To purposfully select the words "the last lawsuit" you must think we are defendant in a second lawsuit. You are grossly incorrect. We are currently the initiators of an arbitration accusing "someone" of wrong doing. Arbitration is not a lawsuit and we are not defendant.
Stumble on that one aloud before you respond.
which law suit is that? Do you mean the private arbitration? Hardly a lawsuit and we initiated it. I thought you were a normal poster with your own ideas....are you not?
You sound so sure of yourself ...probably..I suspect....this message board is a place for a bunch of shut-ins to post their late night thoughts. I'm a little guilty of that so I PROBABLY SUSPECT that it's common. Your late night thoughts though, you and I know you're rambling about something you don't know anything about.
If anyone has a question or concern about this company I want everyone to just come out and ask and not be so egotistical about it. I want to get back to information sharing. This junk going on here now is more like when tweens have their own laptop for the first time.
Lets get back on track and share information and have some fun talking about how our #$%$ investment might turn out.
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I wish I can post the link here. But Google United States arbitration and mediation website.
It clearly states that this is a private affair and that it is not a matter of public record
The final agreement you will hear. Thats your material event You will learn nothing of any of the information that formulates the agreement. There maybe facts about our accusations against the CRO But you're not gonna hear Any dirty little secrets for or against that will greatly Effect credibility this is a private matter, final agreement will be public but the actual arbitration is private.
What do you think can be learned through this process? What type of information will become available? Are the documents That are produced during arbitration considered public information?
I do not believe they are. I believe all the juicy facts of interest are private during arbitration
Cheaper and quicker...why else? Arbitration can leave everything private too. This will be a private matter behind closed doors. That is a benefit of it. We can agree to keep everything private at the start of the meetings. You'll hear the outcome in about a year. You're not going to get any public details.
this is from the med.navy.mil
How does the Federal investigator benefit from CRADAs?
Scientists who develop marketable technology under a CRADA may receive licensing royalties of up to $150,000 per person per year (subject to the royalty stream generated under the license). (Ref. Executive Order 12591 (1987); National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act of 1995 (P.L. 104-113))
I made a mistake about the him being the CO.
John D. Malone, MD, MPH
Head CID NMCSD/ Research Program Manager NMW CAPT, MC, USN (Ret) Fellow: Infectious Disease Society of America American College of Physicians American College of Physician Executives Professor of Medicine, Uniformed Services University
You know...as an argumentative writer...or at least your attempt to be one...you do a good job with jovial word play but you never put any effort into the writing process. You have to say something factual, and easily proven.
If you really want your opinion to be known, you'd put some more effort into building a persuasive argument. You just blurt #$%$ out...i dont get it. Isn't this part of your job? You need a writing clinic stock dude.
I think it's gonna go something like with bush...in a history book in 50 years he is going to be the man from the family who liberated the middle east. Geert is messing up OUR chances of making any money, but he's progressing along through a very complicated and expensive process. He's doing it with the least amount of support necessary. One day this trial is going to be over. It's not easy to separate the accomplishments of the company from the stock performance. When I do...i feel somewhat better....big pharma and FDA, is a powerful arena in the world. Reading the CRADA handbook reminded me how real the process is. Very regulated and very precise.
I believe it will be this very precision that is going to make us happy with geert in the long ...long....run. again...price before submission of nda is irrelevant. When we have a product, people (actual investors) not swing traders are going to see that geert did it. they're not going to see the reverse split for the hardship it caused me or you...they're going to see its done and their structure is in order.
Retail investors never matter at this point ...microcap stock? no rev? how could they..what are retail investors worth at this point...I mean...they're responsible for the ridiculous price swings.
There are a ton of labs that don't get a chance to play this game...and a game is what it is...
I have to give the company credit for always finding an angle to progress scientifically.
I need to look at the history of human trials again...im pretty sure this is our first phase 1 on humans. Those similar small scale studies in the past....hiv malaria, hpv...ect....all mice....these are humans being treated with the same drug that is in our phase 3! we will see a publication about this new phase 1 before the phase 3 is complete.
This is a huge sign for cel sci's confidance. I think we've got a drug...I just hope geerts scrappy strong willed nature will prevail.
im not sure of the purpose of your post yankee....did you feel compelled to respond to my post? You'll have to clarify yourself. Why did you respond so late and so quickly as if you're on duty.
It states the commanding officer must authorize the trial. The investigating doctor also happens to be the commanding officer.
Recommend everyone skim through the crad a handbook on the.mil website. There's some valuable procedural information regarding timeline submission funding ect.
For Cel sci To even make it through the application process they have to execute a high degree of expectations. government paperwork is the worst and military paperwork is very structured. It requires a good liaison and a certain type of leadership to get through it without hangups
The more read about it the Navy deal is excellent for us. This will be I believe our first phase 1 on human subjects To come out of all those old publications Cel sci has. We've had lots of nmice. But not humans.
Too bad my stock needs 5 bucks to make any money That's the good position.
That offering is being trickled back into the market. It only takes a few weeks to dump those shares. The people who bought then have the control with this tiny microcap. They can invest and dump and short. Over and over and over.
Did money actually trade hands? I have no proof for that. Discounted services doesn't exactly mean that the CRO is paying money.....I would say it makes for sense for the CRO to discount the services as much as possible while still turning a profit. Ergomed isnt giving up any cash. They gave a discount to CVM. You guys sound like a bunch people whove been stuck here and havent given up yet.
My shares are worthless...wooohooo 8 bucks. break even.
we trade and keep it alive for geert to give some free shares to his friends. They trade those shares in a few weeks .....and it done. Back to 8 cents SO much for making money ...
i mean....the good news is that there are enough shares to dilute us to approval....but will the bear raiders take us down.......and prevent that from happening.
boy we are in T rouble.