEO of Iviewit Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiaries, affiliates and related parties (collectively “Iviewit”), from 2001 to 2005, with more than a fifteen year track record as a multimedia technology and consumer electronics executive and holder of a J.D. in Intellectual Property Law, an M.B.A in Finance, and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering, and I write in reply to “Mike” and in support of Eliot I. Bernstein, the founder of Iviewit and the principal inventor of the technologies in question; I have been silent since my departure, but in this age of on-line blogs, I can be silent no more.

    Moreover, and while grant it I was not a participant during the alleged burying and purported theft of the technologies, I found myself leading a company in the midst of a cover up of the aforementioned depictions of frauds, deceits, and misrepresentations that run so wide and so deep that it tears at the very fabric of what has become to be know as free commerce in this country, and, in the fact that it pertains to inventors rights, tears at the very fabric of the Constitution of the United States.

    Furthermore, early in my tenure based in New York, rumors began swirling around the company with finger pointing and all from Florida to Los Angeles wherein it catches the jet stream and arrived very soon in New York of alleged breaches of confidentiality pertaining to Iviewit technology, transfers of trade secrets, and, even in certain circumstances, the knowing and willful invention fraud by the outright switching of signature pages of patent filings by early patent counsels. Additionally, during my tenure, I was in possession of an executed patent application pertaining to Iviewit’s core imaging technology with the inventors of Bernstein and Shirajee, when, out of thin air, and just prior to filing, such patent application witnesses the addition of a one Brian G. Utley (“Utley”) as an inventor, and an individual who could not have been farther from the heat of the inventive stage of the imaging technology.

    Still further, and this is where I may depart from Mr. Bernstein and the Iviewit board (this is a democracy after all), I submit that at the first disclosures of the inventions, patent counsel, who had spent half a lifetime procuring technologies for the transmission of full screen, full frame rate video across a variety of transmission networks, and who during the Iviewit disclosures have been known to state “[I] missed that,” and “[I] never thought of that,” and “[This] changes everything,” or words to those effects, were so fearful that Iviewit would partner with other proprietary technologies across the video value chain and wipe the carefully crafted patent pools off the face of the map, therefore, the Iviewit inventions HAD to be buried to preserve those pools.

    That was the first step, with the second step, through the direct and indirect introductions of Iviewit, with executed NDA’s, to some five hundred potential licensees by colleagues of patent counsel, being the proliferation of Iviewit disclosures across a wide array of potential licensees and competitors (have you ever wondered why the free download of Windows Media Encoder defaults to a 320x240 frame size, the first essential characteristic of the Iviewit video scaling technology that proceeds to innovate and enhance that frame size?).

    Following along, we arrive at the point in the past when the Iviewit inventions had been buried and that everyone had begun to use it, when past management in the company and new patent counsel may have thought “Hey, okay, great, but now what’s in it for us,” that proceeded to a final step, and in addition to the intentional change of inventors with the inclusion of Utley, the corporate shell game that involved multiple, unauthorized, similarly named corporate formations and unauthorized stock swaps and unauthorized asset transfers that resulted in the core patent applications assigned to an entity that may have only one shareholder, the limited liability partnership of the alleged perpetrating patent counsel, perhaps, with a view towards resurrecting the backbone technologies at some future point.

    Lastly, does it seem too far fetched when you include house break-ins, death threats, car bombings, and wrongful evictions? I further submit that I had been a victim as well where every file on my former Iviewit machines were changed from the original date of creation to on or about August 25, 2003, a time in which I was on a business trip in Florida to meet with the Boca Raton Police Department. Still too unbelievable? Then recall the browser wars, particularly the Internet Explorer/Microsoft/Spyglass/University of Illinois at Urbana battle, a situation I was very close to during my tenure at Thomson Multimedia S.A. (in IE click “Help” then “About IE” and read all about it), and you may agree that, as I had many times termed it, “invention stealing is the world’s second oldest profession,” only this time, as Jack Nicholson has termed it, “[They] fucked with the wrong marine.”

    Finally, I wish I could have continued in the Iviewit battles, but personal events took an unexpected turn in losing my 38 year old Midwestern gem to breast cancer in December 2003 and left with our then seventeen month old baby boy; I know Eliot will be there for an eternity slugging it out to make it up to Jenni and little Stephen.



     

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    Sarah Holley, Apr 13th, 2006 @ 8:08pm

    I was one fo Mr. Lamont's direct reports while he was President & COO of Digital Factory, Inc. in San Francisco, and I further attest to his honor much in the same way as Dr. Logan does above.

     

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      Mike (profile), Apr 13th, 2006 @ 10:11pm

      Funny how...

      Funny how both Sarah Holley and Robert Logan show up within minutes of each other on a post from four months ago... and how both happen to come from the identical IP address... suggesting they're actually the same person.

      Doesn't do much to help the credibility of either post.

       

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        P. Stephen Lamont, Apr 14th, 2006 @ 6:17pm

        Re: Funny how...

        Did it ever occur to you that Logan and Holley may be a married couple visiting this IP address, with nothing better to do than hang on the Internet on a Spring Break Thursday night...your ridiculous presumptions, in addition to the fact that they indicate you know nothing of U.S. Patent Law, in many worlds, indicate nothing more than "payola"

         

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          Mike (profile), Apr 14th, 2006 @ 6:21pm

          Re: Re: Funny how...

          I'll note, for the record, that this post, from P. Stephen Lamont also comes from the same IP address.

          Are you married to Logan and Holley as well?

          And, excuse me, but did you just accuse me of accepting payment for pointing out the *fact* that both of these people came from the same IP address (as do you)?

           

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            P. Stephen Lamont, Apr 14th, 2006 @ 9:27pm

            Re: Re: Re: Funny how...

            Thank you for your repetitiveness, when I just notified readers that Logan and Holley were my visitors and we all used the same machine (to wit, IP address); perhaps it is YOU that has nothing better to do on Spring Break thann to clutter up this blog to the detriment of it's true message: ABUSE of the U.S. patent system, inner workings of which you have no idea.

             

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            Eliot Bernstein, Apr 16th, 2006 @ 10:42pm

            Re: Re: Re: Funny how...

            Mike ~ In the interest of finding out the truth of the two authors statements, simply ask Lamont to have the authors of their statements attest to them. This is not as difficult as all that mindless IP tracking you are doing. In fact, many people use corporate mail servers, whereby everyone would have the same IP.

            Technically speaking you can never assess the situation properly, yet journalistically you simply need to assess the source and confirm.

             

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    Eliot Bernstein, Apr 16th, 2006 @ 10:38pm

    Iviewit Patent Theft

    Iviewit Technologies, Inc. Alleges Invention Patent Theft By MPEGLA And Proskauer Rose LLP, As Reported By Sachin Garg On January 18, 2006 In The Data Compression News Blog USA
    In an article written by Sachin Garg dated January 18, 2006 in the by Data Compression News Blog USA - "Eliot Bernstein of Iviewit technologies alleges that MPEGLA's primary patent reviewer Kenneth Rubenstein and law firm Proskauer Rose LLP, along with others, stole inventions and patented them in their own names."

    RED BLUFF, Calif. (EWORLDWIRE) April 11, 2006 - In an article written by Sachin Garg dated January 18, 2006 in the by Data Compression News Blog USA-

    [GARG] "Eliot Bernstein of Iviewit technologies alleges that MPEGLA's primary patent reviewer Kenneth Rubenstein and Proskauer, along with some others, stole inventions and patented them in their own names. Bernstein says that he is an inventor and that his inventions were stolen by the MPEG licensor MPEGLA, and that Iviewit has gone to court for this. He says that the primary patent reviewer for MPEG, Kenneth Rubenstein, who works for law firm Proskauer Rose LLP, along with Proskauer were patent counsel for the Iviewit inventors while they were controlling MPEG and acting as its counsel, they then stole the Iviewit technologies from the inventors they represented. MPEG contains IP from lots of patents, held by many peoples/companies. MPEGLA is an organization which collaborates with all those who have pooled their IP into MPEG and lets users license all those patents from a single source."

    [QUOTING BERNSTEIN]Rubenstein?s former partner Raymond Anthony Joao now has applied for ninety patents in his own name. Yes, the patent attorney has patented the inventions in his own name; it should not even be possible. Many stolen directly from the inventions he and Rubenstein were supposed to patent for Iviewit.

    [GARG CONTINUES] He further blamed them and few employees from IBM to have worked together in unison to steal other inventions from Iviewit, another Florida company, Diamond Turf Equipment and other small inventors."

    [QUOTING BERNSTEIN] This is truly the greatest patent story ever told and as American citizens we must, must, prevent this type of legal crime, committed by attorneys, to protect the Constitution.

    [GARG CONTINUES] If all this is true, I have to admit it will be one the big patent stories around."

    More information at http://www.iviewit.tv and http://patentgate.blogspot.com

     

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    Baudoin de La Tour, May 20th, 2006 @ 3:54am

    Iviewit Patents Pending

    I agree with the assessment of Stephen Lamont, and therefore Eliot Bernstein, and have known Lamont for more than 10 years; I have never had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Bernstein. For the sake of expedience and to unclutter this blog despite the efforts of some, I submit that I am at the same, or at least a similar, IP adress as Mr. Lamont

     

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    Baudoin de La Tour, May 20th, 2006 @ 3:59am

    Iviewit Patents Pending

    I may add that the story is getting around the places and individuals who have been long time supporters of Lamont, and you may look forward to more comments on this post shortly.

     

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    Baudoin de La Tour, May 20th, 2006 @ 4:52am

    Iviewit Patents Pending

    ...and comments from San Francisco to Paris.

     

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    P. Stephen Lamont, Oct 2nd, 2006 @ 12:32am

    Reassuming Post of Chief Executive Officer (Acting

    After a much needed sabbatical stemming from the personal tragedy of losing a new wife to breast cancer, and effective October 1, I am reassuming the post of Chief Executive Officer (Acting) of Iviewit Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiaries, affiliates, and related parties (collectively, “Iviewit”). Moreover, notice should be taken by all including, but not limited to, perpetrating past patent counsel, perpetrating past corporate counsel, cover-up participants, those who have breached Confidentiality Agreements, past perpetrating Iviewit management, those parties presently infringing on Iviewit’s proprietary patent claims, and any and all “payola” recipients that I am on a mission from G-d to make amends for the many knowing and willful wrongs that have befallen Iviewit and its shareholders, and will lead Iviewit’s charge to kingdom come, if necessary, to bring the aforementioned parties to their knees, and taking only those prisoners who wish to absolve their conscious(es), take lighter prison sentences, and keep, at least, some of their personal assets. Lastly, those would be prisoners may reach me 24/7 at (530) 526-5750.

     

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    Anonymous Coward, Jan 23rd, 2008 @ 3:48pm

    YOU SUCK

     

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    Eliot Bernstein, Mar 7th, 2009 @ 6:47am

    Proskauer in TRILLION DOLLAR FEDERAL LAWSUIT

    Proskauer is now in a TRILLION dollar federal lawsuit related to a WhistleBlower Case in NY.

     

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    Jude Dude, Mar 30th, 2009 @ 4:24pm

    GO ELIOT!

    GO IVIEWIT! GO ELIOT!

     

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